Insulin Resistance Savings Bundle
We’ve combined the three most effective insulin resistance supplements into one easy to use savings bundle.
- Improves insulin resistance
- Lowers androgens
- Aids in weight loss
- Boosts fertility
- Increases energy levels
70% of women with PCOS will have a varying degree of insulin resistance, but what does this actually mean? It means that insulin resistance is at the core of your PCOS - driving your symptoms. For these women, products that have been tried and true to help reduce insulin resistance are by far the most beneficial to take. I've combined the three most effective products into one easy to use savings bundle.
The world's first PCOS specific daily multivitamin. This once-a-day supplement provides you with all of the essential vitamins and minerals your body needs to manage the hormonal imbalances that PCOS creates and better achieve hormonal balance. Balance combines all of the most well-researched and evidence-backed ingredients, in PCOS specific dosages, all in one, easy to take supplement.
Made from 100% pure inositol powder, just 1 serving a day. It works by improving your insulin sensitivity, thus fighting insulin resistance which is the cause of a large range of symptoms, giving you back control of your body. This is incredibly powerful as we know that insulin resistance is the main driver causing your ovaries to overproduce testosterone, leading to irregular or absent periods, infertility, acne, hair growth, and weight gain.
A powerful antioxidant that can offer help to women who have PCOS or insulin resistance. N-acetyl cysteine comes from the amino acid L-cysteine. It is also needed for the production of glutathione, one of the body’s most potent antioxidants.
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99.9% pure inositol
100% pure n-acetylcysteine
Efficacy of myo-inositol to improve insulin sensitivity in women with PCOS
Taken from Gynecological Endocrinology -- we investigated the efficacy on insulin sensitivity and hormonal parameters of 8 weeks treatment with myo-inositol at the dosage of 2g per day in a group of obese PCOS patients. After the treatment interval, body mass index (BMI) and insulin resistance decreased together with luteinizing hormone (LH), LH/FSH and insulin
Evaluating the effect of N-acetyl-cysteine (NAC) on insulin resistance in PCOS
Taken from Fertility and sterility -- In a prospective study, 37 female volunteers were assessed based on hormonal and lipid blood profile & insulin sensivitiy after NAC treatment. Patients were treated for 5–6 weeks with NAC at a dose of 1.8 g/day orally. After NAC administration, insulin sensitivity increased, and testosterone & free androgen levels decreased. In summary, NAC may be a new treatment for the improvement of insulin circulating levels and insulin sensitivity in hyperinsulinemic patients with PCOS.
The effect of magnesium supplementation on metabolic profiles and levels of hormones thus clinical symptoms in PCOS.
Taken from Biological trace element research -- In a parallel randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trial 60 women with PCOS aged 20–45 years were recruited. Participants were randomly assigned to consume magnesium supplements (containing 250 mg magnesium oxide) or placebo for 8 weeks. After the 8 weeks of magnesium supplementation among women with PCOS the following was found:
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