QUIZ: Which Type Of PCOS Do You Have?
INSULIN RESISTANT PCOS
Here’s What This Means For You:
What's Next For You?
To Properly Treat your Insulin Resistant PCOS, Choose The
Method Below That You are Most Comfortable Starting With
Supplementation, if done correctly, can be one of the best ways to treat insulin resistance. And because it’s the underlying driver of your PCOS, you’ll also be treating your common PCOS symptoms like weight gain, low energy, and infertility. But before you start, it’s important you understand
A fundamental principle to losing weight with PCOS is achieving hormonal balance. But that’s what makes it so hard - PCOS is a whirlwind of hormonal imbalances. And driving these imbalances is insulin resistance. The right diet & exercises, once added to your lifestyle, can begin to reverse your insulin resistance, thus, improve your chances at losing weight with PCOS.
As expected, combining all of the main treatment methods will yield the best results for treating your insulin resistance and improving your PCOS symptoms. But the first step is to understand which foods, exercises, and supplements you should be focusing on.