encouragement - living simply with pcos

Living Simply with PCOS

It’s easy to complicate things with PCOS. It’s easy to get overwhelmed by all of the conflicting information out there and get over loaded by the sheer volume of information. It’s time to strip it back to the bare essentials. Here’s how to live simply with PCOS.

symptoms - managing facial hair with pcos

Managing Facial Hair with PCOS

Facial hair can be one of the most frustrating symptoms that really impacts on our self esteem. It is something that comes up time and time again in my Facebook groups and on the Facebook page. So, I’ve done the research and have some suggestions of things that we can do to manage our facial hair.

diet tips - why pcos makes you hungry

Why PCOS makes you hungry

It’s not uncommon for women with PCOS to feel hungry all the time, even after they have just finished a meal. And there is a reason for that. PCOS wreaks havoc on our metabolism and hunger hormones, making us feel hungrier than other women. This also makes weight loss more difficult. There are some things you can do about it, though…

encouragement - the one thing you can do for your pcos

The ONE thing you can do for your PCOS

There are so many different things that we could be doing for our PCOS. We could always be trying something new. The thing is, it’s easy to get overwhelmed, to get decision fatigue and we could land up doing nothing, staying just where we are in our PCOS. It might be helpful to focus on just one thing for your PCOS today.

pcos symptoms - pcos and hypothyroidism

PCOS and Hypothyroidism

PCOS and Hypothyroidism are often closely linked and many women with PCOS also struggle with their thyroid. It’s important to manage your thyroid health because it will be very difficult to see improvements in your PCOS symptoms if your thyroid is out-of-kilter. Find out more about thyroid health and PCOS.

supplements - magnesium for pcos

Magnesium for PCOS

There are a range of different supplements available for women with PCOS. I don’t recommend them all – only those that have good evidence behind them. Magnesium is one of them. Magnesium deficiency is common in our culture and can have a huge effect on our hormones.