Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and polycystic ovarian disease (PCOD) are two of the most common hormonal disorders in women.
Millions of women suffer from PCOS or PCOD. It can be a frustrating condition to experience. And there is no one-size-fits-all solution to reversing these conditions.
Hormone resetting is the key to reversing PCOS and PCOD. By resetting your hormones you can restore balance to your body and improve your overall health and well-being.
Are you struggling with PCOS or PCOD?
Do you feel like you’ve tried everything and nothing has worked?
If you’re ready to take control of your health and reverse PCOS or PCOD, then hormone resetting is the answer you’ve been looking for.
As a sufferer of thyroid issues and Ankylosing Spondylitis for several years, I know what it feels like when you want to be healthy again. But all you get are prescription medication and no thought towards the cause of your problems or lifestyle changes.
I’m here to change that.
After 8 years of intense personal research, analysis, and trial and error on my own, here’s what happened:
- I dropped 30 kilograms in a matter of months. I didn’t “lose weight”, I permanently released it
- My thyroid medication was stopped, and I’m in good health.
- Discovering this new energy and vitality has given me a boost. And I feel better than I have in years.
And what’s more? I’ve helped dozens of women around the world to get the same outcomes.
As you keep reading, you’ll come across stories by real women just like you.
Having PCOD and PCOS is not a lifetime sentence. In fact, work with me and you’ll see changes in just 87 days!
What is PCOD?
PCOD is a condition in which the ovaries produce high levels of androgens, or male hormones. The ovaries develop follicles and it leads to them not releasing eggs.
This can cause problems with ovulation, which can lead to infertility, irregular periods, and other symptoms.
It’s a common cause of fertility problems in women. It is also a leading cause of endometrial cancer.
What is PCOS – Polycystic Ovary Syndrome?
PCOS refers to the polycystic ovarian syndrome.
It is a term that often gets used interchangeably with PCOD.
What causes PCOD and PCOS and why it matters
The cause of PCOD and PCOS is still unknown, but there are a few theories.
One theory suggests that PCOD and PCOS are caused by insulin resistance. Insulin is a hormone that helps the body to use glucose for energy. If you are insulin resistant, your body does not use insulin effectively, which can lead to high levels of glucose in the blood.
High levels of glucose can cause the ovaries to produce too much testosterone. This can lead to the development of PCOD or PCOS.
Another theory suggests that PCOD and PCOS are genetic disorders. This means that if your mother or sister has PCOD or PCOS, you are more likely to develop the condition.
There is no single cause of PCOD or PCOS, but there are a few risk factors that can increase your chance of developing the condition.
Risk factors for PCOD and PCOS
- family history of PCOD or PCOS
- high insulin levels
- low levels of sex hormone-binding globulin (SHBG)
- high levels of androgens
How to manage and reverse PCOD and PCOS
It’s believed that there’s no cure for PCOD or PCOS, but there are ways to manage the symptoms and reduce the risk of complications.
Making lifestyle changes is the first step in managing PCOD and PCOS. These changes can help to improve your symptoms and reduce your risk of complications.
If you are overweight or obese, losing weight can help to improve your symptoms and reduce your risk of complications.
eating a healthy diet
A healthy diet is important for managing PCOD and PCOS. Eating a balanced diet can help to improve your symptoms and reduce your risk of complications.
Exercise can help to improve your symptoms and reduce your risk of complications.
Limiting your intake of processed foods, sugary foods, and unhealthy items can help.
Stress can worsen the symptoms of PCOD and PCOS. Reducing stress can help to improve your symptoms and reduce your risk of complications.
Managing insulin resistance and levels
If you have PCOD or PCOS, you may be insulin resistant. This means that your body does not use insulin effectively, which can lead to high levels of glucose in the blood.
While it’s not clear exactly what causes PCOD and PCOS or how to treat it, there’s a strong change that you can improve your condition by bringing your hormones back into balance
87 Days to Health and Hormonal Rebalance
So far, we’ve looked at what PCOS and PCOD are, what causes them, and how to manage it.
Now let’s look at a new way to address hormonal issues including how to treat PCOS or PCOD.
After years of research and study, personal application, and working with clients, I have a way to create better health and even reverse your condition in just 87 days.
Here’s a look at a few ways I have helped my clients:
- Read Sonali’s story and how she released 8 kgs in 87 days and brought her menstrual cycle back into order
- Hema let go of 14 kgs and got control over her diabetes – regulating her sugar levels
- Divya released 12 kgs in 87 days and brought her thyroid level down from 9.6 to 1.8!
There are several such stories of success after women (and men) bring their hormone levels back in balance.
First of all – there’s no ‘diet’ involved in how I help people.
Instead, I aim to bring you back to what’s natural to your biology and background by focusing on your staple food.
I also encourage you to eat a LOT of food – no calorie counting or restrictions here!
Second, I focus on the timing of your meals which is as important as what you’re eating.
And finally, I help you overcome energetic blocks in your mind and body. And this is key to making a permanent change inside out.
Reset your hormones, overcome your PCOD -PCOS issues and live your best life
If you’re one of the millions of people who suffer from PCOD or PCOS, there is hope.
With the right information and tools, you can manage your condition and even reverse its effects.
My book, “Hormone Reset : Your ‘one-stop-guide’ to heal your inner-self and drop up to 15kgs in 87 Days” is one place to start.
But you’ll get the best outcomes from working with me directly.
Join my programs:
- 10 Days Hormones Detox Program
- 87 Days Hormone Accelerator Program
But book a call with me first to learn more about how I can help you.