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Symptoms of PCOS

Symptoms of PCOS Brought to U....     and My memories Symptoms of PCOS Posted in 2015 Some Symptoms of PCOS Marked, usually rapid weight gain, often without a change in food intake Excess facial and body hair Thinning scalp hair or hair loss Severe acne, often cystic acne with pimples that become like boils Irregular menstrual cycles, or no menses Difficulty getting pregnant, or frequent miscarriages Mood problems, such as anxiety, agitation, depression, and mood swings that are commonly triggered by excess male hormones like DHEA Insomnia, with very restless sleep and/or difficulty falling asleep What Causes PCOS? No one is certain what causes PCOS, but there are many proposed explanations, and we will likely find multiple cause that produce the same metabolic syndrome disruption of normal hormonal production. Genetic factors Environmental factors, such as exposure to pesticides and other endocrine-disrupting chemical

Avoid high glyceemic index foods

Avoid high glyceemic index foods Brought to U....     and My memories Avoid high glyceemic index foods Posted in 2014 We get energy with Glucose..  What ever the food we take will be converted to Glucose which form our body uses to get energy.  Some foods immediately converted into glucose which consumes more insulin...  We should avoid these foods.  These are called High glyceemic index foods. If you want to increase your fertility, avoid foods that make your blood sugar spike, especially if you're not pairing them with foods that slow down that rise. "Blood sugar spikes can cause inflammation, alter our hormones, and impede ovulation," says Tolbert. Try to choose slow burning carbs , like whole-wheat bread and pasta and brown rice over refined ones when possible, and combine them with protein, fiber, and healthy fats. My advise 1...  What ever we eat will be converted into glucose. 2..   Our bod

Mercury can damage nervous system

Mercury can damage nervous system Brought to U....     and My memories Mercury can damage nervous system Posted in 2014 Mercury can damage the nervous system, which means that consuming mercury rich seafood  like swordfish and bigeye tuna while pregnant could directly harm the fetus, says registered dietitian Kendra Tolbert. (The FDA recently updated its guidelines about safe and unsafe choices ) Eating high-mercury fish before you're pregnant could build up stores of mercury in your body, which could also affect the development of the baby's nervous system. "The fetal nervous system is being formed before most woman even know they are pregnant," explains registered dietitian Suzanne Fisher. Mercury may also decrease fertility My advise 1...  Most of fish varieties contain Mercury which damage nervous system 2...  Avoid these foods before you conceive. 3...  Birth defects like nervous debility is one o

Avoid artificial ingredients, synthetic hormones to get pregnant

Avoid artificial ingredients, synthetic hormones to get pregnant Brought to U....     and My memories Avoid artificial ingredients, synthetic hormones to get pregnant Posted in 2014 A recent  study  in the  Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics  found that many women aren't eating as well as they should be when they're expecting a baby. (Eating right isn't easy, guys.) But if pregnant women are not nailing their diets once they're  already  pregnant, odds are their diets during the trying-to-conceive time aren't exactly full of greens and lean proteins either. So we wanted to know: What exactly constitutes a healthy diet when you're trying to conceive? Part of it is eating enough fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and other foods that are good for you, of course. Another is avoiding artificial ingredients, synthetic hormones, and potential contaminants that could make conception less like