Weight Loss

Weight gain is one of the most common symptoms of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS). The main cause of weight gain with PCOS is insulin resistance. If you have PCOS, your body finds it difficult to use insulin, the hormone that helps convert sugars from food into energy. This leads to an increase of sugar in the bloodstream, and eventually weight gain. Weight gain is a serious health risk as it can lead to health complications like type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, etc.
Losing weight is a very important element of recovering from PCOS. Weight loss helps in bringing periods back to normal, improves insulin sensitivity, and also reduces the risk of future health complications. The right diet, exercises, and lifestyle changes are the key to winning the battle against weight gain in PCOS.

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