Frequently Asked PCOS Questions

PCOS is a common endocrine disorder affecting many women of reproductive age. I have compiled a bunch of questions and answers about PCOS that I frequently get asked to help you.

Inositol and PCOS- Why Ovasitol?

Ovasitol is a 100% pure inositol powder and is a combination of Myo-Inositol and D-Chiro Inositol. Studies show taking a combination of both is more beneficial for women with PCOS.

Do You Need Supplements?

Do you need supplements if you eat a healthy and nutritious diet? Scientific evidence is now indicating the need for supplementation for a healthy diet.

The Truth About PCOS

Contradictory to what is believed, PCOS is not one condition, it is instead a set of symptoms.The truth about PCOS is that there are actually 4 types! If you know what type of PCOS you have you are more able to find the suitable treatment.

The Benefits of Inositol for PCOS

Inositol is a naturally occurring compound found in most foods, but the highest levels are found in whole grains and citrus fruits. Find out here the benefits of inositol for PCOS.

What Causes Acne and How to Treat it

The Western-style diet (high sugar and calories) is the common culprit for why people have acne. It is believed that acne is genetic and there is a link between genes and having acne skin. However, changing your diet can help treat acne. Check out this post to find out what you can do to help treat your acne!

What Causes a Hormone Imbalance?

PCOS is a common hormonal disorder among women of reproductive age and hormonal balance is vital to a healthy mind and body, but you may be wondering what causes a hormone imbalance?

The Benefits of Vitamin E for PCOS and Fertility

Research has identified Vitamin E as a supplement that can improve fertility. Here’s what you need to know.

Marvelous Magnesium

What is Magnesium? Why do we need it? Find out all you need to know about magnesium, from the benefits, signs of deficiency to how to avoid reducing your levels of magnesium here!

The Extraordinary Vitamin B6

B6 is needed for normal brain development and function. It facilitates in the regulation of hormonal activity by helping the body make the hormones serotonin and norepinephrine, which influence mood, and melatonin. Find out here why Vitamin B6 is so important!

Are you Vitamin B12 deficient?

Vitamin B12 has many roles in the body. Being deficient in B12 can cause a whole host of health problems. Find out what causes a vitamin B12 deficiency, the symptoms and how to supplement for this deficiency.