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Food Journal for PCOS

food journal for PCOS

Keeping a food journal for PCOS is one of the most important things you can do. It can help determine what kind of plan works best for you as well as create more awareness of the areas you need to work on. There is no one size fits all diet for PCOS. We all have…

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44 Tips for Losing Weight with PCOS

Lose weight with PCOS

If you are struggling to lose weight or have had gained weight for no apparent reason, you aren’t alone. This is the most common complaint I hear from my patients with PCOS. It can be so frustrating to try diet after diet, along with exercise, and get minimal results while you see others around you…

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What to do After a Food Binge

You vowed to order stay away from your husbands Ben & Jerry’s ice cream but you couldn’t stop thinking about it after he went to bed. One teaspoon led to devouring the whole pint. Or maybe you spent the weekend  away with aliceclaar@gmail.comfriends and ended up overindulging BIG time. After it happens,  you’re upset with…

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Why Is It So Hard To Lose Weight With PCOS?

why is it so hard to lose weight with PCOS

If you have PCOS and are having difficultly losing weight, you aren’t alone! This is the most common complaint I hear from my patients with PCOS.  It can be so frustrating to try diet after diet, along with exercise, and get minimal results while you see others around you losing weight on the same program.…

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Do You Keep Looking in the Refrigerator?

Do you find yourself frequently getting up to look in the refrigerator or kitchen cabinets … even though you know you keep minimal food in your apartment? Not only are these  kitchen visits distracting, but they can also promote weight gain. I find myself doing this when I’m home, especially when I’m working on the computer. I know I…

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Why Excess Food and Drink Won’t Make it Better

Unexpressed emotional needs are like a stream that gets blocked by fallen branches forming a dam. Eventually the water behind the dam finds its way over or around the blockage and the stream continues on. The same holds true for unexpressed emotions. When you don’t acknowledge what you need, either to yourself or to another…

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