We've been posting about PCOS in support of PCOS Awareness Month and I wanted to share with you an article written by an MD. The article does a good job of describing our hormones and what they do when we ovulate versus when we don't ovulate. And you should know by now that one of the primary characteristics of PCOS is anovulation. The doctor who wrote this article believes that PCOS is actually caused by toxic chemicals in our environment as well as lifestyle (stress, lack of exercise, dietary habits). The number one contributor to symptoms, however, is our diet.
Take a look at the article and let us know how you feel, what you learned, and if you have questions about it.