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***LIMITED TIME PROMOTIONAL PRICE*** You can regain control of your health. You will find relief from your PCOS symptoms. You are not alone. If you’re living with PCOS, chances are that you’re all too familiar with its symptoms. But when it comes to treating them, it’s not always clear what actually works.A study released by the US National Library of Medicine indicate ***LIMITED TIME PROMOTIONAL PRICE*** You can regain control of your health. You will find relief from your PCOS symptoms. You are not alone. If you’re living with PCOS, chances are that you’re all too familiar with its symptoms. But when it comes to treating them, it’s not always clear what actually works.A study released by the US National Library of Medicine indicates that at least 50% of women with PCOS are insulin resistant. And following an insulin resistance diet is now the #1 method for treating PCOS—naturally and effectively. No one knows this better than co-authors of The Insulin Resistance Diet for PCOS, Tara Spencer and Jennifer Koslo.As a nutritionist and fellow PCOS thriver, Tara has gained control over her PCOS through an insulin resistant diet and now helps others do the same. As a registered dietician nutritionist of sixteen years, Jennifer has helped numerous women manage their PCOS through critical lifestyle changes and the use of an insulin resistance diet.In The Insulin Resistance Diet for PCOS, Tara and Jennifer deliver the simplest, most up-to-date resource for women who are ready to begin reversing the chronic, debilitating effects caused by PCOS through an insulin resistance diet. Get the facts with clear, easy-to-understand information about insulin resistance, how it affects women with PCOS, and how an insulin resistance diet can help. Know what to eat with a practical meal plan and easy recipes specifically designed to help you overcome insulin resistance and manage the impact of PCOS on women's bodies. Enjoy affordable, tailored recipes customized to your unique PCOS concerns, including three distinct labels for "Lower Calorie," "Inflammation Fighter," and "Fertility Boost." With The Insulin Resistance Diet for PCOS, relief from your PCOS symptoms is within your reach.


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***LIMITED TIME PROMOTIONAL PRICE*** You can regain control of your health. You will find relief from your PCOS symptoms. You are not alone. If you’re living with PCOS, chances are that you’re all too familiar with its symptoms. But when it comes to treating them, it’s not always clear what actually works.A study released by the US National Library of Medicine indicate ***LIMITED TIME PROMOTIONAL PRICE*** You can regain control of your health. You will find relief from your PCOS symptoms. You are not alone. If you’re living with PCOS, chances are that you’re all too familiar with its symptoms. But when it comes to treating them, it’s not always clear what actually works.A study released by the US National Library of Medicine indicates that at least 50% of women with PCOS are insulin resistant. And following an insulin resistance diet is now the #1 method for treating PCOS—naturally and effectively. No one knows this better than co-authors of The Insulin Resistance Diet for PCOS, Tara Spencer and Jennifer Koslo.As a nutritionist and fellow PCOS thriver, Tara has gained control over her PCOS through an insulin resistant diet and now helps others do the same. As a registered dietician nutritionist of sixteen years, Jennifer has helped numerous women manage their PCOS through critical lifestyle changes and the use of an insulin resistance diet.In The Insulin Resistance Diet for PCOS, Tara and Jennifer deliver the simplest, most up-to-date resource for women who are ready to begin reversing the chronic, debilitating effects caused by PCOS through an insulin resistance diet. Get the facts with clear, easy-to-understand information about insulin resistance, how it affects women with PCOS, and how an insulin resistance diet can help. Know what to eat with a practical meal plan and easy recipes specifically designed to help you overcome insulin resistance and manage the impact of PCOS on women's bodies. Enjoy affordable, tailored recipes customized to your unique PCOS concerns, including three distinct labels for "Lower Calorie," "Inflammation Fighter," and "Fertility Boost." With The Insulin Resistance Diet for PCOS, relief from your PCOS symptoms is within your reach.

30 review for The Insulin Resistance Diet for PCOS: A 4-Week Meal Plan and Cookbook to Lose Weight, Boost Fertility, and Fight Inflammation

  1. 5 out of 5

    Koko Lewis

    This book has a good amount of information, some may be redundant but it’s all about application. I like the tidbits and organization of the book. I can’t wait to apply, as the book says each recipe has about 15 minutes prep time. None of the recipes seems too complicated. Though I have not been formally diagnosed, in fact told I don’t have PCOS, I suffer with some of the symptoms, therefore, following an insulin resistant PCOS diets seems like it would benefit me. It’s interesting to read about This book has a good amount of information, some may be redundant but it’s all about application. I like the tidbits and organization of the book. I can’t wait to apply, as the book says each recipe has about 15 minutes prep time. None of the recipes seems too complicated. Though I have not been formally diagnosed, in fact told I don’t have PCOS, I suffer with some of the symptoms, therefore, following an insulin resistant PCOS diets seems like it would benefit me. It’s interesting to read about other women having similar experiences as me since it is such a private condition. I will be starting on my journey soon, but so far based off what I read it is the best $1.99 I have spent in a while. P.S. There is a vegetarian/vegan section of recipes in this book that is dope since most books like this are filled with meat recipes that I have to veganize.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Leah

    Alright Good information but the recipes are a bit ridiculous. Where the hell do you get coconut flour? No one has time for that.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Katie

    I purchased this book and read it before donating it to my local library. I recently checked it out again to re-read, as I am taking my diagnosis more seriously. There’s a lot of high-level information for folks who are not familiar with PCOS. The majority of the book is recipes, so I appreciate that. Most of the recipes however, I would never make. I made note of eight recipes in my app (Paprika) That I may wants to make in the future. The book would have been helped with more pictures of food. I I purchased this book and read it before donating it to my local library. I recently checked it out again to re-read, as I am taking my diagnosis more seriously. There’s a lot of high-level information for folks who are not familiar with PCOS. The majority of the book is recipes, so I appreciate that. Most of the recipes however, I would never make. I made note of eight recipes in my app (Paprika) That I may wants to make in the future. The book would have been helped with more pictures of food. If you buy cookbooks you know seeing the pictures really helps you to find interest in the recipes. All in all, this is worth checking out from your library if you have PCOS and don’t have much knowledge of the disease. Not worth purchasing with your own money.

  4. 4 out of 5

    April

    I really liked this cookbook. A lot of the basic PCOS info was summarized and would be good for someone who was just diagnosed or didn't know much about it. There was a lot of variety and many of the recipes actually sounded good (to someone who is still trying to cut out dairy, soy, and gluten) and they weren't too complicated. I DO wish there were more photos though. I find photos to be a big motivator to actually make the food and this particular book didn't have very many photos. I really liked this cookbook. A lot of the basic PCOS info was summarized and would be good for someone who was just diagnosed or didn't know much about it. There was a lot of variety and many of the recipes actually sounded good (to someone who is still trying to cut out dairy, soy, and gluten) and they weren't too complicated. I DO wish there were more photos though. I find photos to be a big motivator to actually make the food and this particular book didn't have very many photos.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Carissa

    Excellent Info Excellent info and really looking forward to trying some of these yummy recipes!! Explained more than any of my doctors ever could.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Dedrah Tullison

    Pcos Really helpful links and the personal story of the author really helped me feel like I wasn't alone in this diagnosis. Pcos Really helpful links and the personal story of the author really helped me feel like I wasn't alone in this diagnosis.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie

    Would have liked more pictures of the recipes, but the idea is worth a try.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Marlo A Dullum

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    Jokoli

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