Poly Cystic Ovary Disease (PCOS)

Eating right puts the breaks on PCOS

Eating right can restore health

Eating right can restore health

I have started the eating right diet website because I know that this is a great way to empower people to help themselves. In my years of working with patients in a holistic medicine practice with applied kinesiology and chiropractic (click here to see more), I have found that the easiest way for someone to take control of their health is with the food they eat.

I believe that we are by default extremely healthy creatures but the food that we eat, environment that we live in and the mental programming that we get from society is what causes health issues and disease.

I just read a great article about how using a “Paleolithic Diet”, which is what the eating right diet is, can help women suffering with Poly Cystic Ovary Disease (PCOS). Click here to see the article on Paleo Digest.

What is PCOS?

This is a condition that exists because there is a hormonal imbalance involving the ovaries. There are many symptoms that this can cause. Here are some of them:

  • Dysmenorrhea
  • Pelvic pain
  • Infertility
  • Depression
  • Skin problems
  • Obesity
  • Female facial hair

How does this happen?

There are many reasons why this happens. Here are a few that I have observed in my practice:

  • Blood sugar imbalances (problems from eating refined sugar)
  • Eating refined carbohydrates and artificial foods
  • Food sensitivities
  • Stress
  • Not enough sleep
  • Spinal and pelvic misalignment
  • Acupuncture meridian imbalances
  • and more…

As you can see the top 3 reasons that I listed above are diet related. The good news is you have the power to do something about this!

If you know someone with PCOS you must forward this article to them so that they know what to do or share it with your friends on your favorite social networking site.

Eating right can help their body to function better again. In my point of view when your body is allowed to work properly again, all sorts of health problems solve themselves.

About Dr. Robert Ciprian

Dr. Robert Ciprian is a Doctor of Chiropractic, Diplomate of the International College of Applied Kinesiology, On the Board of Certified Teachers of the International College of Applied Kinesiology and a co-host on Get Fit Now Radio on www.cascadia.fm. For a nutritional consultation or holistic health treatment call 503-222-5509. For seminars and workshops go to www.cipriansystems.com.
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One Response to Poly Cystic Ovary Disease (PCOS)

  1. Shane Vargas says:

    PCOS, Thanks for the info. Diet is so key to everything we experience in our daily lives. Thanks for this post, looking forward to reading more.

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