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Could Poor Gut Health Be The Reason Behind Your PCOS Symptoms?

It's not uncommon for women to suffer with both Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) and digestive issues such as Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). It is believed that 1 in 5 women have some degree of PCOS and 1 in 5 people have IBS. Coincidence? I think not... Some women with PCOS display no digestive symptoms at all, but their gut health can still be disrupted and is often a driver of symptoms such as insulin resistance, weight gain, acne and menstrual cycle irregularities. Other indicators a dysfunctional digestive tract include the obvious symptoms such as bloating, constipation, diarrhoea, excessive gas, pain, cramping and acid reflux, but also some not so obvious signs. These include skin

What Your Period is Trying to Tell You

I like to think of a woman's period as her monthly report card as to how well she has taken care of her body the month prior. The heaviness, colour, texture and additional symptoms experienced gives us clues about our recent stress level, sugar intake, toxin exposure, hydration, sleep quality and much more! The term menstrual cycle refers to not just the bleed, but the beautiful hormonal symphony that should happen all month long to cycling women. This is totally suppressed by the hormonal birth control pill and when we take that medication our body is instead controlled by synthetic hormones which are created in a lab. If your period is a total nightmare, unpredictable, debilitating or even


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