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New Glucose Revolution Guide to Living Well with PCOS (edition 2004)

by Dr. Jennie Brand-Miller, Nadir R. Farid (Contributor), Kate Marsh (Contributor)

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Title:New Glucose Revolution Guide to Living Well with PCOS
Authors:Dr. Jennie Brand-Miller
Other authors:Nadir R. Farid (Contributor), Kate Marsh (Contributor)
Info:Da Capo Press (2004), Edition: illustrated edition, Paperback, 224 pages
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Certainly worth it if you have PCOS. Glucose Revolution seems to be in tune with Weight Watchers and Volumetrics and all the other books/programs that tell you to stick to "filling foods" or at least ones made from real food and that aren't highly processed. I went back to WW shortly after reading this book, so I'm not following the plan outlined here to a T, but I am taking a lot of their suggestions into consideration as I eat my daily points. ( )
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PCOS—Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome—is the most common hormonal disorder among women of child-bearing age, affecting approximately 6 to 10 percent of premenopausal women. No two women have the same symptoms, making it a difficult condition to diagnose. In addition, many women don't know they have it until they try to become pregnant. This breakthrough book contains the latest research that reveals how eating a healthy diet in conjunction with a basic exercise plan is a win-win situation for women with PCOS. The book includes a complete, up-to-date table of GI and glycemic load values for more than eight hundred foods and beverages, provides a clear, concise diet and lifestyle plan, and thirty recipes.

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