I've mentioned a particular book I purchased a few times as being a good resource for the money (info, grocery list, recipes, etc). While my diet is more customized, I found that the basics of what I avoid this book also suggests avoiding (Recommended Diet Plan). http://www.ovarian-c...s-book-res.html
This book, while having PCOS in the title, is not just for women. 90% of PCOS sufferers have it, because they have Insulin Resistance or worse (Type II Diabetes). Therefore...men can greatly benefit as well!
Since releasing the book (ver. 1 and ver 2) a few years ago, the authors (MD & ND) have begun offering teleseminars. The next telesiminar (online or telephone) will be this Wednesday, August 20th. If interested you can register here: http://www.ovarian-c...ietteleseminar3
Currently, I'm listening to the 2nd teleseminar they offered a few months back. What's awesome is that the first question has to do with diet and acne. The ND mentions to the mother that her daughter has a choice....
"deciding which is more painful" (the cystic acne or changing to treat the acne).
That is exactly the delimma that is faced on this board daily....
Other questions include:
Why should I avoid wheat or gluten if I tested negative?
Why is soy not good for certain types of people?
Is being a vegetarian healthy?
Clear Skin and maintaining weight?
Safe for teenagers?
Personally, I enjoyed it and for most, this isn't something you haven't read on these boards, but for those wanting additional info, insights, testimonials, etc. you can listen to it at: http://www.ovarian-c...dietteleseminar
All my best!
SweetJade1980Member Since 19 Oct 2002
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