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  1. What Does The Women's Health Strategy Mean For PCOS & Endometriosis?

    In July the government published its first ever Women’s Health Strategy for England (https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/womens-health-strategy-for-england/womens-health-strategy-for-england), following a public consultation that attracted more than 100,000 responses. This was a landmark moment in itself – an acknowledgement that women’s health has long been neglected, and a first step towards changing that. But what does the strategy actually mean for women with PCOS and other reproductive health issues?

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  2. PCOS and caffeine: should you avoid tea and coffee?

    Tea and coffee are part of most people’s lives, whether you love the ritual of making your morning pot or just down it to get through tiring days. But people with PCOS are frequently told to avoid or reduce their intake of caffeinated drinks.

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  3. 3 Benefits of Cinnamon for PCOS on Insulin, Ovulation and Cholesterol

    There are many nutritional tips that can support PCOS, but most important is eating a whole food, high-fibre diet. Supplements can also aid your eating practices, including MyOva's Myoplus formula.

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  4. Recipes for PCOS: 5 nutritious dinner ideas and recipes

    The world of nutrition can be overwhelming – online, there are countless people recommending different diets that all promise to improve your health and wellbeing, while friends and colleagues frequently tout their latest eating fad.

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  5. PCOS Fertility: 6 of The Best Apps and Devices for Tracking your Cycle and Ovulation

    We might have learned about a 28-day menstrual cycle in biology class, but our reproductive systems are much more complicated and unique than that. There can be a huge variation in how long and regular our cycles are, particularly in those who suffer from PCOS.  

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  6. Diet for PCOS: Nutrition and Eating Tips for Hormone Health

    We all know the benefits of a nutritious diet, but when you have PCOS, eating right is arguably more important than ever. That’s because many of the condition's symptoms can be managed by eating well-balanced, nutrient-dense meals. 

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