Favorite Supplements 4 Weight Loss and PCOS

Favorite Supplements 4 Weight Loss and PCOS



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Vitamin D3
-Improves Metabolic Markers
Studies show an inverse relationship between vitamin D and metabolic risk factors such as insulin resistance, cholesterol, triglycerides, testosterone, and weight. In a randomized double-blind placebo-controlled clinical trial published in the Journal of Clinical Nutrition, overweight women with PCOS who were vitamin D deficient and took vitamin D supplementation for eight weeks saw improvements in insulin, triglycerides, and cholesterol levels. Pal and colleagues found that supplementing with vitamin D and calcium for 3 months significantly reduced testosterone and blood pressure in women with PCOS.

Evening primrose oil
– has been used to help with period pain and irregular menstruation. It may also improve cholesterol levels and oxidative stress, both of which are linked to PCOS.
-helps with skin issues an also hair loss

Zinc is one of the essential 24 micronutrients needed for survival and thanks to it’s antioxidant and enzyme regulating behavior, supplementing with this mineral can affect several PCOS related symptoms such as ovulation, acne, weight management, insulin sensitivity and the regulation of blood glucose levels.
PCOS & Weight Loss Supplements
Magnesium has been shown to reduce pain and inflammation, promote better sleep, and relieve PMS symptoms. But the biggest benefits of magnesium for women with PCOS may be its ability to alleviate anxiety and reduce blood pressure and insulin. Anxiety (as well as depression) affects many women with PCOS


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