Did you know that Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) affects 8,000,000 women in the United States and has something in common with Diabetes, which affects roughly 21 million Americans as of 2010? The common thread? Insulin resistance.
There is a new study at the University of California at San Francisco, designed to test two different diets, the American Diabetic Association approved diet and the paleolithic diet, on PCOS patients. The goal is to see if one will help reduce insulin resistance more than the other.
This study is exciting, in my opinion, because it has implications for both those suffering with PCOS and diabetes. To learn more about the study, click on this link.
If there was one crowd funding project I’d donate to this year, this would be it!
I predict the paleolithic diet will improve insulin resistance more. (Why? I know it’s already been highly effective for many in reversing PCOS and infertility. Check out the amazing blog, NaturalFertilityAndWellness.com to read the amazing testimony of Donielle Baker who formerly suffered from PCOS and infertility but was finally able to conceive due to a major diet and lifestyle overhaul.)