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Pcos Insulin Resistance Diet
Go low carb/glycemic: The mediterranean diet, dash diet, and low glycemic diets can all be helpful with weight loss, improving your cholesterol levels, and improving Insulin resistance and really you don't want a diet because that's short term - you want to change your eating habits permanently so look for one of these plans that you can stick with. ...Read more
Insulin resistance is a state in which a given concentration of insulin produces a less-than-expected lowering of blood sugar. This results from obesity and often causes higher blood sugar levels. The early stage of Insulin resistance, known as impaired fasting glucose (IFG) or prediabetes, is potentially reversible with significant weight loss (at least 7 percent). However, without weight loss, Type 2 Diabetes generally results, often causing severe damage to arteries and ...Read more
16 yrs old pcos patient, on a diet for insulin resistance weight reduction. Its hard to be on track and my craving for chocolate are killing me!
Not suprised: You already know you are Insulin resistant, so you need to modify your diet appropriately and maybe take metformin (glucophage) to modify this consequence of pcos. Losing weight and staying active, and certain foods/medications can decrease your appetite. Ask your pcp. You have a genetic challenge, so get your head around it, and follow well established guidelines for pcos. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Many: Insulin resistance usually comes along or preceeds the metabolic syndrome which comes with low hdl(good cholesterol) and high triglecerides, after some time your resistance increases and you might develop type 2 diabetes. The changes in your circulation(small vessels) will cause hardening and hypertension to be followed by protein in your urine and high blod pressure. ...Read more
Most have it!: Insulin resistance is a cause for pcos. Most women with Insulin resistant pcos also have hirsutism (extra facial hair/body hair). The long term consequence is the development of type 2 diabetes. It is part of at broader issue: metabolic syndrome. Insulin is both anabolic, but also inflammatory. Eating much less starch and sugar is key. Treatment with metformin will help. ...Read more
I've pcos , which is the best test that help me to know if I have insulin resistance itt or gtt or fbs ?
PCOS sometimes is related to insulin resistance,what are the required tests to diagnose such insulin resistance?
Pcos and insulin resistance are correlated what tests could be done to distinguish the insulin resistance in a pcos woman?
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