“Think of PCOS symptoms like the rays of the sun. They’re all peripheral to that one pivotal central situation, which is your hormone imbalance.” -Dr. Margarita Ochoa-Maya, MD Dr. Margarita […]READ MORE
Movement is a daily habit that all women with PCOS must have in order to thrive. There are tons of effective alternatives; you just need to find a few activities that are right for your body and that you look forward to doing. Go for a walk. Take a swim. Take a class at the local gym or online at gaiamtv.com. Try HIIT, strength training or yoga! Movement releases endorphins that make you feel good right away and has countless positive long term effects on everything from cardiovascular and skeletal heath to reducing depression. For more information about healthy exercise with PCOS, check out our fitness expert Erika Volk’s 3 Part series.
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“Every body is a good body, and we have to honor this body that we have. No one ever got anywhere, no one ever got happy, hating it into change. […]READ MORE
Erin Stutland has cracked the code. She has developed a method of exercising which will inspire you, physically, mentally, and spiritually. Her unique combination of joyous movement (imagine looking forward […]READ MORE