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For the millions of women all over the world who suffer from polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), conceiving is difficult and near impossible, but that’s just the first hurdle.

Simple Steps PCOS Freedom Fertility by Elizabeth Hungerford
Simple Steps PCOS Freedom Fertility by Elizabeth Hungerford

These women also experience irregular menstruation, acne, pelvic pain, and possibly depression. “4 Simple Steps to PCOS Freedom” by Elizabeth Hungerford is the book that aims to shed light on this poorly understood disease. In it, the author clears up the confusion about the disease, provides natural remedies, and offers treatments that target the problem instead of the symptoms.

When it comes to PCOS, many treatments only target the symptoms. “The drugs used to treat hypothyroidism, although effective, just seemed like “Band-Aid” treatments to me,” Hungerford says. “They address the problem, but not the underlying cause.”

Learning the Facts

It’s quite difficult to discover if you have PCOS unless you see a doctor. Most sufferers only find out after noticing common symptoms and getting themselves checked. If you find that you have difficulty conceiving, have frequent miscarriages, and see unwanted changes in your body, it’s best to go see a medical professional, because whether or not it’s PCOS, these types of symptoms can be alarming.

PCOS patients also experience hormone imbalances, such as an increase in the production of the male sex hormone (androgen), which is thought to be the cause behind abnormal male-like hair growth in PCOS sufferers. The risk factors associated with PCOS aren’t fully understood, but obesity plays a huge role in the development of hormone imbalances. Another risk factor is genetics; if the disease seems to run in the family, you’re at a considerably higher risk.

Importance of Going Natural

Many of the risk factors and possible causes of PCOS have to do with the body’s natural chemical balance and biological processes. Hungerford has this to say about the importance of maintaining health to prevent detrimental conditions: “Getting your diet on track is the most significant step. When you give your body the things it needs, it has the resources to manage itself properly. When your diet isn’t providing these things, you’re going to have trouble maintaining homeostasis, the stable condition that your body naturally defaults to.”

Hungerford’s natural PCOS treatment revolves around:

  • Optimizing your diet
  • Improving hormonal balance
  • Protecting your hair and skin from PCOS symptoms
  • Following a healthy exercise regimen
  • Combining exercise and health for weight loss

Everyone’s experience with PCOS is different, but there are countless women who “tried fertility drugs without success, went on a diet and exercise plan, lost some weight (sometimes even as little as 10 pounds), and got pregnant within six months, according to Hungerford. Her book will walk you through the many steps towards balancing your hormones, improving your overall health, and achieving good physical shape.

At the end of the day, Hungerford’s method for conquering PCOS focuses on treating the root cause, preventing long-term problems, controlling the symptoms, and preparing your body for pregnancy.

About Elizabeth Hungerford

Elizabeth Hungerford, a former sales representative, had an astounding healing journey through her struggle with hypothyroidism several years ago, and now dedicates her time as a researcher, author, and speaker on various health topics, particularly women’s sexual health issues and lesser known yet very important medical conditions. She also actively participates in volunteer work and women’s support groups.

An entertaining and charming speaker, Elizabeth has been delivering talks to a variety of audiences, including colleges, universities, community groups, and business organizations. As an author and researcher of women’s health, she has helped countless women move forward in a male dominated society. She aims to empower the female voice, raise awareness of reproductive health, initiate social change, and shed light on poorly understood diseases.

As a hypothyroidism survivor, Elizabeth also aims to share her knowledge about the power of all-natural diets and remedies. She believes that proper nutrition and a healthy lifestyle is the key to optimal health, and so, continues to prepare hearty, substantial dishes for the whole family, and encourages an active way of life.

Elizabeth lives in California with her husband and two wonderful daughters. In her spare time, she can be found cooking, reading, writing, spending time with her children, or hiking with her husband.

Mark your calendar. This book will be free on the 14th and 15th of April this year.

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