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I was diagnosed with PCOS 7 years ago, even though I dealt with symptoms for years. I’m in a minority pool when it comes to the symptoms I actually experience compared to classic cases and I’ve even been told by more than one doctor that I don’t “look” like I have PCOS. I didn’t go back to them. I tried a severely low-carb diet as recommended by an authority on PCOS, but I was extremely miserable. I have been following a paleo diet/lifestyle hardcore for a little over a month now. I’m down 11 pounds, about 30 more to go to be at a healthy, good-for-me weight. My cravings have minimized, I have a LOT more energy, I can think clearer and I have an easier time focusing. Totally eliminating dairy and gluten seemed to help the most. I can’t tolerate soy so avoiding it has never been an issue. I love meat and definitely feel better when I eat it. I was on supplemental progesterone for the last 4 months because that seems to be the biggest issue my body has with PCOS. Although long, my cycles are quite normal for one with PCOS, but my luteal phases are super-short. Initially the progesterone seemed to be making a tremendous difference, but suddenly, everything went haywire in the past month and my doctor has advised me to stop taking it. I don’t know if it was due to the sudden change in my eating since I went cold turkey. I have had 3 miscarriages, no full-terms and as I get older (I’m 34)…I am beginning to wonder if it will ever be possible for me to sustain a full pregnancy without massive intervention (something I am definitely not comfortable with). The testimonies I have read regarding paleo and PCOS are very encouraging to me and I am quite excited to follow your continued exploration of this condition. If I can provide any assistance to you in your research by way of testimony or personal experience, I would be happy to help out. Just shoot me a message. Thank you and keep up the excellent work.
While starch hasn't met all of the requirements to officially be considered a primary taste, one thing is for sure: people are hardwired to detect and have an affinity toward carbs. That's why it's so darn hard to eat less of the stuff. Since we know just how real the struggle can be, we asked some of the nation's top diet and nutrition experts for their go-to carb-cutting hacks. Whether you're trying to dial back on the refined stuff, or just want to eat less of the nutrient altogether, we've got plenty of tips that can help. After you've mentally filed away some of the tips you think would work for you, get all of your other carb-cutting questions answered in our special report, 50 Questions About Carbs—Answered !