Making Extra Muscle

A great way to shed weight or avoid adding extra pounds to better manage or even reverse the symptoms of your PCOS  is to build muscle, which helps to burn fat. One of the fastest ways to achieve this is to lift weights three times a week, though be sure to take it slowly if you’re a beginner and seek advice from a strength trainer if your doctor has given you the go-ahead to try this kind of exercise.

If you already strength-train, trade exercises that isolate a single muscle, such as biceps curls, for multi-joint, multi-muscle moves like chest presses and squats. The more muscles you engage at once, the more calories you’ll burn.

Break up your meals. If you’re losing weight by cutting calories, eating five small meals instead of three large ones helps to keep metabolism high. Spreading calories throughout the day helps keep blood sugar levels even and controls the release of insulin, which, if unbalanced, can cause your body to store more calories as fat.

For much more information about PCOS and how you can better manage or even reverse its symptoms, visit our web site by clicking on: 
 
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If you’d like expert PCOS advice, our web site can show you how to contact a doctor from our Advisory and Coaching Team for a free consultation.

Next Steps

  1. Take the PCOS Quiz! Get your PCOS score and assess your risk.
  2. Join our Free Facebook Group. Pose your PCOS questions to this group of like-minded women and get the support you need.
  3. Check out The All Natural Hormone Solution for PCOS Learn how to reverse your symptoms of hormone imbalance and PCOS for good.

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