I started the PCOS system about 3 years ago after my mom was tired of seeing me so depressed and my mood swings taking a toll on everyone. I remember the fatigue being brutal, settling in my eyes. My energy low. My blood pressure dangerously high. I would have a period once a year. And no matter how hard I tried, or what I tried, I couldn’t lose weight. I was 20 and hated the way I looked and felt, draining my life force.
After being on the system for 2 months, I had a period. I started losing weight. At first, I wasn’t trying, but when the weight started coming off and I stopped craving sweets and carbs, working out became a sort of drug. I dropped 50lbs in 6 months.
When I went to the doctor, she was amazed at my blood pressure and how it dropped to a normal ratio. I stopped growing side burns and chin hair. I had more energy!
My depression became mild, whether that is due to the PCOS system or the results they presented in my life. I was healthy, fit, and happy.
After going off the system, everything seemed to stay balanced for 1.5 years until I went thru some life changes and fell into bad habits. My PCOS is not as sever as it was, but I can’t lose weight, I’m bloated, my period was absent for 6 months, blood pressure on the rise, insomnia… after being on the system again for 2 months, my period showed up. My blood pressure is down. I don’t bloat as often and I feel like I’m starting to lose weight. I noticed as of today, I’m not craving ice cream or pizza. Which is great, helps with temptation!
I recommended the system to a dear friend of mine. Her symptoms seemed worse than mine. After she had been on the system for 2 months, she was pregnant. After years of trying, many miscarriages, and doctors saying she’d never carry a child, she was pregnant. Has a beautiful girl now!
Miracles happen and I’ve seen the miracle the PCOS system has brought into my own life and that of my friend. I am so blessed to have found a system that heals the body, clears the mind, and supports the spirit. I couldn’t imagine where I’d be without it.
Thanks for being so supportive!