It’s time to stop stubborn weight, period troubles, hair loss or acne get in the way of living your life to the fullest!
A 3-month lifestyle management program that helps you manage PCOS through
continuous care and support - all from the comfort of your home. Designed by experts to be your friend who guides, motivates and helps you manage the symptoms and reduce the risk of
long-term PCOS-related complications
I was tired of following different diets and not seeing any results. College and studies hardly left any time. My coach understood my routine, shared meal ideas in Marathi, and even made a lazy person like me get active!
I was able to lose 7kgs after enrolling in Heal PCOS. My doctor was so happy to see the change. I feel healthy and ready for pregnancy.
My coach explained how our hair and skin need food too. Instead of wasting thousands of rupees in parlours and cosmetics I wish I had enrolled for Heal PCOS earlier.
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Heal PCOS is a 3-month remote program that provides personalised lifestyle guidance to women with PCOS. This is India’s first scientific and holistic wellness program for PCOS
On enrolment you will get access to a dedicated lifestyle coach, software-based nutritional analysis, personalised diet & exercise plans, practical PCOS management tips, progress reports for your doctor along with regular chat & call support
We are not a crash diet course. Our coach will customize meal plans based on your diet analysis, routine and preferences. We take care of macro and micronutrients required, based on symptoms.
There is no magic pill that can instantly ‘cure’ PCOS. However, we will make sure that you learn how to manage it for life.
Heal PCOS is conceptualised and created by a team of doctors, nutritionists and mental health experts. At the end of program, we will share a report which you can share with your doctor.
No, the entire program is remote consultation based on phone call and interactive messages from our side.
Not all women with PCOS have trouble getting pregnant. For those who do experience difficulty, infrequent or immature ovulation due to PCOS is a common cause. If the egg is not released on time or is not mature enough then it will not get fertilized for pregnancy to occur. Unpredictable and irregular cycles can also make it difficult to conceive. In addition, pregnancy in PCOS – whether natural or via fertility treatments - increases the risk of complications such as miscarriage, gestational diabetes, pregnancy induced hypertension and preterm birth.
Your lifestyle improves your chances of conceiving and having a healthy pregnancy. A low glycaemic index diet, rich in vitamins & minerals such as Vitamin E, B6, B12, folic acid, magnesium, selenium, zinc, calcium, chromium and Omega-3 fatty acids boosts fertility. Improving insulin sensitivity via exercise and weight loss is helpful too. Reducing stress decreases cortisol which can further increase chances of getting pregnant. Prepare your body and you can surely have a healthy pregnancy.
More than half of all women with PCOS are overweight. Not because they are lazy but because PCOS makes it more difficult for them to use the hormone insulin. This condition -- called insulin resistance -- promotes fat storage, weight gain, increases appetite and the production of male hormones called androgens. High androgen levels further lead to weight gain, typically in the stomach region. PCOS also affects other hunger controlling hormones which means women with PCOS do not feel as full after meals and continue to feel hungry.
A little reduction in weight will improve all the symptoms of PCOS but those with this condition know it’s easier said than done. The same insulin resistance which makes you gain weight, makes it harder to lose as well.
However, there is no need to lose heart, with the right guidance about what and when to eat, tackling insulin resistance with right kind of diet and exercise and managing other aspects of your lifestyle including sleep and stress you can surely achieve your health goals.
It is not necessary that all PCOS patients have cysts in their ovaries. Usually doctors look for any 2 of the following –
Doctors may diagnose PCOS based on clinical features and blood reports.
There is no specific type of diet for PCOS and we advise you to avoid diet fads. A low glycaemic index diet which consists of eating foods that raise blood sugar levels slowly and helps prevent insulin spikes is often helpful. A diet which is good for PCOS consists of eating whole fruits and vegetables, whole grains, healthy fats and plenty of lean protein. It also involves avoiding most processed or refined carbs, including sugary foods and drinks. Other eating habits such as meal timing, portion control etc are equally important as well.
Going on crash diets can be counterproductive as starving yourself will increase insulin resistance and lead to further weight gain.
Staying physically active is incredibly important. Exercising, even for a little while, fires up metabolism, improves insulin sensitivity, can regulate periods and help in weight loss. It also improves how your body functions so you will respond better to dietary changes.
The secret to finding the best exercise for PCOS, is finding the best exercise for you - one that you enjoy doing and is sustainable. Ideally you should do a mix of cardio, strength training and yoga, each one having own benefits. Cardio exercises like walking, jogging, running etc are good for reducing insulin resistance, boosting fertility and stabilising mood. Strength training reduces insulin resistance, increases metabolic rate and also improves the body composition [more muscle; less fat], Yoga helps to balance out hormones and reduces the stress hormone – cortisol. Start small if you have been inactive for long and gradually increase the duration.
The problem is more than skin deep. Inflammation and hormone imbalance are responsible for annoying and painful acne in PCOS.
Medical treatment is available to lower the testosterone levels and help get rid of acne. But, apart from medical treatment, food is powerful medicine for healing too. Anti-inflammatory foods act on insulin sensitivity, testosterone levels and acne. Diet sufficiently rich in Zinc, Vitamin B6, Chromium and Magnesium helps in healing hormonal acne. Focus on reducing the stress hormone cortisol by taking care of your mental health and sleep. Be patient and follow the correct advice.
PCOS itself may not be life threatening but it can be associated with a number of serious medical conditions. PCOS is frequently associated with decreased sensitivity to insulin, which in turn may increase the risk of Type II diabetes, dyslipidaemia [high cholesterol], hypertension, stroke and heart disease. Disturbances in ovulation can also be a risk factor for endometrial and uterine cancer. It is a myth that PCOS gets cured once you have a baby. You should learn and follow the habits of a healthy lifestyle which will help reduce the risk of such long-term complications.
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