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Posts: 6 7/14/10 11:30 P
I purchased, a month or so back a book called "A Patient's Guide to PCOS" by Walter Futterweit. It is really informative, and everything else I have read online confirms just about everything I have read in this book so far. Its really informative and easy to read. It tells me more than my doctor did about the condition.
current weight: 288.0
Posts: 67 7/10/10 9:48 P
I have read or skimmed every pcos book that I could find through my library. There was conflicting information. When I found things that were repeated from book to book, I tended to believe it. I have not paid for a pcos book yet because I am not convinced that any one book will really give me the info I want.
Pounds lost: 0.0
Posts: 636 7/7/10 9:48 P
I like "The Glycemic Load Diet"... it's not specifically for PCOS but the author does note that his suggested Way Of Eating (WOE) will treat symptoms of PCOS/Insulin Resistance.
Habit is habit and not to be flung out of the window by any man, but coaxed downstairs a step at a time. - Mark Twain
It's not whether you get knocked down; it's whether you get up. - Vince Lombardi
current weight: 191.6
Posts: 7 7/7/10 2:33 P
I've just purchased The PCOS Workbook by Angela Grassi as it was what my RD was pulling from. I also have a few by Collette Harris.
Does anyone have recommendations? Lots of confusing and conflicting info out there.
current weight: 302.0
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