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Psychological stress and female hormones: a...

Oct 10, 20129 Comments6119 Views

While the title of this post may sound hyperbolic, it nonetheless is grounded in truth.  There are a wide variety of dietary and lifestyle factors

Hormonal Acne by Stefani Ruper

Hormonal Acne: Where It’s Coming From...

Jul 19, 2012191 Comments485110 Views

Even though many dermatologists would deny it, hormonal acne is a real and serious problem for women. Gut health and inflammation are both major players

PCOS and HA by stefani

PCOS and Hypothalamic Amenorrhea: what̵...

Jul 03, 201278 Comments35932 Views

PCOS and hypothalamic amenorrhea are two specific, different diagnoses. Most medical professionals would never dream of diagnosing a patient with both. Nevertheless, my research, personal experience,


Carbohydrates for Fertility and Health

May 31, 2012215 Comments92837 Views

I spend a disproportionate amount of my time telling women to eat carbohydrates. In the paleosphere, it is incredibly common to eat a low carbohydrate

paleo and pcos by stefani

Paleo and PCOS

May 05, 201239 Comments37016 Views

A lot of women who have PCOS try the paleo diet to help them overcome the PCOS. The majority of them see great, quick results.

PCOS treatment options by stefani

PCOS Treatment Options

Apr 16, 201242 Comments31882 Views

PCOS is a complex condition. It can be caused by many things… which means that it can also be overcome via many different strategies. What


What Causes PCOS

Apr 16, 201214 Comments18334 Views

The most important thing to do when diagnosed with PCOS is learn.  The troublesome thing about PCOS is that it can be caused by many different

into to PCOS by stefani

What is PCOS: Everything You Need to Know

Apr 16, 201215 Comments12787 Views

What is PCOS? PCOS stands for Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome – which describes the condition of having multiple small cysts on the ovaries. Up to 15 percent