Whenever I eat something, I get full really quickly but then I’m hungry again after like an hour. Is there a reason for this? I’ve also been losing weight slowly and I think it’s related, but I want to maintain my weight.Updated 28 August 2023 under Ask Us.
Awesome question, thank you so much for asking! If you’re hungry an hour after eating, you’re likely either not eating enough and/or the food that you’re eating doesn’t have enough […]Read more »
Do you have any tips for dealing with sugar cravings? I have PCOS and I feel like I always crave something sweet, but this leads to me eating a lot of unhealthy things.Updated 29 April 2022 under Ask Us.
Keep in mind that there is a difference between craving something sweet and craving sugar. Sugar is a refined carbohydrate often added to foods and beverages to sweeten them and […]Read more »
I’ve heard I should take “pre workout” supplement powder before exercising to improve my performance. Is this safe?Updated 22 November 2021 under Ask Us.
There is no need to take a pre workout supplement. It’s important to remember that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) doesn’t regulate the production of supplements (such as vitamins, performance […]Read more »
I heard that soy, almond, and cow’s milk aren’t that great for people with PCOS. What type(s) of milk would you consider PCOS-friendly? Thanks in advance!Updated 26 March 2021 under Ask Us.
Actually, all three of these options, in moderation, are PCOS-friendly. While there has been some discussion on whether Carrageenan, a frequent additive in alternative milks, has been linked to inflammation […]Read more »
Adolescent females have higher iron needs than guys do because of the blood loss experienced during their period. You can get iron in your diet from a variety of sources […]Read more »
Why am I eating a lot of food? I feel like I’m gonna get fat if I keep eating a lot… Is this normal?Updated 24 September 2019 under Ask Us.
It is perfectly normal for any adolescent to feel like they are eating a lot of food. During adolescence your body is still growing and the only way it can […]Read more »