Yes…It’s Possible to Have PCOS and Still be Trim

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For those of us involved in the field of weight control, there is no greater reward than helping someone overcome their struggles with weight. Too often, people with weight issues feel they are weak, lack willpower, or have a psychological “block” that makes taking off just a few pounds seem like a task of Herculean proportions.

For those of us involved in the field of weight control, there is no greater reward than helping someone overcome their struggles with weight. Too often, people with weight issues feel they are weak, lack willpower, or have a psychological “block” that makes taking off just a few pounds seem like a task of Herculean proportions. This is especially a problem for women with PCOS, whose bodies often resist weight loss.

Fortunately, losing weight is not as difficult as it may seem. Successful weight loss is not simply about knowing the right foods to eat, but also having the right strategies that not only make weight loss possible, but also easy. Now, there’s a brand new approach that combines the right foods with the right strategies. Most importantly, it’s an approach that has been successful for women with PCOS. 

Even if you’ve been told your body is “metabolically resistant” to weight loss you can overcome the odds with a sound eating plan based on smart food strategies. In fact, with the right food management strategies-the strategies of the Thin Commandments-almost anyone suffering from PCOS can take control of their eating, genetic influence, metabolic resistance, and, most importantly, weight. 

From over three decades and 15,000 patients, I’ve learned that it’s not enough to simply lose the weight you want. The eating plan and strategies of Thin Commandments will help you lose the weight and then show you how to keep it off…all without feeling hungry or deprived. Truly, this is the end result of smart food strategy-and the right kind of eating plan. 

In the Thin Commandments, I outline an eating plan that represents the best of “new science,” not new fad. Based on the most up-to-date, cutting edge research, I’ll show you how to eat more and still weigh less, lower your blood sugar while building lean muscle, reign in your hunger hormones, and even increase your overall weight loss by up to 70 percent. The synergistic combination of foods outlined in the Thin Commandments eating plan is so effective that it literally turbocharges your body’s ability to lose weight!

Of course, just because you’ve lost weight, it doesn’t mean you lose your genetic sensitivity to the taste, sight or smell of foods, especially the high glycemic carbohydrates that may have caused you problems in the first place. Many PCOS patients who ride the merry-go-round of losing and gaining back weight do so not because they plan to fail, but because they’re fail to plan. The strategies of the Thin Commandments have worked for thousands of patients with long histories of failing at weight loss. Among these “winners at weight control” were women with PCOS, many of whom had long despaired about taking control of their weight. 

It’s still unknown to even the greatest minds of science whether you can change your genetic response to food. However, your “metabolic resistance,” to weight loss, as well as your genetic response to sight, smell, taste, and texture of the foods that have sabotaged your weight, can be dramatically altered. 

You simply need the right foods, and the right strategies…the strategies of the Thin Commandments.

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