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    Quote Originally Posted by je11ybean View Post
    I did have cravings to begin with but after about a week or 2 they went away. To combat this I ate a piece of fruit and I used Stevia/Xylitol and very small amounts of honey to make healthy treats.
    Good work! I'm a firm believer in this diet for many many other health issues!!


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    I suffer from PCOS and this is exactly how I fell pregnant both times

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    Me too, tho i didn't realise it at the time. I had lost a heap of weight for my wedding (17kg on WW + 40 min walk most mornings) and after the wedding we TTC'd and it worked. We were completely cos I had severe endo as well and had been told to not even bother TTC naturally... well we decided to try by ourselves for 6 months first just to see and hey presto

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    I have found this book called 'PCOS the glucose revolution' or something like that which I'm going to buy tomorrow... Sounds promising so I'll report back on what it's like! I'm going to try a low GI diet but currently am a bit clueless about GI's so I'm hoping this book will really help me lose the kg's!


 

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