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How to lose weight with PCOS

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The best way to lose weight fast with PCOS is to…

Get rid of or lower your insulin resistance so you can lose weight normally just like everyone else and there's 8 simple ways you can get rid of insulin resistance…

1. Eat right meaning…

2. Exercise meaning…

3. Lose Weight

4. Use supplements like…

5. Deal with Stress

6. Get more sleep (at least 7-to-9 hours)

7. Stop Smoking

8. Metformin

If you still can't lose weight with PCOS…

She lost 125 lbs. with PCOS…

I've lost 125 pounds in one year. It was hard to imagine I could ever do this! Your website rocks, and so do u! You really helped a LOT! It was exceptionally hard for me, being i have a metabolic disease called PCOS.
I am insulin resistant, meaning i produce to much insulin at a cellular level, and everything i ate, even salad turned to sugar, which then of course turned to FAT! BUT JUST FOLLOW WHAT ADRIAN SAYS EXACTLY, AND YOU TOO WILL LOOSE THE WEIGHT! IM LIVING PROOF!Lisa Liebergott-Council - Read her full story here

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Im a 24 yr old female 1.75m tall and currently weigh 97.2 kgs. I was diagnosed with pcos at aged 16 and have struggled with my weight most of my life. But since i had twins nearly a couple years ago my weight is at its highest and making me very unhappy specially since ive got tht sort of flap of extra fat from having my children. I have jus restartd on metformin to try get my insulin resistant lower as its near impossible to shift the weight. Can u please recommend a exercise plan and diet ( i was looking at the ifasting one if tht would work for me) and any other helpful tips please.

July 30, 2015


I am 32 year old, 5"1,
128 lbs diagnosed with PCOS few years ago. I have lost 20 lbs over the past few years. My endocrinologist would want me to lose another 7 to 10 lbs and I have tried everything from yoga to Jillian Micheals DVD's to 6 months of
Crossfit and nothing has helped me shed an ounce. I am a vegetarian and rely on tofu eggs dairy for protein. Currently I am not following any diet or workout programme other than walking and some jogging. I hardly eat junk food or drink soda or refined flour products - maybe once a month. I would really appreciate some input.

July 29, 2015

Adrian Bryant

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July 29, 2015


I am 23 and I was recently diagnosed with PCOD. I was healthy as a child but started gaining 10-15 kgs per year soon as my periods started at age 11. In my teenage years I have used many techniques to lose weight like diet, treadmill, yoga, weight loss pills etc. Every time I lose some weight but as soon as I stop, I gain it all back and much more. I now weigh around 100 kgs and want to lose weight. I have also had surgery for fibroidenoma at age 17 and again got lumps in both my breasts which scares me coz I don't want to have another surgery. Please tell me what weight loss exercises should I do that will not cause me to gain all the weight to come back if I stop doing it.

July 23, 2015


I was diagnosed with PCOS in 2008. I had always had issues with my period since I first got it at 13. I am now 37. I was 30 years old when I started taking fertility drugs. I am 5'8" and I was 194 lbs and for my build I was ok at that weight. Not thrilled but ok. In 2/2009 after fertility drugs including shots in my stomach daily and a 35 lb weight gain due to the drugs. I was pregnant after being inseminated. Thrilled beyond belief. I did have a horrible pregnancy due to the hormone issues I was very very sick. Ended up in the hospital 2 times in my 1st trimester I could not keep anything down, then I ended up with PUPPS my 3rd trimester and not to mention a separation from my then husband. I welcomed a beautiful baby girl on 10/29/2009. Easiest labor. No drugs and all. However when I delivered I was 257 lbs. I lost 41 lbs by 1/2010. But that had to do with breastfeeding. I am now 37 and I am at 251, I am not worried about more children I had my tubes tied 2/2014. My boyfriend and I do not want more, he has 1 also. He also does not want me to have to go through any of that again. My biggest issue is that I work out for the last 4 months 45 mins a day and I have only lost 4 lbs, I eat right (I do have 1 cheat day usually Saturdays where we go to dinner and get desert) I gave up pop. I did hear that if you drink red wine 1 glass at least 3 times a week that it will help with your insulin resistance. So as I am not a drinker I am trying that, trust me it is hard. I do not like to drink. But maybe that can help some of you. I have also been trying to drink infused water. I bought a water bottle, you add fruit to it. I HATE plan water. So that has been helping with me getting my water in.

July 17, 2015


My name is Brittany and I am 23 years old. I have recently been diagnosed with PCOS after my husband and I were having difficulty conceiving. I am 5' 4" and 180 lbs. Needless to say, sexy is not my look right now. Even in high school when I was VERY active - 15-20 miles of running/week - I was only ever 130 lbs. at my lowest. I'm trying to avoid going on medication, but I'm not sure where to start. Can you help? Thank you.

July 07, 2015

Adrian Bryant

start by using this workout and this diet

July 07, 2015

sara hull

i am 5 7" and 230 lbs. if you want to lose weight you have to stop eating carbohydrates, like cookies candies and stuff like that.. it messes up your hormones and makes it very hard to concieve. trust me it is not easy giving up all the good stuff. but if you really want to avoid medication you have to eat protein and vegetables with a little bit of fruit, norefined carbohydrates, no sugar (except what is in fruit) and no dairy .. you will lose weight your hormones will go back to normal and then you will be able to concieve easier. it is not easy but if you want a baby you have to get healthy and get your hormones on track. i am doing the same thing right now, trying to get back on track and lose weight so i can have another baby, and my eating only meat veggies and a little bit of fruit i have dropped several pounds in a week. keep trying

July 07, 2015


There's hope! I, too struggled with PCOS and infertility. My husband and I tried for 4 long, stressful, aggravating years. I was 5'2" and about 160. It's hard. It beats you up in ways you never knew were possible. I started couch to 5k and weight watchers. i lost 10 lbs and over a period of 8 months, we were pregnant. It is really hard to get the weight off. I am now back up to 167 and we will try again in January for another little one. I've started the couch to 5k yet again so hopefully, history will repeat itself. Keep your head up and your eye on the prize! You are not alone!

July 09, 2015


Hi i have had my pcos for years and its depressing me.alot. i eat little and i try as much as possible not to consume sugar and i do zumba 3x a week and i only lost 7 lbs in like 6 mos. I need to lose atleast 60lbs i am getting married in 5 mos help me plsssss i did the cohen diet 2 yrs ago i lost 40 lbs in 2 mos but gained it all and even more after its hard to maintain a no carb diet although i know the best diet is low carb for pcos. I eat brown rice now. I am really depressssed i wanna lose weight before my wedding im so pressured in 30 and i also wanna have a baby soon

June 30, 2015


This is a long hard journey. I was diagnosed in 2008 and this has been fight. I would lose 10 lbs and gain 5 back. This kept going for months. I can tell you losing and then gaining back what was lost and then some is very depressing. I dropped 30 lbs in 5 months doing boxing and kick boxing 4 days a week as well as walking 2 miles day 4 days week. Then within 4 months later began to gain the weight back with the workouts. I was frustrated and angry. Long story short, I gained 60 pounds within 6 months. I have been to endocrinologist and the only thing they want to do is add metformin.

This a fight that I tired of fighting but I can't let it beat me. It is hard but hopefully with some of the suggestions here I can finally make a huge dent. I can tell you must keep fighting.

July 04, 2015


Hi.i feel your pain.
I know how hard it is to lose weight when you have pcos. It's so frustrating. And even after so much of exercise and dieting the result is too little. All the while you are also dealing with all the symptoms like facial hair and thinning hair on the scalp. But I think If you stay motivated and feel it, feel that you can do it. Then you can and you will.
All the best with everything. If you want to ask anything or just talk, reply.
You go girl!

July 10, 2015


Don't any any rice or pasta (even whole wheat) more than once a week. You have to mainly eat different types of meats (preferably fish) and also a lot of vegetables and fruits low in sugar like blueberries. Switch from regular bread to coconut and flaxseed bread they sell coconut flour and flaxmeal flour in a lot of stores now and u can look online how to make these breads they are much lower in carbs and high in protein also start taking inositol powder everyday also magnesium,chromium, and omega 3 supplements. You should also start drinking lemon water everyday cut 1 lemon into 8 pieces and soak them in room temperature water in a GLASS jar for 12 hours and drink that 8 ounce of lemon water within 30 minutes and make sure to do strength training exercises this is the most effective for insulin resistance and weight loss unfortunately i cannot do it since i am disabled but i try my best to atleast keep a good diet so good luck.

July 21, 2015


hi Adrian, I am 19 and was diagnosed with PCOS when i was 13. I have been overweight. I was 159lbs, with hard working i shed few pounds in two months and now i am 143lbs. My height is 5''3. But the problem comes this ramadan. I fast according to your instruction and its been really great but the issue is my sleep cycle. Sleeping after barely 45 mins of mid night meals to keep fast is making me gain pounds. I have gained 5 pounds in just 7 days. Its difficult to not sleep at 4am. Need your suggestion.

June 26, 2015

Adrian Bryant

fasting will not make you gain weight. please look at this

June 26, 2015

lissa R

I was diagnosed with Pcos in 2009 at the age of 19. I am now 25 at 295lbs. I have been struggling with the weight gain for to many years. I have the hair growth, mood swings, thinning hair,depression,low sex drive, and the list just goes on. I'm married and my husband and i have been trying to start a family with no success. All the doctors are telling me is to lose weight and i will get pregnant. It's just so hard, i'm losing hope. I'm trying not to take the gastric bypass route. Please if you have any dieting and exercise advice for me i would really appreciate it.

June 12, 2015

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