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In our Clinical Research Study, 24 women with PCOS eliminated grains and dairy for 8 weeks. The participants showed favorable changes in blood glucose, insulin and testosterone levels.

In addition, they also have improved metabolism, including fat and carbohydrate oxidation.

The results we have seen have been nothing short of amazing. If you have any additional questions about our current study or any of the data you have seen here, please feel free to contact us.

Fasting and 2 Hour Glucose

Pre Diet Fasting and 2 Hour Glucose

Post Diet Fasting and 2 Hour Glucose

Figure 1: Change in fasting and 2 hour glucose before and after the dietary intervention.


Fasting and 2 Hour Insulin

Pre Diet Fasting and 2 Hour Insulin

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Post Diet Fasting and 2 Hour Insulin

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Figure 2: Change in fasting and 2 hour insulin before and after the dietary intervention.
Normal fasting insulin ≤24 µg/mL.

Fasting and 2 Hour Testosterone

Pre Diet Fasting and 2 Hour Testosterone

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Post Diet Fasting and 2 Hour Testosterone

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Figure 3: Change in free and total testosterone (T) before and after the dietary intervention.
Normal free T ≤10 pg/dl. Normal total T ≤60 ng/dl.

Making the Diagnosis of PCOS

Diagnostic Evaluation
for PCOS: (*need 2 of 3)
What to ask or look for: What next:
Irregular menses* Periods are “late” or “further apart”
or >35 days apart
Possible treatments include oral contraceptive pills or medroxyprogesterone.

Higher male hormones*
(laboratory or clinical finding)

Darker coarser hair on chin, chest, lower abdomen or low back OR elevated testosterone OR elevated free testosterone Possible treatments include oral contraceptive pills. Spironolactone is helpful but teratogenic (need reliable contraception if using).
Polycystic Ovary by ultrasound* Generally defined as an ovary with 10 or more follicles peripherally positioned in one ultrasound view Only one polycystic ovary is needed for diagnostic purposes. Try to view images yourself as most radiologists will not specify the polycystic appearance.
Thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH) See your lab’s normal range –
ours is 0.27-4.2 µIU/mL.
Treat with medication or refer for endocrinology guidance.
Prolactin See your lab’s normal range –
ours is <26 ng/mL
Treat with medication or refer for endocrinology guidance.
Total Testosterone
And/or Free Testosterone
See your lab’s normal range –
ours is Total T 2-45 ng/dL and Free T 0.1-6.4 pg/mL If >200 ng/dL, there is concern for a testosterone secreting tumor.
Testosterone does NOT have to be
high to diagnose PCOS if clinically patient has darker coarse midline hair growth.

If>200 ng/dL, refer for endocrinology guidance.
17-Hydroxyprogesterone (17-OHP) Usually <200 ng/dL If >200 ng/dL, repeat within first 7 days of menstruation. If still high, refer for endocrinology guidance.
Recommended-Hemoglobin A1c A hemoglobin A1c >6.5 indicates diabetes A1c is helpful to diagnose full blown diabetes. It is NOT very useful to assess metabolic health in general.