For the past week in a half, I have committed numerous hours of self-education of the pathology of PCOS (Poly cystic Ovarian Syndrome) because someone close to me is experiencing this disease. I want you all to know that there is eugenics program in effect and it’s being implanted into our foods! Did you know that 99% of animal products that most people are consuming are female animals? Yes, the female pig, female cow, female chicken, etc. Remember, dairy products not only contain the synthetic hormones that are pumped into the animal, but actually come from the animal’s reproductive system, so anything from the reproductive system of an animal is going to eventually disrupt and impair the reproductive system of the unwise consumer.
Ok, so let’s start with what PCOS means:
Poly = many
Cystic = cysts (sacs)
Ovarian = pertaining to the ovaries (female gonads)
Syndrome = A group of symptoms that consistently occur together
Put it all together, this says “Many sacs of the ovary occurring in a group together. Many women don’t know they have this until they realize they can’t bear children. Today 5-10% of women of childbearing age (20-40); 30% of women have some PCOS symptoms. They think that they are supposed to have painful intercourse, irregular menstrual cycles and since my mother had hair on her chin that I developed it from genetics or moreover they believe that they were not made to have children. WRONG! Let’s break down the science…….
PCOS occurs when a woman doesn’t ovulate, which causes a disruption in the normal relationship between her hormones, brain and ovaries. Normally, the hypothalamus in the center of the brain monitors the hormone output of the ovaries and synchronizes the normal menstrual cycle. So when the menstruation cycle ends, the hypothalamus secretes a hormone called gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH), which stimulates the pituitary gland in the brain to release follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) and luteinizing hormone (LH). These hormones direct the ovaries to start making estrogen, and stimulate the maturation of eggs in about 120 follicles. If fertilization does not occur, the ovary stops its production of both estrogen and progesterone. When these hormones are concentrated, they cause the endometrium lining to bleed (menstruation). Then, in response to low hormone levels, there is a rise in GnRH and the cycle starts all over again.
Without progesterone, a woman’s menstrual cycle is irregular or absent. Plus, when PCOS is present, the cysts make male hormones, which also prevent ovulation. PCOS causes a woman’s ovaries to produce too much testosterone.
The biggest lifestyle contributor to PCOS is poor diet. Young women with PCOS tend to eat far too much sugar and highly refined carbohydrates. These foods cause an unhealthy rise in insulin levels. Women who have a high number of dysfunctional follicles to begin with, due to xenobiotic exposure in the womb, will have worse problems if their diets are high in sugary foods and low in nutrition. This is exactly the type of diet teens and young women love to consume! Potato chips, corn chips, pasta and white rice are all highly refined carbohydrates that act on the body much the same as sugars do.
Even if the woman is a vegetarian but consumes refined sugar and refined carbohydrates will lead to the production of high cortisol levels by the adrenal glands. Stress alone can cause anovulatory cycles(non- ovulation). Since cortisol is a one of the key factors, then the cause of PCOS is a condition called insulin resistance. Insulin stimulates androgen receptors on the outside of the ovary, causing the typical PCOS symptoms of excess hair (on the face, arms, legs), thin hair (on the head), and acne. The androgens also play a role in blocking the release of the egg from the follicle. Since no follicle becomes large enough and no egg matures or is released, ovulation does not occur and the hormone progesterone is not made.
The Western Medical doctors will treat you like a diabetes patient, medicating you with insulin sensitizing drugs to help ovulation by controlling your insulin. They prescribe Metformin or Oral contraceptive which is supposedly contains female hormones that suppress testosterone. Doctors don’t recognize the role of progesterone deficiency in PCOS. They may not be aware that the hypothalamus responds not only to the rise and fall of estrogen, but also to the rise and fall of progesterone. Since standard tests usually indicate that a woman with PCOS has plenty of estrogen, and she is still having periods, the doctor assumes she is still ovulating and producing plenty of progesterone. But if Infertility is present then doctors will treat it with medications that stimulate ovulation.
Ovarian health is critical for women. Like other organs and glands in the body, the ovaries must be nourished. For many females, the ovaries also must be strengthened, toned, and revitalized. To begin the healing process, eliminate all animal products from your diet and substitute them with vegan transitional foods but make sure to eat mostly raw organic fruits and vegetables and drink plenty of freshly made vegetable juice. There are plenty of herbs that have an affinity for the female reproductive system and that nourish, strengthen, tone, and rejuvenate the ovaries and the whole female reproductive system. I am currently working on a 21 herbal treatment that include 7 herbs in my hormone balance, 7 herbs in the ovarian revitalizer and 7 herbs in the uterine toner and I calling it the ultimate reproductive rejuvenator.
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