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PCOS awareness month: How diet plays an important role in managing PCOS


PCOS (polycystic ovary syndrome) affects one in 10 women. Though pinpointing the actual cause and cure for this condition is a bit difficult, however, there are doctors who agree that diet and lifestyle play a significant role in managing PCOS. Therefore, to understand the relationship between food and PCOS, we got in touch with Dr Sandeep Datta, MBBS MD fellowship in diabetes, cardio-metabolic and BHRT specialist, and Kavita Devgan, a nutritionist, who explain how what you eat matters if you have PCOS.

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