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Hoping to get some help: PCOS, Keto, Paleo, Weightloss

Discussion in 'Female Quantum Biology' started by Kittenjo, Jun 6, 2018.

  1. Kittenjo

    Kittenjo New Member


    This is going to be long and I apologize if it's not in the right thread.

    I was diagnosed with PCOS 14 years ago (@ 21). At the time I was about 265 lbs and had given up on getting back to a healthy weight. At 25 after seeking help from MDs including endocrinologists I gave up, no one helped. I later found the hCG protocol and then the Leptin Reset, thank you Dr. Kruse. I managed to lose 80 lbs and keep it off for 6 yrs with a paleolithic diet but my PCOS symptoms didn't improve so about 2 years ago I was put on metformin and birth control. I started to gain weight rapidly. I had a car accident 6 months ago and with the immobility, and not eating paleo, I peaked at 270. I stopped taking the meds, because they were also causing other issues.

    Since finishing my treatment (April 2018) I have now switched to a ketogenic diet with how's of losing the weight. I'm currently at 243 lbs but have seen no progress in over 1 month. I workout or 5 days a week : 3 lifting days and 2 cardio days.

    I don't crave carbs or sugars, I can easily fast intermittently, and I have more energy now than ever before. But is it possible to become leptin resistant again? I just don't know which direction to go in right now. I don't want to further compromise my metabolism.

    I live in South Florida, does anyone have MDs they can recommend to help me figure out what's going on? Which blood tests should I have done and what should I look for?

    I also take the following supplements:

    1. multi
    2. vit d
    3. b complex
    4. b6
    5. b12
    6. folic
    7. coq10
    8. magnesium malate
    9. potassium
    10. collagen
    11. melatonin
    12. Chromium picolinate
    13. L-arginine
    14. DHA

  2. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Go read all the threads on my Dr. Jack Kruse FB page now. Your problem are described there and you need to fix your circadian mechanisms to fix it.
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  3. DianGisnbergMD

    DianGisnbergMD New Member

    Yes . Stop the folic acid and add methyl-folate
    Run your Spectracell Micronutrient Test-so you will know exactly what to take
    Add a myo- chiro- inositol supplement
    Read the story of the PCOS woman at the end of the Epi-Paloe RX book and listen to Jack talk about Circadian Rhythm/ Carbs / and your ancestry

    If you dont respect that you won't get better
    I am an OB/Gyn and birth control masks the problem.

    Listen to all Jacks you tube talks--you will heal!
  4. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    PCOS is a blue light melanopsin retinol issue for sure. You need to make like the Sphinxnx and eat a ton of DHA to offset the loss of the Bazan effect in the eye and liver to repair it.
  5. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    ALl covered in the blogs on the Bazan effect and in the recently release Vermont 2018 video on Patreon.
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