Sarah Jane Sandy Shares Her Top 5 Favorite Smoothie Recipes for PCOS and Boosting Fertility

PCOS Smoothie Recipes
The fertility and women's health expert loves creating mouthwatering recipes for PCOS-friendly smoothies. In her latest article, she shares five of her tastiest concoctions!

DENVER - ColoradoDesk -- Sarah Jane Sandy, certified nutrition therapist and proud mama who once struggled with her own reproductive health, has published an incredible resource on her website for women with polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) who are trying to conceive. Titled "5 Delicious Tried and True PCOS Smoothie Recipes for Boosting Fertility," the article contains carefully curated recipes that were specifically designed to manage PCOS symptoms, regulate the menstrual cycle, and make it easier to get pregnant.

"PCOS is one of the most common causes of infertility in women," said Sarah. "Many of the clients I've helped were diagnosed with PCOS and weren't just struggling to conceive." She continued, "They were also struggling to manage the worst of the symptoms associated with the condition, including irregular periods, weight gain, acne, hirsutism and oily skin."

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When Sarah saw firsthand just how prevalent PCOS was, she set out to find ways to address the root of the problem. And as a fertility nutritionist, she knew diet was the best place to start.

"It's easy to underestimate the impact of diet on every aspect of your health," said Sarah. "But that's exactly why I find nutrition so fascinating—and exciting! By adding the right foods to your diet—and eliminating the wrong ones—you can literally change your life."

When creating her PCOS-friendly smoothies, Sarah referred to science-backed data, so the recipes would not only be beneficial to women with PCOS, but also help her clients restore their innate fertility power. That's not all these recipes do, though.

Sarah's favorite one, for example, focuses on reducing sugar cravings, as well. Since PCOS is linked to insulin resistance and diabetes, women with the condition need to be cognizant of their sugar intake so they can reduce the risk of diabetes. This is especially true for those who are trying to get pregnant, since diabetes—type 1, type 2, and gestational diabetes—can negatively affect the health of both Mom and Baby.

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Whether you're looking for a way to combat those pesky sugar cravings, add more fruit to your diet, or come back from that mid-afternoon slump, making a fertility smoothie is the perfect solution. Check out the article to learn more!

About Sarah Jane Sandy
Sarah Jane Sandy is a certified nutrition therapist and a fertility and women's health expert. She has helped hundreds of women increase their fertility naturally and go on to have healthy, full-term pregnancies. Learn more about her own fertility journey here. To send Sarah a message, complete her Contact Form.

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