Washington: A researcher has found that meal timing can help women suffering from Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) - impairs fertility by impacting menstruation, ovulation, hormones - manage their glucose and insulin levels to improve overall fertility.Women with the disorder are typically "insulin resistant" - their bodies produce an overabundance of insulin to deliver glucose from the blood into the muscles.The excess makes its way to the ovaries, where it stimulates the production of testosterone, thereby impairing fertility.The goal of Daniela Jakubowicz of Tel Aviv University`s Sackler Faculty of Medicine and the Diabetes Unit at Wolfson Medical Center, maintenance meal plan, based on the body`s 24 hour metabolic cycle, is not weight loss but insulin management.
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