Broccoli

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Polycystic ovary syndrome primarily affects the hormone levels in the body, often resulting in androgenic effects, such as weight gain, hirsutism, insulin issues and irregular menstruation. To treat the insulin and glucose imbalance in the body, few substances are better than chromium, which is found in high levels within broccoli. Chromium is found in many food sources, but the high concentration in broccoli makes this food ideal for regulating insulin levels, improving metabolic and hormonal control, and preventing the onset of Type II diabetes.

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