The secondary symptoms of polycystic ovary syndrome can be difficult to manage, but increasing your levels of omega-3 fatty acids can certainly help. Salmon and other oily fish have high concentrations of this “good” form of fat, and research has linked decreased androgenic effects to higher levels of omega-3 in the body. These fatty acids also help to balance cholesterol levels and protect the heart. Given that diabetes, obesity, and cardiovascular distress are commonly associated with this syndrome, adding salmon to your weekly diet is a very wise choice.
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