Do you struggle with your weight? Have irregular periods (or none at all)? Get acne? Notice thinning hair? Or do you have to deal with unwanted facial and body hair? If you have any of these problems, the chances are fairly good that you have PCOS (polycystic ovary syndrome), along with one in ten women. We now know that women with PCOS are more likely to get diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, and obesity and its related health problems; and research is currently linking PCOS to a host of other health complications as well. And while you might see this as a frightening prospect, at least women with PCOS can look related health risks in the eye and then do something right now to reduce them, instead of never knowing what could be around the corner. That something is the PCOS Protection Plan, and action plan written by women with PCOS for women with PCOS - to help you take control of your health so that you can significantly reduce the risk of serious medical conditions. Using the very latest scientific and expert advice, Colette Harris and Theresa Cheung give you a no-nonsense look at what the proven health complications are if you have PCOS, and also provide you with a clear diet and lifestyle protection plan to follow to cut your risk and reduce you PCOS symptoms now and in the future.