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    1. Natural Solutions to PCOS

      Proven Solutions to Beat PCOS and Enjoy a Symptom-Free Life, Naturally
      If you are suffering from the symptoms of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, such as excess hair, acne, weight gain and irregular or no periods, then this book is for you. Dr Marilyn Glenville PhD has helped thousands of women overcome PCOS and now you too can benefit from her unique, nutritional programme...

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      £12.99
    2. The Natural Health Bible for Women

      ‘The Natural Health Bible for Women’ Is a practical, easy-to-use, one-stop reference book for women of all ages. Containing everything you need to know to make informed choices about your body, how it works, and how to keep it in the best of health.

      Chapter One: Introducing Your Body gives a detailed analysis of how your body works, and what makes it so miraculously unique. It then covers essential information on...

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      £19.99
    3. The Nutritional Health Handbook for Women
      The book for every woman who cares about her health

      At last, the ultimate reference book for women of all ages. The Nutritional Health Handbook for Women tells you everything you need to know about the most effective ways to treat all aspects of your health naturally. Top nutritionist and women's health expert Dr Marilyn Glenville believes that many female health problems are caused by incorrect nutrition and can be dramatically improved through simple changes to your diet and lifestyle. Based on 20 years of clinical experience and research, her approach is proven, highly successful and non-invasive. Inside you will discover...
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      £25.00
    4. Understanding Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) E-book
      "Polycystic ovary syndrome is something quite different to suffering from ovarian cysts, which are discussed in detail in the Ovarian Cyst e-book. Polycystic ovaries are ovaries that are actually covered with very small follicles in which the egg develops.

      What is polycystic ovary syndrome?

      "In each menstrual cycle, follicles grow on the ovaries. Within those follicles eggs develop, one of which will reach maturity faster than the others and be released into the fallopian tubes. This is known as ovulation. The remaining...
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      £7.94
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