Poko Inositol Balance - PCOS Supplement

€32,50 EUR €64,95
By POKO

Description

A supportive recipe designed to balance hormonal function and contribute to normal insulin levels which may be affected by polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS).

60g | Supports symptoms of PCOS & Hormonal Imbalance

Formulated with Myo-inositol, berberine, folic acid, niacin & zinc, ingredients known to restore correct hormone signaling and tackle insulin resistance, while supporting your hair & skin health which is often affected negatively by imbalances such as PCOS.

  • Formulated to support symptoms of PCOS & hormonal imbalance 
  • Active ingredients include Myo-inositol, zinc & folic acid
  • Includes daily recommended dose of Vit D
  • Includes Inulin, a prebiotic.
  • One month supply
  • 120 capsules, take two daily
  • Suitable for Vegans & Vegetarians

For healthy hormone function & insulin resistance

Myo-Inositol is a naturally occurring substance already produced by the body which when taken as a dietary supplement may benefit individuals greatly.

There are many stories of women who suffer from PCOS symptoms either from a young age or much later in life. Women experiencing hormonal acne, unwanted weight gain, sugar sensitivity, fertility issues, unwanted hair growth (Hirsutism), low energy levels, and mood disruptions related to PCOS may benefit from a daily intake of supplements. Go beyond skin deep with support from Berberine, Folic Acid, Niacin & Zinc

Inositol, a go-to for PCOS

Our founder, Justine, was diagnosed with PCOS at 24 years of age and has done vigorous research to build a recipe of balancing ingredients for hair & skin health, fertility support & fatigue reduction. Her discoveries led her down a path of finding other women experiencing similar issues, and so, Poko’s signature supplement range came to be.

When she was diagnosed, Justine noticed her overall skin health declining as painful, cystic hormonal acne made an unwelcome appearance. It wasn’t long until her GP informed her she had insulin-resistant PCOS.