Article Review: The Women with PCOS Syndrome and Probiotic Supplements Effects

  • Fakhri Alajeeli
  • Saif Talib
  • Abdulelah M.T.
Keywords: PCOS, obesity, lipid profile, testosterone

Abstract

PCOS syndrome is major compatible female problem there for this mini review was focus on the research which are tested the effect of probiotic supplement on PCOS.

Methods:   In this mini review the was key word such as (PCOS, obesity, lipid profile, testosterone) and used Google scholar and pub med. the study was used 7 article published between (2015-2019).

Results: The study was positive result about effect of probiotic on the body weight, lipid profile, sex hormone and oxidative factors. the study was showed more relationship between the 7 articles which are used in this study.

Conclusion: This review was showed probiotic positive function on PCOS treatment in the women.

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Published
2020-10-22
How to Cite
Fakhri Alajeeli, Saif Talib, & Abdulelah M.T. (2020). Article Review: The Women with PCOS Syndrome and Probiotic Supplements Effects. International Journal for Research in Applied Sciences and Biotechnology, 7(5), 359-362. https://doi.org/10.31033/ijrasb.7.5.48