Easy to read and digest (har, har, I said "digest") Excellent comprehensive starting place for those who still think PCOS is a cell phone company (warning! SPOILER: its not). Too many Americans get stuck in the get-rich-quick, drive-thru, diet-fad, pop-a-pill, botox-cement-your-eyebrows mentality when it comes to their life. This book is not an easy fix guide. It is practicality: diet, hormones, supplements, exercise, and a plan. Its one thing to get all this valuable info but most wont implement it without direction. Knowledge isnt power, the implementation of knowledge is power. I think I heard that from a Victoria Secret ad? Having a foundational plan makes this good advice do-able. I was particularly interested in the hormones and supplements. The vitamin/supplement "food first" approach was one that I was thankful to see. Chapters covering hormones & diet include sample meal plans, managing insulin response thru diet, eating out do's and dont's, and even what to shop for (or avoid) at the grocery. Uber useful for those who cringe at the current trends of cutting out entire food groups. And who knows...call me crazy... but I like the whole idea of moderation and self-control. (gasp!) It might work better than "I cant eat anything but lime wedges and bay leaves!" Anyone living with PCOS can tell you how much hard work this health issue brings and I applaud those who take the time to learn, research, and educate themselves. In that same vein, there is also a list of recommended online resources near the back matter. I recommend this book for those who need or have the tools but want to throw down a lifestyle game plan to integrate changes in the everyday...or as a help to others close to them who are living with PCOS.