Unless you’re careful, eating out at a restaurant can easily blow a month’s worth of tight calorie control to better manage the symptoms of your PCOS.
A trade-off is required when confronted with all the extra calories once you’re seated at the table and looking at a tempting menu.
Skip both an appetizer and dessert if you’re going to order a substantial entree, for example, plus trimmings. And try to eat only half the main course, taking the remainder home with you for a meal the following day. That way, you’ll get twice the pleasure.
By the way, be wary of little extras. Avoid crutons on salads, complimentary bruschetta, chips and salsa and oyster crackers. They soon mount up when you’re watching the calories.
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