Watch out for “hidden problems” when eating at a restaurant so you don’t undo all your previous good work to better manage PCOS symptoms via improved weight control.
White meat without any skin, for example, is better for you than red meat as a source of protein. So the grilled chicken breast entrée on the menu may look appealing. But it pays to be cautious if you want to stick to your healthy PCOS diet.
Before you order the chicken, ask about the preparation or you may find it’s been doused in a heavy cream sauce that’s laden with calories, fat and other artery clogging elements. These can boost levels of heart-damaging LDL “bad” cholesterol, which is often linked with PCOS.
If there’s a term on the menu with which you’re unfamiliar, don’t be shy about asking what it means. That way, you can have a good time and still feel confident of choosing items which will help to reverse your PCOS and make you feel better.
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