A major source of weight gain, which can worsen your PCOS symptoms, may stem from not being bothered to cook for one.
We know it can sometimes hardly seem worth it to make a big fuss when you’re dining alone. So it’s easy to end up grazing, which may result in you eating, say, leftover pasta, then some cheese and crackers, followed by some cookies.
As a result, you end up feeling stuffed and yet still haven’t had a proper meal. To avoid this unhealthy culinary fate, try cooking in advance and freezing single portions for those nights when you’ll be alone.
Another idea is to use a slow-cooker. Throw in some nutritious ingredients before leaving the house in the morning and then, like magic, there’s a hot and delicious meal waiting for you when you get home.
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