Making PCOS Changes Through Preparation: Part Two

Yesterday we explained how choosing the right balanced diet for you as an individual can help to achieve Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome weight loss and better health if you prepare beforehand.
 
Here are some more tips to keep you on track with your healthy new PCOS diet:
 
Fill up on Fiber: eating fiber-rich foods like apples, spinach and almonds helps you feel full. It may also prevent certain cancers, lower “bad” cholesterol levels and reduce your risk of heart disease.
 
Don’t Fear Fat: a little of the right kind of fat is good for you and it helps fend off hunger. Food with omega-3 fatty acids, like salmon, walnuts and soybeans, are healthy sources of unsaturated fat.
 
Cut Down on Processed Foods: try to avoid sugar because it contains empty calories and can cause spikes in blood sugar that leave a person feeling hungrier. Most processed food also contain excessive amounts of sodium, which can lead to high blood pressure and eventual heart disease.
 
A regular exercise regime and a balanced nutritious diet can help reverse an underlying cause of excess weight and obesity, namely the imbalance of blood glucose and insulin called Insulin Resistance. By reversing this latter condition, you can facilitate PCOS weight loss.


Next Steps

  1. Take the PCOS Quiz! Get your PCOS score and assess your risk.
  2. Join our Free Facebook Group. Pose your PCOS questions to this group of like-minded women and get the support you need.
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