Polycystic ovarian syndrome poses an increased risk of cardiovascular disease. But simple measures like grilling rather than frying food and grating rather than slicing cheese can reduce the chances of a heart attack.
Fat in red meat and dairy products is known to clog the arteries, so a healthy regime should involve switching to poultry like chicken and turkey whenever possible and removing the skin. The fat is liquefied by grilling and drips down onto the grill, whereas frying adds to fat content as cooking oil soaks into the meat.
Cutting your cheese intake is also recommended and grating a small piece of cheese, instead of slicing a bigger piece, can make it seem like a larger quantity.
Tip: switching to a stronger tasting cheese like extra sharp cheddar is another way to cut down and still be satisfied.
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