Sticking to a healthy diet and controlling how much you eat is vital, of course, for better management of PCOS symptoms. Weight control is crucial, for example, even for lean women who suffer from polycystic ovarian syndrome.
But most people underestimate the amount they are eating, even though there’s an easy guide to portion size … at hand.
A fist, for example, is the size of a cup of cereal, pasta or vegetables, while your index finger represents 1 oz of cheese.
The palm of your hand is about the spread of 3 ozs of thin layers of meat, fish or poultry and 1 oz of nuts is the amount you can scoop up in your hand.
It’s much easier to judge when you know how!
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