PCOS Health: Which Fish to Avoid and Which to Eat

fishFish is a crucial part of a healthy diet to lose or control weight to better manage the symptoms of PCOS, which can include menstrual irregularity and infertility.

But while they’re high in heart and brain-boosting omega 3 fatty acids, many fatty fish also contain high levels of mercury. So here’s a guide to which fish to eat and how often … and which to avoid:

Eat often – anchovies, herring, north Atlantic mackerel, wild Pacific salmon, sardines and freshwater trout.

Enjoy occasionally – bluefish, halibut and tuna (abi, albacore, bluefin, canned light varieties.)

Avoid – king mackerel, shark, swordfish and tilefish.

Next Steps

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