Most people can’t be bothered to read food labels. But they really should because labels offer useful guidelines for a healthy diet that can lead to weight loss and an improved sense of well being in those of us with PCOS.
The Per Cent Daily Value figure, for example, can be an easy way to keep track of how much sodium, saturated fat and you’re consuming in a day.
The percentages are based on a daily diet of 2000 calories and they can help you stick to acceptable amounts while you control your weight to better manage your PCOS symptoms.
In general, a daily value of 5% or less of saturated fat, for example, is considered low, while 20% or more is high.
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