Nutritionists agree that a healthy diet to lose or control weight to better manage the symptoms of PCOS should include at least five servings of vegetables and fruits a day. But it’s sometimes difficult to remember to add them to meals if you have a hectic daily schedule.
So try for at least two servings of fruit or vegetables for breakfast, like slices of apple or peach or half-a-cup of spinach or peppers in an omelet.
Broth is a great way to use up left-over vegetables at lunchtime and so is adding cucumber and tomato slices or grated carrot to a sandwich on wholegrain bread. Dinner can be delicious with the addition of vegetable-based salsa.
By the way, sweet potatoes are a perfect partner for fruit like crushed pineapple, apricots and cranberries.
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