If you’re one of those of us with PCOS-linked weight issues who finds it hard to shed the extra pounds, perhaps you need to follow a different approach.
One way is to stay focused on being healthy, not on becoming thin.
Many people become more successful at long-term weight loss when their motivation changes from wanting to be thinner to wanting to be healthier. So consider changing your mindset to focus on selecting food that will help your health, rather than worrying about how what you eat will affect your weight.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Pyramid offers a basic outline of the types and amounts of food you should eat each day to give your body the nutrients it needs for optimal health. And sticking to a healthy diet, combined with a regular exercise regime, could lead to you enjoying the best of both worlds … by greatly improving the way you feel and doing wonders for your weight loss and PCOS at the same time.
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