When the urge to snack strikes next, remember that vegetables and certain fruits can be a healthy response … especially if you add a protein source to maintain blood sugar levels, which can be adversely affected by your PCOS.
Apple wedges and banana chunks go well with a tablespoon of almond butter, while raw vegetables like carrots and celery sticks are great for dipping into hummus or salsa.
Since different vegetables and fruits provide different healthy nutrients, aim to eat a variety of colors each day. There’s a wide variety to choose from, including blueberries, pink grapefruit, green beans and white cauliflower. So switch and mix to avoid repetition.
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