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Unhealthy fats for PCOS

Unlike monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats, there are some kinds of oils that may not be very PCOS-friendly like Found in meat, butter, cheese, and various oils. High Saturated fats can contribute to inflammation and should be avoided. In order to create a healthy diet that is PCOS friendly, it is important to incorporate good fats […]

Why to reduce sugar in PCOS

It’s critical to avoid high sugar foods with PCOS. Eating less sugar keeps lower blood glucose levels. This manages insulin levels, and reduces male hormone levels. To best manage insulin levels and cut down the amount of sugar in your diet: Opt for fruit instead of juices or high carb snacks. Have sufficient protein with […]

Dairy products and PCOS

Milk is a rich source of calcium and protein and is also considered a carbohydrate food due to its high lactose content. Women with PCOS are recommended to limit dairy products in their diet as their bodies have a natural tendency to develop insulin resistance and the excess consumption can lead to excess production of […]

Vegetables for PCOS

A diet high in refined carbohydrates, like starchy and sugary foods, can make insulin resistance, high-fiber foods can help to combat insulin resistance by slowing down digestion reducing the impact of sugar on the blood which helps PCOS. Great options for high-fiber foods include: cruciferous vegetables, such as broccoli, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, greens, including red […]

Foods to reduce inflammation in PCOS

PCOS is related to inflammation. It’s a good idea to reduce or remove inflammation-causing foods, such as fries, margarine, and red or processed meats from your diet as well. Foods that help reduce inflammation may also be beneficial. They include: tomatoes Kale Spinach almonds and walnuts Olive oil fruits, such as blueberries and strawberries fatty […]