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PCOS DIET PLAN

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    • Custom diet plan
    • List of food need to avoid
    • Personalattention
    • Weekly Diet Plan
    • Recipes
    • Weekly Feedback
    • Do’s and don’ts while eating out in Party or vacation
    • Detailed Discussion Call

    3 MONTHS PLAN

    • Custom diet plan
    • List of food need to avoid
    • Personalattention
    • Weekly Diet Plan
    • Recipes
    • Weekly Feedback
    • Do’s and don’ts while eating out in Party or vacation
    • Detailed Discussion Call

    6 MONTHS PLAN

    • Custom diet plan
    • List of food need to avoid
    • Personalattention
    • Weekly Diet Plan
    • Recipes
    • Weekly Feedback
    • Do’s and don’ts while eating out in Party or vacation
    • Detailed Discussion Call

    Frequently Asked Questions?

    Polycystic ovarian syndrome is a condition of hormonal imbalances in women that leads to insulin resistance and increased body fat. It could be harder to lose weight with PCOS. But with a holistic approach, to make lifestyle and food changes can help combat PCOS & the associated weight.

    Simple but important steps like – cut refined sugar & processed food from the diet (no foods with chemicals, preservatives, additives or refined flour or hydrogenated oils). Eat more fruit , vegetables & lentils, at least 80% of the diet should be comprised of fruit, veggies & lentils. Swap good fat with bad. Eat a variety of nuts, seeds, coconut & avocado and reduce/remove butter/cheese/meat.

    • Diet changes.
    • Supplements.
    • Herbs.
    • Probiotics.
    • Healthy weight.
    • Regular exercise.
    • Sleep hygiene.
    • Stress management.

    Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) cannot be cured, but the symptoms can be managed.But it can be controlled but the change in lifestyle , weight management, exercises, Home remedies.

    PCOS is thought to have a genetic component. People who have a mother or sister with PCOS are more likely to develop PCOS than someone whose relatives do not have the condition. This family link is the main risk factor.Sugar is the body’s primary source of energy, and it is regulated in the body by insulin, which is secreted by the pancreas. A person with insulin resistance is unable to use insulin efficiently. This causes the pancreas to go into overdrive secreting additional insulin to meet the body’s glucose needs.

    Excess insulin is thought to affect a woman’s ability to ovulate because of its effect on androgen production. Research has shown that women with PCOS have low-grade inflammation that stimulates polycystic ovaries to produce androgens.

    Polycystic ovary syndrome is an obesity-related condition. As such, weight-gain and obesity contribute towards the development of PCOS. However, there are also mechanisms whereby the development of PCOS can contribute towards further weight-gain and hamper efforts to establish effective weight-loss.