1 PCOD /PCOS Diet Management

Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is not a disease but it is an endocrine disorder. Women with PCOD may experience  hirsutism, acne, irregular period, hormonal imbalance, infertility, endometrial cancer, and diabetes. Moreover, many women in this condition are overweight and obese. Abdominal obesity leads to what is known as “Apple shape”. In fact, weight gain is one of the most common side effects of PCOS and PCOD

Importantly, effective approaches of nutrition such as balanced diet, high protein, complex carbohydrate with exercise improve endocrine features, reproductive function and lowers cardiometabolic risk profile, insulin, and reduces many of the physical symptoms of PCOS.

Weight management through therapeutic diet and lifestyle modifications are fundamental to subsite further complications

It is really true when Edward Stanley said, “those who think they have no time for healthy eating, will sooner or later have to find time for illness.” Therefore, don’t ignore your health.

  • Well-balanced diet (Carbohydrate, Protein, Fibre & Micronutrients) -Eating your well balanced meals at about the same time every day helps stabilize your blood sugar
  • Portion control: Eating small, frequent meal helps regulate blood sugar and also portion control is also important because eating large meals won’t help reduce blood sugar level
  • Low Glycaemic diet (low sugar diet) -All foods that we are consuming have sugar level but the amount of sugar in each food is very different. There is nothing wrong if you are eating sugar if you know what to eat, how much to eat, when to eat.
  • Carb counting – It is imperative to monitor how much carbohydrate is consumed on a daily basis because it affects blood sugar the most!
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