Here are some short and sweet tips on how to improve insulin resistance and reduce inflammation when you have PCOS.
- Start eating a Mediterranean diet.
- Eliminate refined carbs
- Increase fiber: 8-10 servings of veggies per day
- Consume good quality fats: olive oil, avocado, seeds, nuts
- Eat more legumes and whole grains
For some women a diet that consists of no more than 80 grams of carbs, and 60-90 grams of protein per day will help.
Let’s talk about how diet and lifestyle modifications can help you manage your PCOS and its symptoms, like my client, E., who got pregnant without fertility treatment.
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p.s. For more info on PCOS and nutrition, check out this video where I go into much more detail with Dr. Aaron Styer of CCRM Fertility.