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The PCOS Diet

In the words of my 2-year-old, “What to eat?!” Well, I repeated that to myself for the last 10 years - no exaggeration!

Is there such a thing called the PCOS Diet? The problem is that when you Google what to eat or PCOS diet, you keep getting different results:

  • Low calorie

  • Low fat

  • Vegan

  • Dairy-free

  • Gluten-free

I remember thinking to myself, “I just want to know what to eat so I can live a regular life.”

Well, I’m so happy to share that I am no longer confused on what to eat for hormonal balance and let me tell you how I know that I’m on the right path. My symptoms are finally improving. I used to take Metformin, various vitamins and supplements (magnesium, Inositol, Vitamin D, Vitex, Cinnamon) and I didn’t see any improvements with my PCOS symptoms. At one point in my journey, I went to the gym EVERYDAY because my doctor told me to exercise more and eat less. Well, I followed the advice and again, ZERO improvements.

But let me tell you what “PCOS Diet” that I followed. I started eating more clean and minimally processed foods. I started eating real foods, in other words, no nutrition label was needed because the main ingredient was itself. And when I had something that was processed, I put in effort to eat those types of foods with meals.

So to sum it up, I create the 3-Step Approach to PCOS Meal Planning:

  1. Choose your proteins

  2. Pair your proteins with low-carb fruits and vegetables.

  3. Cook your proteins and low-carb vegetables in healthy fats, olive oil, avocado oil and real butter.

One of the immediate side effects of this approach were less carb cravings and increased energy! I no longer had the desire to go to sleep after each meal and drinking coffee became an activity for pleasure, not for energy. And by following this approach, I lost 30 lbs and got my period back!!

I never knew that better health was possible, but look at me now! I’m now on my journey to getting pregnant naturally and losing more weight!

My PCOS Meal Plan is a free resource for women with PCOS who want better health by making simple nutrition changes. This meal plan isn’t for _____________.

Meredith - Helping women with PCOS balance hormones with simple nutrition and lifestyle changes.

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