Cure PCOS with nutrition

Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) affects up to 15-25% in women of reproductive age (1 reliable source).To cure pcos with nutrition one must know few things. This happens when the levels of certain hormones are out of balance, leading to the growth of fluid-filled sacs in the ovary. Side effects include irregular or missing periods, hair fall, excess hair growth, acne, weight gain, depression and fertility problems. PCOS is also associated with risk of type 2 diabetes, heart disease and obesity (2 credible sources). Unfortunately, there is no cure for PCOS, however, one of the first line treatments is diet and lifestyle changes.

Don’t skimp at breakfast

One study found that breakfast can help balance the hormones associated with PCOS by making the biggest meals and snacks the shortest. For normal weight women with PCOS, their daily intake of calories in the breakfast reduced insulin levels by 8% and testosterone levels by 50% during the 90 days. Also, these women were 30% more ovulated compared to women who ate a shorter breakfast and a larger dinner, suggesting improved fertility (9 trusted sources). However, that increasing your breakfast size by reducing your evening meal size can lead to weight gain.

Eat enough healthy fat

Adequate supply of healthy fats, including omega-3 fatty acids, has been shown to help balance your hormones and improve insulin levels in women with PCOS (10 Trusted Sources). A study involving women with PCOS found that supplementation of omega-1 fatty acids by eight weeks improved insulin resistance by about 22% (11 trusted sources). Another similar study found that providing omega-3 fatty acids and vitamin E for 12 weeks improves insulin resistance and decreases testosterone levels in women with PCOS (12 Trusted Sources). Even taking an adequate amount of healthy fats without omega-3 supplements can improve insulin resistance.

Foods to avoid

In general, cure pcos with nutrition require some avoidance to some foods:-

  • Refined carbohydrates, such as mass-produced pastries and white bread.
  • Fried foods, such as fast food.
  • Sugary beverages, such as sodas and energy drinks.
  • Processed meats, such as hot dogs, sausages, and luncheon meats.
  • Solid fats, including margarine, shortening, and lard.
  • Excess red meat, such as steaks, hamburgers, and pork.

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