7 Foods You Don’t Believe that Cure PCOS

The following 7 foods are PCOS friendly and I am sure they will help you cure PCOS…

1. Brown Rice

Avoid all the foods made of refined carbohydrates…

And substitute with organic long version brown rice…

There’s a good reason why, in some countries, the word “to eat” literally means “to eat rice.” The locals don’t need reminding that fiber-rich brown rice, rather than the refined white variety, is one of the world’s healthiest foods.

The process that produces brown rice removes only the outermost layer, or hull, of the rice kernel and is the least damaging to its nutritional value. On the other hand, the milling and polishing that converts brown rice into white destroy 67% of its vitamin B3 content, 80% of B1, 90% of B6, half of the manganese, half of the phosphorus, 60% of the iron and all of the dietary fiber and essential fatty acids.

2. Raw Nuts

Raw nuts such as almonds and pine nuts are highly nutritious…

The best source of digestible proteins…

Consume in small quantities to reduce stress on your digestive system.

Eat with fiber rich foods for easy digestion…

Nuts! If you’re in need of a healthy PCOS snack this fall, you could do much worse than help yourself to moderate amounts of certain nuts. After years of being disparaged as “bad” food, nuts are now being credited with a wide range of benefits, ranging from helping to lower the risk of heart attacks and Pre-Diabetes to maintaining young, elastic skin and reducing a chance of developing gallstones and Alzheimer’s disease.

High levels of saturated fats are an increased risk for heart disease. But some fats like polyunsaturates and monounsaturates are good for you in small doses. Tree nuts such as almonds, hazelnuts, macadamias, pecans and walnuts have no cholesterol and they’re high in healthier unsaturated fats which help reduce LDL “bad” cholesterol and triglyceride blood fat levels.

Nuts can also help prevent the onset of a number of disorders linked to reversible Insulin Resistance, an imbalance of glucose and insulin levels that may lead to obesity and the cluster of cardiovascular diseases called Metabolic Syndrome (Syndrome X). Insulin Resistance and obesity are also underlying causes of Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) a major source of female infertility, and Pre-Diabetes, which, if neglected, can lead to irreversible Type 2 Diabetes – a condition that can only be managed and may require daily injections of insulin for the rest of a person’s life.

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