3 Foods you should stop eating right now if you have PCOS

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<ol><li> 1. 3 FOODS YOU SHOULD STOP EATING RIGHT NOW IF YOU HAVE PCOS @fertilitychef and 5 that you should start! </li><li> 2. Candies in general pose the #1 threat to PCOS. Just ten jelly gumdrops (ten!) has 35.6 grams of carbs contained within their gelatinous composition, meaning with the most innocent grazing gestures that most people are susceptible to in social situations can derail your body in just minutes. 1. CANDIES </li><li> 3. Watch out for the hidden sugar in dried fruit! While the average apple contains 14 grams of carbs (almost 75% of your daily permitted total in order to keep ketosis intact), a 60 gram serving of dried apple slices weighs in at a diet busting 56.1 grams! So gather up these healthy snacks from your pantry that you had bought in previous weeks and send them packing to the compost pile. 2. DRIED FRUIT </li><li> 4. 3. MOST BREAKFAST CEREALS More Sugar! Frosted rice crispies have an eye popping 91.3 grams of carbs per 100 gram serving, while many other favourite brands have at least 23 grams of carbs per 100 gram serving, which is more than enough evidence for you banish this PCOS-in-a-box breakfast food from the tribal council! </li><li> 5. SO WHAT CAN YOU EAT? </li><li> 6. 1. Chicken Breast Tasty! Vitamin B6 can be found in abundance in this marvellous piece of meat, which helps regulate hormonal levels and encourages fertility, which are both clear goals for women suffering from PCOS. </li><li> 7. 2. Romaine Lettuce Zero Calories Romaine lettuce is an excellent food for PCOS sufferers, as it contains almost no calories and is a leading source of chromium, which is a vital component of the compound known as GTF (Glucose Tolerance Factor). </li><li> 8. 3. Broccoli PCOS Fighter This flavorful vegetable can be used in salads or as a side, and with it containing vitamin D and a flavonoid called kaempferol which has anti- inflammatory properties. Broccoli is a key weapon in your war against PCOS. </li><li> 9. 4. Salmon Rich in Omega-3 &amp; Fertility Boosting Salmon contains elevated levels of magnesium, vitamin B3 and B6, which balance blood sugar levels, control hormone levels and increase fertility (good news if youre trying to conceive). </li><li> 10. 5. Cinnamon Insulin Enhancer This spice enhances the effectiveness of insulin, thus preventing your body from making more of it than needed. </li><li> 11. GIVES PCOS THE BOOT Head on over to our website to get 15 FREE recipes that will help manage PCOS. GET MORE INFO www.fertilitychef.com </li></ol>