Medically Guided Weight Management
Obesity among women with PCOS may be as high as 80%. Women with PCOS have difficulty processing insulin. It is important to eat a diet that does not cause large variations in blood sugar.
Limit processed foods and foods with lots of added sugar.
Watch your calories. If you have obesity related to PCOS, reducing your calorie intake may help you lose weight.
Eat complex carbohydrates such as whole grains, barley, brown rice, and beans. These carbs are high in fiber and are digested slowly, so they don’t cause huge spikes in your insulin levels.
Eat plenty of fresh vegetables and fruits.