Here’s a dessert that will satisfy your sweet tooth, but is also filled with PCOS-fighting superfoods. Did you know that cocoa powder is an antioxidant and a good source of zinc? Adequate intake of zinc may improve alopecia, acne, and hirsutism in women with PCOS. We’ve swapped out traditional dairy whipping cream for coconut cream that adds a richness and decadence to this tasty dessert. You won’t believe how easy it is to make this sweet treat!
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It’s time to ditch your morning coffee for this tasty smoothie. Matcha is a concentrated green tea that’s rich in antioxidants and shown to lower blood pressure and improve glucose levels.
Here’s a tasty, heart healthy way to cook steel-cut oats while you’re asleep so they’re ready for you in the morning. Recipe from The PCOS Nutrition Center Cookbook: 100 Easy and Delicious Whole Food Recipes to Beat PCOS
A meal plan is essential for following a healthy diet for PCOS. With a little practice, meal planning will become a routine habit that will allow you to improve the nutrition quality of your diet and leave you never asking what’s for dinner again! Here’s 7 tips to do it right.
One of our most popular recipes from The PCOS Nutrition Center Cookbook: 100 Easy and Delicious Whole Food Recipes to Beat PCOS. This yummy smoothie contains no added sugars and is rich in flavor. Enjoy it as a satisfying breakfast or snack.
When you think of cinnamon, do foods like pumpkin bread, apple pie, spiced cider, oatmeal, and pumpkin spice lattes come to mind? Well, recent research provides some welcome news: Cinnamon may help you better regulate your menstrual cycle and even improve insulin and cholesterol levels. Here’s what to know about this popular spice.