An Apple A Day Keeps The PCOS Away!

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The cooler temperatures and the bright foliage are signals that Fall has arrived! This time of year is also about apples, making October National Apple Month. Did you know that there are 2,500 varieties of apples grown in the United States? Apples are a delicious and healthy fruit for women with PCOS. Here are some health benefits and fun facts about this crisp PCOS friendly fruit.

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Health Benefits of Tomatoes

Rich in the antioxidant lycopene, along with vitamins C and A, tomatoes are a PCOS superfood. This time of year is the perfect time to enjoy tomatoes! Here’s some great health benefits of tomatoes for PCOS and easy ways to incorporate tomatoes into your end of summer meals.

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Dairy Free Ice Cream 3 Ways

Ice cream is a sweet and icy treat that is perfect for a hot day (or any day!). We created three dairy-free varieties of ice cream that are tasty, but packed with nutrient-dense ingredients. In these recipes we’ve used anti-inflammatory ingredients like coconut milk, avocado, and bananas and tasty additions like matcha, cocoa, and walnuts to help fight PCOS symptoms.Not only are these recipes tasty, but they’re super easy to boot! You don’t need a fancy machine or a lot of time. Within minutes you can whip together dessert for the entire family to enjoy!

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No-Bake Coconut Peanut Butter Bars

These No-Bake Coconut Peanut Butter Bars are great for a summer dessert. And you don’t have to turn the oven on to make them!

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Make at Home Grain Bowls

Grain bowls are yummy way to get in a variety of antioxidants, and provides a satisfying meal. Many people think they need to “cut carbs” in order to reach their nutrition goals and may be afraid of these dishes. Carbs don’t have to be scary! Whole grains can help fight inflammation, improve digestion, decrease inflammation, and even balance blood sugar. Here are some tips on how to make one of these hearty meals at home!

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The Power of Pulses for PCOS

The plant-based powers that come from key nutrients found in pulses, makes these foods great for women with PCOS to include into their eating. Pulses are dry, edible seeds from plants parts that are held inside of a pod. Examples include beans, lentils, and peas. Pulses have been around for thousands of years, and are a known stable in the Mediterranean diet. Here’s what women with PCOS should know about pulses and how to fit them into a healthy way of eating for PCOS.

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