Things to consider
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome is the most common endocrine condition among women of reproductive age: all over the world. The case is no different for us, the number of women who come to us for the best treatment for PCOS in Dwarka has risen significantly over these last few years. We have a state of the art Gynaecology centre where the best gynaecologists in Dwarka treat many women who have this condition. If you’re wondering whether you have PCOS; the common symptoms associated with it are ovarian cysts, irregular menstrual cycles, acne breakouts, hair thinking and weight hain.
The exact causes of PCOS are not easy to determine, but resistance to insulin and regulation of hormones are key factors.
You can manage these things and soothe your symptoms with lifestyle tweaks and dietary improvements.
You can get in touch with and have a word with our doctors before trying anything new
So try making these changes
Eating right and foregoing certain foods can help you manage your symptoms. A healthier diet can help better regulate hormones and improve menstrual cycles. Consuming processed junk food, or highly preserved foods adds to inflammation and insulin resistance.
Try and have Whole foods or wholesome foods, which don’t artificial sugars, hormones, and preservatives in them. These foods come as close to their natural, unadulterated state as possible. Organic fruits, vegetables, grains, and legumes are great wholesome foods that you can add.
Without harmful hormones and preservatives, your endocrine system will better control and regulate your blood sugar.
Balance those carbs and proteins
Both carbohydrates and protein impact our energy and hormone levels. Consuming protein stimulates the body to produce insulin.
Unprocessed and natural carbs improve insulin sensitivity. Don’t go for a no-carb diet, or low-carb: focus on getting healthy protein with it. Vegetarian sources like nuts, legumes, and whole grains are the best.
Go for anti-inflammatory Food
PCOS is an inflammatory condition and having foods that reduce inflammation will greatly helps. You can go in for a Mediterranean Diet
Tomatoes, olive oil, leafy greens, fatty fish like mackerel and tuna, and tree nuts reduce inflammatio
Up the iron intake
Some women who have PCOS may experience heavy bleeding during their period. This can cause iron deficiency or anaemia. If you’ve been diagnosed with either condition, talk with a doctor about how you can up your iron intake. They may add iron rich foods like spinach, eggs, and broccoli to your diet.
You shouldn’t up your iron intake without first consulting your doctor.
So remember to eat better and managing PCOS will follow.