Do you know what goes hand in hand with a healthy and balanced diet? Especially if you have PCOS?
Reduce your carbohydrate consumption, increase your carb intake, eat enough protein, eat healthy fats, practice mindful eating, limit processed foods and added sugars, exercise regularly, and manage your stress.
PCOS’s real cause is uncertain. Genetics may play an impact, according to data. PCOS is caused by a number of different causes, including Androgens (male hormones) at higher levels: The ovaries are unable to release eggs (ovulation) due to high testosterone levels, resulting in irregular menstruation periods.