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  1. To Balance The Scales You Need To Balance Your Body Naturally

    Many of us may struggle to shed the extra pounds, but for woman with PCOS weight loss is even harder.

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  2. 4 Bad Eating Habits That Make It Harder to Control Your Weight with PCOS

    When it comes to losing weight, how you eat a meal may be just as important as the foods you choose to eat. It's not just bad food choices that lead to weight gain, but the manner in which you eat a meal.  Here are four bad eating habits that can wreak havoc with your best made weight loss plans.

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  3. Butternut Squash Soup

    Perfect for cold January evenings, this vibrant creamy and nutritious butternut squash soup boosts immunity, is anti-inflammatory and contains B vitamins and folate which are important for us ladies suffering with PCOS.  And if that’s not a good enough reason to go buy the ingredients right now, it’s also good for your digestion and your heart!

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  4. Avocado, Eggs & Toast

    This is definitely my favourite go-to recipe.  Avocado, eggs and toast combo works for me any time of the day – breakfast, lunch or dinner.  Eggs are especially perfect for breakfast if you are trying to avoid refined sugary breakfast cereals (a serious no go for those with PCOS) and are full of protein which should fill you up until lunch.  Coupled with the creamy avocado which contain high levels of vitamin E, iron and potassium and are said to help lower so-called "bad" cholesterol – this is the perfect guilt free snack.

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  5. Gaining Weight? It Could Be Your Ovaries

    Are you gaining weight even though you eat a healthy diet and exercise regularly? Don’t be so quick to blame it on a “bad metabolism”. There’s a health condition that affects almost 3.5 million women in the United Kingdom that not only causes weight gain and obesity, but also leads to hair loss, acne, and infertility – and it’s one that many doctors fail to diagnose in a timely manner. Here’s what you need to know about the elusive condition called polycystic ovarian syndrome.

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  6. Triple Berry Smoothie

    This is my absolute favourite smoothie and it’s perfect for those of us suffering from PCOS.  As a rule, I try to limit myself to 2 servings of fruit a day and try to keep it to berries and satsumas rather than apples and pears (which I miss terribly!).  Berries are some of the lowest GI fruits so feel free to mix it up with this smoothie.  You even get your daily dose of greens too!  It’s a great quick breakfast on the go or a nutritious afternoon snack

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