PCOS Natural and Dietary Treatment (Poly Ovarian Cysts)

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Most women suffer from poly cystic ovaries due to non-interaction of the ovaries with hormones leading to the production of several incomplete oocytes during each menstrual cycle instead of one, in addition to overproduction of the hormone androgen.


Because of the poly cystic ovaries and the imbalance of the hormones, most women suffer from overweight or obesity in addition to a number of the most common symptoms such as acne, facial hair appearance, high blood sugar and others.



However, women who have PCOS, especially when their symptoms are not controlled, are more likely to have the following diseases:


- Diabetic

- Hypertension



What is the effect of diet on poly cystic ovaries?



Carbohydrates and sugars are one of the most common foods that should be avoided by women who suffer from poly cystic ovaries because of the imbalance in the production of insulin, which works to burn sugar in the blood and this leads to the incidence of diabetes type II.


If the pancreas does not produce enough insulin, blood sugar levels can rise. This is also the case if the body is resistant to insulin, that is, it is unable to use the insulin it produces effectively and pumps more androgen.


Exceeding the body mass index of the normal rate may also cause insulin resistance, which requires the use of diet helps to lose weight and get rid of the problem of polycystic ovaries.


Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) Natural Treatment


Breakfast





Option 1 

2 boiled eggs + 1 cup of skimmed milk + some leafy vegetables

Option 2 

Quarter cup of boiled beans (with a teaspoon of oil and sour) + a cup of lemon juice + paper vegetables + a cup of coffee or tea without sugar or milk.

Option 3 

2 slices of brown toast + skimmed cheese + paper vegetables + cup of coffee or tea without sugar




Lunch



Option 1 

Grilled chicken breast + vegetable salad

Option 2

A piece of salmon or tuna + vegetable salad

Option 3 

100 grams of fat free meat + vegetable salad





Dinner





Option 1 

Dish of grilled vegetables

Option 2 

Vegetable salad

Option 3 

1 cup skimmed milk + 2 slices of brown toast




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