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What are the contraindications to the diet of polycystic ovary syndrome?
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The diet of patients with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is one of the important alternatives to the management of patients. The diet is fully reflected in the weight loss and maintenance, and the control of insulin levels is also very helpful.
So what are the contraindications to the diet of polycystic ovary syndrome?
What food can I eat on a daily basis?
Foods that should be avoided in polycystic ovary syndrome 1. Foods with high glycemic index high foods with high glycemic index will lead to a rapid rise in blood sugar levels, while insulin levels will adapt to changes in blood glucose levels, in general, thoughFoods with a high glycemic index have a better taste, but are generally high in calories and lack nutrients.
For example: rice, mashed potatoes, muffins and cakes.
2, the intake of dairy milk will lead to an increase in insulin ketone levels, milk contains a protein, will limit the delivery of normal insulin ketones in the body, insulin ketone can not be used in a timely manner will lead to elevated levels, if PCOS patientsTestosterone levels have improved and dairy-specific conditions are even worse.
3, soy sauce products When it comes to controlling diet, the first thing that comes to mind is soy sauce.
Soy sauce is closely related to supplemental ovulation. Although there is no particular study showing the relationship between soy sauce and PCOS patients, it does not imply that women with PCOS consume soy products, especially women who want to become pregnant.
Polycystic ovary syndrome foods to eat 1, green leafy vegetables green leafy vegetables in each calorie contain more nutrients than other foods, they lead to trace elements such as iron, calcium, potassium, magnesium, vitamins K, C, E and moreKind of vitamin B.
Vitamin B plays a very important role in controlling the symptoms of PCOS. It is reflected in the metabolism of sugar and aunt, thyroid function and hormone balance. Compared with other factors, vitamin B plays an essential role in the control of PCOS.
2, micro-fibers, vitamins, minerals and nutrients in fruit and fruit, can become the diet part of PCOS patients.
A large number of women with PCOS do not want to increase the fruit, worry that the blood sugar level of the fruit will rise and raise the level, and at the same time, the fruit is very helpful in providing a large amount of nutrition for PCOS patients, so try to eat some blood sugar.Fruits with low index or nuts can help control the rise in blood sugar caused by eating fruits.
Fruits with low glycemic index are: cherry, plum, grapefruit, apple, pear, dried apricot, grape, coconut, kiwi, orange, dried plum.