As we previously mentioned in the PCOS and Hair-growth blog; women with PCOS need to keep their hormones at healthy levels to reduce the symptoms and discomfort that comes with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome.
- Natural & unprocessed foods
- High fiber foods: broccoli, artichoke, lentils, avocado, vegetables, pears, almonds
- Dark leafy greens: kale, spinach, collard green, mustard greens
- Dark fruits: blueberries, tart cherries, red grapes, strawberries, cranberries
- Dried beans: lentils, kidney beans, and other legumes
- Healthy fats: olive oil, avocado, coconut, sesame oil,
- Nuts: almonds, pistachios, walnuts, pine nuts
- Dark chocolate: 75% and up. The best is 90% dark chocolate
- Spices: turmeric, cinnamon
- Citrus: lemons, limes, oranges
- Water: 8 to 12 glasses of water a day
The lack of water causes fatigue, headaches, joint aches, and other complications. Another point to look out for is eating natural vitamin-C. If your vitamin-C food intake does not suffice, choose a daily multivitamin that will keep you healthy. Keep in mind that a higher level of vitamin-C can be healthy, but always check with your doctor before taking over the counter supplements.
While you are checking with your healthcare provider for PCOS and diet; Texas Laser Clinic of Plano, TX, can assist you in hair removal treatments. Please call our office at (972) 334-0222 to schedule your next appointment.
Rassin Roshan, Digital Marketer at Texas Laser Clinic, Plano, TX.(972)334-0222