Got PCOS and don't know what to eat? Or perhaps you do but don't understand why?
There is a lot of information out there so if you've began to research diet for polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) you've probably got the idea that it involves limiting sugar and eating low-glycaemic foods. But do you know why you need to do this, how to do it and what results to expect? It can really help to have these questions answered. If you'd like to know the answer to these questions, plus some of my top tips to help you make the change successfully, jump on over to this post that I've written on the Brunswick Health website.