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Top 5 Breakfasts For PCOS

The key to having a happy blood sugar level is to start your day with a breakfast tailored to those with Political Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS). This means you want to have breakfast that does not interfere with your blood sugar level, but stabilizes it.

Protein is the key ingredient for having a happy blood sugar level in the morning. Experiment with eating protein in the morning and see how strong you feel throughout the day.

Eating more protein in the morning is a great way for people with PCOS to start their day. Try replacing your old breakfast with a two-week breakfast option and see how you feel. You should experience more energy, less mood swings and more stable energy throughout the day.

Here are 5 breakfasts for PCOS:

1. For starters dairy is a high quality source of protein and a great way to start the morning. Yogurt or cottage cheese is also a great choice; high in protein and healthy fat and low in sugar; provided you get regular yogurt. Be sure to check the sugar level in yogurt and go with the least sugar.

Try a yogurt bowl, with fresh fruit, nuts and low sugar granola or try low fat cheese with fresh fruit.

These are both great options, but notice how you feel after each one. Are you satisfied and for how long?

2. Eggs are another healthy choice; and a great source of protein. Be sure to eat whole eggs for the full benefit. The whole egg forms a complete protein. Have eggs, any style that suits you with some fresh vegetables. This can be a very satisfying meal. Enjoy.

3. Buters Nut can also be an excellent source of protein. Almond butter is one of the best. Try almond butter with sliced ​​apples or on whole grain crackers. This can be a very light but satisfying dish.

4. Shake protein is another good choice. Be sure to choose high in protein powder and low in sugar. Mix in some fresh berries, protein powder and any form of milk you use in the blender. Then drink and enjoy. This can be a sweet breakfast with no added sugar.

5. For a lighter breakfast, you can try beans (walnuts and almonds best) with some fresh fruit or a piece of fruit. Peanuts are a great source of protein and help you be happy for a long time. This is a great breakfast option.

Try this two week breakfast option and see how much better you will feel.

You should see energy spikes, weight loss and more stable blood sugar levels.

Examine these options carefully and see which ones will suit your daily routine in terms of how much time you have for yourself; or whichever trip is best for you. Just be realistic when making any dietary changes, and always make the right choices for your lifestyle.

Following the tips above after consulting your doctor and explain how you would feel.

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I think so and so do many PCOS patients that I am fortunate to work with.


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