What is PCOD/PCOS?
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Do you find it difficult to lose weight? Our team of skilled nutritionists and dietitians is committed to assisting you in achieving your weight loss objectives in a healthy and long-term manner. We are aware that every person’s body is different and that weight loss calls for a customized strategy. Because of this, we create your diet plan to suit your specific requirements and tastes. We offer a positive, individualized diet that is based on scientific research and an approach that is successful for your symptoms of any kind of therapeutic condition.
How Does PCOD/PCOS Affect Women?
Getting pregnant can be tricky for them because of hormone issues. In short, PCOD/PCOS can change how a woman's body works, affecting her periods, looks, and chances of having a baby. Women who consume foods that are heavy in sugar, starch, and saturated fat and who are inactive are more likely to develop PCOS or PCOD. These foods can sometimes lead to an increase in blood sugar levels in the body and could reduce the capacity of cells to absorb blood sugar.
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Patients with PCOS crave sugar. This is a result of elevated insulin levels. A pancreatic hormone called insulin aids in the use of glucose by cells as an energy source. PCOS women who are insulin-resistant may have a sweet tooth.
Fruit contains dietary fibre, water, vitamins, and minerals. Fructose sugar is found in fruit. Consuming fruit increases insulin and blood sugar levels.
When you fast intermittently, you can only eat from a set time in the day (for example, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.). A calorie deficit caused by intermittent fasting helps people lose weight and reduce insulin resistance, according to conflicting evidence.
Weight gain is a side effect of PCOD/PCOS. Our goal for weight loss in PCOD/PCOS recipients is often 3 to 4 kg each month. Every person is unique, though; some may lose more than this while others can only drop two kilograms per month. Therefore, after reviewing the whole medical and nutritional history, we often decide the aim.