PCOD and PCOS are common conditions among many young girls and women these days, and it can be attributed to an increasing change in lifestyle and eating habits. Irregular periods, diabetes, infertility, acne, weight gain, oily skin, migraines, excessive hair growth, and other symptoms are frequent in these diseases with no known cause. Hormonal changes in the body and other underlying conditions can worsen the condition if not treated carefully. The best way to tackle both these conditions is by eating healthy and following an active lifestyle. Weight management plays a major role also.
Healthy habits to fight PCOD/PCOS:
• Eat anti-inflammatory foods like berries, leafy greens, olive oil, etc.
• Include more high-fiber foods in your daily diet
• Avoid fast food and oily, fried items
• Healthily lose weight and maintain an optimal body weight
• Avoid red meat
• Avoid sugar
• Eat more seeds
• Workout regularly