Have you been told fruit is bad for PCOS?
Many women have, but is this true?
The short answer, in my humble opinion, is absolutely not!
Yes! Apples for PCOS, I say!
Fruit contains natural sugar, yes. But they also contain fibre, which helps to moderate blood sugar fluctuations and are chock full of wonderful, healing nutrients. One of my favourite fruits is the apple. Red, golden delicious, green, Johnny Smith’s, my husband’s fav. is the Pink Lady. So much variety and so much taste!
Let’s delve into the top 5 benefits of this gorgeous, easy-to-get fruit.
1. Low-Calorie Tasty Treat
2. Apples Pack a Nutrient Punch
3. The Fantastic Benefits of Fibre
5. Help To Reduce Disease Risk
The gorgeous cinnamony taste combination!
Cinnamon has been proven to be wonderful for balancing blood sugar levels, super important for women with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome. Either cut your most beloved apple into pieces and sprinkle some cinnamon on top for a good daily dose.
From PCOS to perfect health, with love,
P.S. To discover the telltale signs of insulin resistance (IR), the tests you MUST have to not have this important diagnosis missed and the top 7 strategies to tackle IR, read this post now.
P.P.S. If you experience heartburn from eating a raw apple swap to the cooked version. It’ll often help and tastes wonderful with some healthy fat, protein-rich walnuts 🙂