Suffering with PCOS? These Are The Best Breakfast Options For You!

Women experiencing Polycystic Ovary Syndrome or PCOS are often asked to make lifestyle changes to manage this hormonal disorder better. Whether you are facing a delayed menstrual cycle or have been recently diagnosed with PCOD, it can help to make ongoing changes such as exercise in your daily routine and putting some changes in your diet.  Some of the following breakfast recipes have been designed to be gluten-free, dairy-free, and high protein in nature. We hope they make your journey to balancing your hormones a happy, tasty one with healthy habits.

   1. Gluten Free chila using Bajra flour with aloo palak

While you may have seen your fair share of fancy recipes that help manage PCOS, the unfamiliar ingredients may have made it tricky to prepare daily. So, here we bring you a healthful recipe that needs no fancy ingredients for your morning breakfast. All that you need is, bajra flour, tomatoes, spinach leaves, onions and other common kitchen ingredients such as ginger, potatoes and green chillies. The best part about this nutritious meal is that your whole family can enjoy it, and it won’t take you longer than 30 minutes to cook it. 

   2. High Protein and fibre-rich poha with Sattu powder

This recipe is perfect for you if you want to consume high-protein foods for breakfast instead of carbs. Not only does this high-protein breakfast aid weight loss, but this instant poha upma is a treat for your tastebuds. It has peanuts, poha, onions, sattu powder and plenty of fibre, which will help lower your cholesterol. In addition, it is gluten-free and vegan; it is also ideal for people with thyroid issues and will keep you stuffed for a considerable period of the morning.

   3. PCOS diet-friendly Guacamole Chicken Salad

One of the important reasons people urge to start their mornings with a guacamole-laced dish is because Avocados are considered the best food for women with PCOS. They are an excellent addition for they contain healthy unsaturated fatty acids that balance hormones and control ovulation. You can have this salad for breakfast or between meals as it is full of protein and packs a punch of flavour.

   4. Dairy-free Oats for PCOD

Many believe that one of the healthiest things people can have for breakfast is a bowl of oatmeal with some milk and berries. If you consider going dairy-free, you might want to replace the milk with its substitute. You can have a look at this recipe for dairy-free oats with almond milk and flax seeds packed with Omega 3 fatty acids that will help you restrain your hormones with every delicious taste. 

Disclaimer - The texts with tips or advice mentioned here are only for generic information, but not for a substitute of medical advice. Before applying any advice or tips, you should consult a respective doctor or expert. ATT is not responsible if you have any bad impacts on your health.

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