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Herry Jim | healthadviser
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Insulin is the hormone

Jul 17th 2014 at 9:15 PM

-Insulin is the hormone responsible for transporting blood sugar into the cells where it is used for energy. The resistance is when cells do not respond to the usual amounts of insulin. As a result the body starts to produce more insulin than usual, causing unwanted effects of PCOS.

Thus, lower levels of insulin and enhance insulin sensitivity is the object of the diet. In fact, it has been demonstrated that proper diet is as effective or better in restoring achieve ovulation.

Low Glycemic Impact Diet to Control SOP

Weight loss is another important goal of the diet. Small weight losses can improve all symptoms of PCOS, including the restoration of fertility.

A diet low glycemic impact achieved both purposes: weight loss and regulation of insulin levels in the blood. This does not eliminate carbs, but choose foods that keep blood sugar levels stable blood. The glycemic index (GI) is an indicator of the level at which raise blood sugar carbohydrate foods after consumption. Refined flours, foods high in sugar and some starchy vegetables (potatoes, cassava, etc...) Are those which tend to raise blood sugar more? Foods rich in fiber (whole grains, no starchy vegetables, and some fruits) are those that are absorbed more slowly and avoid steep slopes. The glycemic load of food reflects the potential elevation of blood sugar in relation to the amount of carbohydrates the food contains.

In summary: Replace refined flour and sugar foods high in whole grains, legumes and non-starchy vegetables.

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