This table provides an outline of foods that are low versus high glycemic. Notice the amount of fruits and vegetables that are listed as “High Glycemic” Foods. Are these foods bad for you? No, food is your pharmacy.
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If you have been diagnosed with PCOS, or polycystic ovarian syndrome, a PCOS diet plan is crucial for managing your condition. PCOS causes weight gain and also results in high insulin levels. By following a diet for PCOS, you can regulate your insulin levels and maintain your weight. It has been found that many women suffering from PCOS are resistant to insulin and this causes the pancreas to produce more insulin.