With regular exercise and a healthy diet, PCOD can be kept in check!
A polycystic ovary syndrome diet chart is high in fibre and low in simple carbs
Follow a PCOD diet plan to track your meals and lower your weight with ease
When it comes to PCOD, food intake can be a challenge for many. Overall, the diet plan for PCOD patient should be high in fibre and low in carbohydrates, processed foods and junk foods.
Here is a PCOD diet chart for weight loss that will go a long way in helping you eat nutritious foods and bring your weight down.
|Monday||Wholewheat bread and egg white omelette with bell peppers||Vegetable and brown rice khichdi||Mix fruit bowl||Dosas (especially those made with oats, ragi and green dal) with roasted chana dal chutney|
|Tuesday||Ragi (nachni) porridge||Chapati with egg curry||Wholegrain bread with peanut butter||Brown rice, beetroot pachadi, dal|
|Wednesday||Peas poha||Dalia khichdi with veggies and dahi||Carrot and cucumber sticks with hummus||Chapati with low-fat paneer gravy, salad|
|Thursday||Oats chilla with veggies||Brown rice, sprouts sabzi, curd||Mixed millet cookies||Methi theplas, dahi, chutney|
|Friday||Onion tomato uttapam||Chapati, dal, bhindi, salad||Apple slices with peanut butter||Chapati with matar sabzi and dahi|
|Saturday||Tomato cucumber wholegrain bread sandwich||Chicken pulao and veg raita||Sweet potato tikkis with green chutney||Grilled fish/chicken with stir fry veggies|
|Sunday||Mix veggie paratha with curd||Wholewheat pasta or zucchini noodles with veggies or chicken||Bowl of makhana||Quinoa fried rice with veggies or chicken|
Additional Read: Guide to create a healthy diet plan
Now that you have an idea of the food you should be eating, schedule appointments with a gynecologist as well as a nutritionist in your city for a personalised weight loss diet for PCOD.