PCOS Diet Plan

First and foremost, the PCOS diet plan is not a fad diet, it will not result in a twenty pound weight loss overnight. However, it will allow your body to begin the process of getting healthy!

If you make the commitment to do the PCOS diet plan, which is part of a lifestyle change you will lose weight, regain your energy, and your PCOS symptoms will decrease. It's absolutely possible as I've done it! Following this simple, yet effective lifestyle. I don't consider it a DIET, but my way of life.

Your PCOS diet plan for weight loss, will start with a raw food cleanse that you will follow for two weeks. A few benefits of a raw food cleanse are:

  • Reduce your cravings for unhealthy food, especially sugar

  • Increase your energy

  • Lose weight

  • Detoxify your body

  • Improve your health

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The Cleanse

The first two weeks of my PCOS diet plan consists of a raw food cleanse. There are countless benefits to consuming raw foods.

By cleansing, you rid your body of the toxins and chemicals that have impacted your health and negatively effected the way your body functions.

With a fresh start your body has the ability to heal itself. Your task is to give your body the vital nutrients it needs to start healing.

A diet rich in raw fruits, vegetables, nuts, grains, and seeds is rich in vitamins and antioxidants. Since, you aren't cooking your produce it also has a cleansing and healing effect to your body.

You won't be hungry during the cleanse, as you are allowed to consume as many vegetables as you want. Although, make sure you realize the point that you are full compared to being stuffed.

So, what can you eat? It's really very simple, you can eat as many leafy, green, non-starchy vegetables as you want, fruit, eggs, nuts, and seeds.

After Week Two and Beyond

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So, after completely the first two weeks a definite congratulations is in order! You should be feeling significantly better, more energy, less cravings, and you've probably lost a few pounds.

I think it goes without saying, however, just to be clear. Since, you have finished the first two weeks of the PCOS diet plan does not make going back to your old eating habits expectable, healthy, or worthwhile.


  • Eat a healthy balanced diet full of vegetables and fruits.

  • Three small meals a day and three healthy snacks.

  • Eat lean protein, I prefer fish and chicken.

  • Only eat limited complex carbohydrates no more than two servings per day.

  • Eat only hormone free diary and meat products.

  • Try to eat as many organic fruits and vegetables or produce that is grown locally as possible.

Do Not...

  • Drink any soda, reduce your caffeine consumption to no more than two cups a day.

  • Consume alcohol, your body is unable to effectively process it.

  • Consume any processed carbohydrates such as white bread, cookies, chips, etc.

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