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Can I take milk&rice  in pcos diet & how to reduce stress.. Please suggest something for better result
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Avoid milk and soya products in PCOS but you can have milk products like curd and buttermilk. Include yoga and aerobics in your daily routine. Drink 4 litres water in a day. Take hibiscus tea twice in a day. Avoid fried and junk food. Do your body analysis and get better results. For more detail consult me directly on Practo.
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Hello, Depends. Milk should not be completely prohibited in pcos it depends on various factors. Contact me online for personalised nutrition.
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Hello Very important in pcos is reduce stress and start yoga and meditation. Take proper sleep for 7-8 hours. I need your diet schedule so 1 st i have to check your whole diet then only i can tell you that you can eat milk and rice
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Hello user .. Pcos is not caused by taking rice and milk so you can freely take both the products as they are natural according to your height your weight is also not an issue ... You should follow some workout routine.   And try and add some flax seed powder in your diet .... Consult me if needed
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Due to pcod avoid certain vegetables like broccoli, cabbage, spinach, beetroot, cauliflower, sprouts, radish etc. Change ur life style and eating pattern follow healthy diet, exercise and walk early morning and evening. Take high fiber food in ur diet. Add more fruits and vegetables in ur diet. Add plenty of water. Small and frequent feeding should be included in your diet.
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Better if you can avoid milk and rice .you need to take high fiber low fat diet followed by detox diet. Drink lot of water everyday. Take small and frequent meals at regular intervals. Avoid outside food completely. Ask me directly for customized diet plan for you.
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Choose direct consultation for detailed conversation about your meals and nutrition
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Hello dear. After examining the reports only, we can prescribe any thing. SEE,PCOS is not a disease ,it is an syndrome means having many other disease Like Diabetes Thyroid High cholesterol .Irregular period . Excess facial hair And many more HOW WE TREAT PCOS and  other disease caused due to PCOS thru diet . Balancing your hormones and increase your fertility. . Treating the deficiency , symptoms and disease cause due to pcos . Diet for getting into shape Many more Before prescribing any thing ,we need some health information like Vitals,health parameter, physical activity, family history, occupation, daily routine and any many.so ,if you want to contact ,please contact us thru the link below
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Contact me through practo direct consultation for further information surely help you.
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