Did you know? Both the red and white onion contain the flavonoid quercetin, an antioxidant that might protect you from heart disease, stroke and certain cancers. Concentration of the flavonoid is greater in the dry, outer layers than the inner layers of the onion. And the red onion has higher amounts of quercetin than the white onion, according to the National Onion Association. Red onion has also anti-fungal, anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. Women with PCOS have a higher risk of ovarian cancer so eating red onion may be a good food to have in your pantry for fighting PCOS! … click to read more
When perusing a menu, it can be difficult to always know how things are being prepped back behind closed doors in the kitchen. This is part of a series in teaching you more on how to cook and prepare your food for optimal health.
Since we know that in this day and age, we all lead fast-pace lives and enjoy the social and convenience of eating out, we thought it would be important to review how you should request your food to be prepped as it…
Summer is here and it’s time to fire up your grill! Here are five PCOS-friendly burgers to enjoy! Remember, gluten-free is the best option. Put your burger on a full … Continue reading 5 PCOS-friendly Burgers to Grill
There are so many things I love about this No-bake Chocolaty Protein Goji Berry Granola Bite recipe! You know all those seeds you can use in the Life Changing Cracker recipe … Continue reading No-Bake Chocolaty Protein Goji Berry Granola Bites
There’s something about eating a flower from a healthy plant that just makes you want to smile. It’s yellow, warmed and grown by the sun and will make you want to … Continue reading Lunch: Caesar Salad with Salmon and blooming Broccoli Florettes
If you are consuming less than 5 cups of salad a day, your body may be under-nourished. Did you know that we need about 4,700 mg per day of Potassium to … Continue reading How much salad should you be eating each day?
Dinner: Wild Caught Pacific Salmon! We seasoned ours with a little bit of garlic rub, chopped up fresh basil and German basil from the garden, then lemon slices and lemon … Continue reading Dinner: Lemon-Basil Salmon + Quinoa + Green Beans
Take a few moments and watch this video to learn about how sugar (and hidden sugar) affects your ability to lose weight. As Dr Eric Berg suggests, get more potassium … Continue reading Why our recipes at PCOSbites steer clear of refined sugar
When I saw that I could get a big ‘ol bag of carrots at Sams for around $3, my mind instantly began turning thinking up ways to make my crew (and … Continue reading Breakfast or Snack: 2 Carrot Muffin Recipes Face-off
It’s time for our next “Eat THIS instead of THIS”! Check out the following infographic on why you should be swapping out that white rice for quinoa! And that includes reading … Continue reading EAT THIS INSTEAD OF THIS: Quinoa vs. White Rice
Snack: Beat that sweet craving with these sweet and good for you Dark Cherry Pops! You’ll need 2 cups of frozen cherries, 1 cup of dark Black Cherry Juice, and … Continue reading Snack: Sweet (Sugar-Free) Dark Cherry Popcycles
Lunch: Tossed Romaine Lettuce with red and yellow sweet peppers, feta, #raw pumpkin seeds, #gojiberries , topped with fun-spiralized carrot and a dollop of sun-dried tomato hummus to the side. … Continue reading Lunch: Tossed Romaine Salad with Hummus
Today’s dish is a result of me getting in the test kitchen sort of mood, as I decided to make lemon-aide from lemons you might say — or in this case, … Continue reading Snack | Side Dish: Gluten-free Fried Green Tomatoes