I found this meal plan which is supposed to be good for us PCOS girls.
2 hard boiled eggs + 1 sliced peach + 2 slices whole wheat breadÂ OR
Western Omelet, made from:Â 1 whole egg + 1 egg white or Â½ cup egg substitute +Â Â½ ounce shredded cheese (optional) +Â Â¼ cup red and green peppers +Â Â¼ cup onions +Â 2 tablespoons salsa +Â Orange zest
1 cup carrots OR
Â½ cup grapes OR
Vegetable salad, made from 2 cups lettuce +Â 1 cup other vegetables (such as onions, peppers, tomatoes, carrots, and celery) +Â Â½ cup chickpeas +Â Â¼ cup feta cheese (optional) +Â 1 tablespoon oil and vinegar dressing ORÂ
Small slice whole wheat pita bread +Â 3 ounces canned tuna Â +Â Â½ cup celery+Â 2 tablespoons light mayonnaise
Mini shawarma, made from a small slice of whole wheat pita bread +Â Â¼ cup of cabbage +Â Â¼ cup of carrots +Â Â½ cup of chicken breast strips (skinless) +Â Â¼ cup of tomato sauce
6 oz plain or light yogurt OR
2 tablespoon slivered almonds OR
1 apple OR
Â Green Smoothie (made from celery, cucumbers, apples, and optional light yoghurt) OR
Trail mix, consisting of 2 tablespoons of nuts (peanuts, cashews, almonds, or walnuts) +Â 2 tablespoons dried fruit
4 oz. baked salmon +Â 1 cup steamed mixed vegetables +Â Â¾ cup brown rice OR
ChickenÂ Salad, made fromÂ 2 cups mixedÂ vegetables +Â 1 tomato +Â 2 ounces grilledÂ chicken breast +Â 2 tablespoonsÂ light vinegar dressing OR
Pasta Special, made fromÂ 1 cup whole wheat pasta +Â 3 ounces chicken breast +Â 1 cup steamed broccoli +Â 1 teaspoon olive oil +Â 2 tablespoons grated parmesan cheese (optional)
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