PCOS / PCOD Management

Program Description :

    Polycystic ovary syndrome also known as PCOS, is a hormonal disorder common among women of reproductive age. Women with PCOS may have infrequent or prolonged menstrual periods or excess male hormone levels. The ovaries may develop numerous small collections of fluid and fail to regularly release eggs thus leading to a series of symptoms such as delayed/ no periods for prolonged time, acne, hirsutism, mood swings, bloating, weight gain to name a few.

    Luckily, it can be managed through Diet & Lifestyle modification. Diet plans in this program are customized and tailored to meet requirements of the individual. We work on creating your healthy habits in terms of diet and lifestyle and do not encourage use of any pills or powders. This is a very holistic approach which will require efforts and dedication from your side. There is no shortcut or quick fix to good health.

    Lifestyle changes are about creating healthy eating habits which does not happen over-night and hence do not expect miracles in a week or months’ time. You may not be completely cured of PCOS but we can definitely manage it through Diet & Lifestyle.

Improvement of PCOS symptoms through a PCOS management program by The Diet Therapy

Exclusive Program Features:

  • PCOS Management + Correction of nutrition status
  • Video / In-Clinic consultation with Dt Shweta.
  • Check up With Jr. Clinical Dietitian Every 5th day.
  • Follow up Consultation with Dietitian Shweta Every 10th day.
  • Customized diet & Lifestyle plans.
  • Support: Monday to Saturday from 9:30 AM to 6:30 PM on WhatsApp, Phone & Email.

End your struggles with PCOS here! Work with Dt. Dr. Shweta Shah Panchal and get your life back on track.

Hormonal changes are the fundamental cause of many issues women face today, says dietician Dr. Shweta Shah Panchal. With the increasing stress and sedentary lifestyle, changing eating habits, and FAD diets, PCOS/PCOD has become a prevalent disease among women, especially young women who ignore the importance of the factors leading to it.

Dietician Shweta from The Diet Therapy is a renowned PCOS specialist who assists you in recognizing the causes of your PCOS/PCOD condition and rectifying them from the root by making lifestyle and dietary changes.

Specific lifestyle changes, including a PCOS treatment diet plan, are considered the first-line treatment for polycystic ovarian syndrome in adolescent girls and women, according to PCOS specialist Dt. Shweta.

PCOS doesn't have to control your life. You can still live your best life despite the weight gain and other health problems it may cause. By losing weight and getting healthy, you can take back control and feel good about yourself again.

What is PCOS/PCOD?

PCOS, a polycystic ovarian syndrome, is a hormonal disorder affecting women of reproductive age. Women with PCOS may experience irregular or prolonged menstrual cycles and elevated amounts of male hormones. The ovaries may form multiple little collections of fluid and fail to release eggs regularly, resulting in various symptoms such as delayed/no periods for an extended length of time, acne, hirsutism, mood swings, bloating, weight gain, etc.

Dietician Dr. Shweta Shah Panchal assists you in taking charge of your hormonal conditions through aPCOD diet plan to reverse the symptoms.

PCOS Symptoms

According to the severity of PCOS, women suffer from some of the following symptoms.

  • Acne
  • Hair loss
  • Mood swings
  • Unwanted hair growth on the face, chest, and back.
  • Darkening of skin
  • Irregular periods
  • Excess weight gain
  • Pelvic pain
  • weight gain, notably around the stomach
  • Difficulties in conceiving
  • Enlarged ovaries’
  • High blood pressure
  • Diabetes
  • High cholesterol

Fortunately, it is manageable through dietary and lifestyle changes. The Diet Therapy programs are individualized and adapted to the individual's needs. We work with you to develop good habits by following the PCOS diet plan to lose weight and lifestyle, and we do not recommend using any pills or powders. This is a holistic strategy that will necessitate your efforts and attention. There is no fast fix or shortcut to excellent health.

Why is following a Healthy PCOS Diet Important?

PCOS diet plan contains essential foods that help as hormonal supplements. Shweta, says that diet influences PCOS in several ways, including fat regulation, insulin production, inflammation, and immunity.

Following a diet that meets an individual's nutritional needs, maintains a healthy weight, and raises good insulin levels may help people with PCOS feel considerably better. A nutritious diet can reduce the effects of PCOS from its root. Learn more about a PCOS meal plan.

How holistic treatment for PCOS Work in Diet Therapy by Dr. Shweta Shah Panchal

The best way to reverse PCOS is by dietary and lifestyle modifications. Dietary guidelines in this programme are individualised and matched to each person's needs. Instead of promoting the use of any pills or powders, we try to develop your good food and lifestyle habits. This is a really all-encompassing technique that will need work and commitment from your end.

The Diet Plan for PCOS Women

Foods to Avoid

The Diet Therapy has the PCOS diet plan specifying the food items typically viewed as unhealthy.

  • White and bran bread.
  • Sodas and energy drinks.
  • Margarine, shortening, and lard
  • Red meat

Foods to consume

Diets that may assist people with PCOS in managing their symptoms are as follows:

A low glycemic index (GI) diet:

Foods with a low GI are digested more slowly by our bodies, which means they do not cause insulin levels to rise as quickly as other foods, such as a few carbohydrates. Whole grains, legumes, seeds, nuts, fruits, starchy vegetables, and other unprocessed, high-protein meals are included in a deficient GI diet.

An anti-inflammatory diet:

Foods like berries, fatty salmon, leafy greens, and extra virgin olive oil might help reduce inflammation-related symptoms like weariness. It also helps with polycystic symptoms. The DASH diet includes vegetables, fruits, whole grains, fish, poultry, and low-carb dairy farm produce. The diet avoids eating foods high in saturated fat and sugar.

Nutritional guidelines for PCOS by Dt Dr. Shweta Shah Panchal

Individuals with PCOS may also benefit from lifestyle adjustments. Combining a PCOS diet plan with physical activity helps to improve insulin metabolism, lose weight, and reduce cholesterol levels.

  • The factors for PCOS using lab tests and blood work help you determine the type of PCOS.
  • Following the diet plan for PCOS curated as per your body type and condition assists you in overcoming inflammation, hunger attacks, and sweet cravings.
  • Paying attention to the food you are consuming and how well you are handling your stress are the essential points that we cover in our program.
  • Getting enough sleep is crucial to keeping your body and cortisol levels in check - aim for 8 to 9 hours of solid sleep every night. In addition to that, it's also important to meditate & do yoga, eat healthily, and get rid of negative thoughts to help reduce stress.
  • It's best to stick to whole foods rather than processed and canned foods since they're free from harmful artificial flavors, preservatives, and sugars, and they're closer to their unprocessed form.
  • Vitamin D and Calcium are considered to be some of the best foods for PCOS. By ensuring you're getting enough of these essential nutrients you can improve fertility issues, irregular periods, and other endocrine problems.
  • The right mix of carbohydrates, meal frequency, and Omega 3 fatty acids can help improve your energy metabolism and reproductive hormone regulation.

Exclusive Program Features

  • PCOS Management + Correction of nutrition status
  • The PCOS Roadmap for understanding your root cause and finding a substantial cure.
  • Video / In-Clinic consultation with Dt Shweta.
  • Check up With Jr. Clinical Dietitian Every 5th day.
  • Follow-up Consultation with Dietitian Shweta Every 10th day.
  • Support: Monday to Saturday from 9:30 AM to 6:30 PM on WhatsApp, Phone & Email.
  • Support: Monday to Saturday from 9:30 AM to 6:30 PM on WhatsApp, Phone & Email.

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