PCOS is a metabolic disorder that affects 5 – 7.5% of all women. This diet restricts your intake of carbohydrates like sugars and starches (breads, pasta, etc.) and replaces them with protein and fat. Put simply, the idea that all carbs are fattening is a myth. Recent studies have shown that following a calorie and fat restricted diet for long periods of time can have very negative side-effects on your body. However, if the amount of fat is more than 5-10 percent of the weight of the liver, fatty liver disease is probably present. Any sugar that is added to food while it is being processed or refined is also a simple carb. Another factor that impacts carb consumption is what type of food your carbs come from.
“Beets sound a little bit funny, because a lot of us don’t really incorporate them into our diet or think of them as a go-to when we look for a carbohydrate or a vegetable, but there’s a ton of research coming out about beets and how they can improve performance