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This simple PCOS meal plan will give you an introduction to low carb eating for PCOS. You’ll find easy recipes with macros and a grocery shopping list for the week.
PCOS Meal Plan
What exactly is a PCOS Meal Plan? This meal plan is an introduction to low carb cooking. A low carb diet or a ketogenic diet is the perfect way to control PCOS.
I have been following a low carb ketogenic diet for the past 5 years and my PCOS have been in remission ever since. My favourite part about following a low carb diet is that it makes all of your female and male hormones normal again, thus clearing out all of my facial hair! Check out my PCOS facial hair guide for more information!
This low carb meal plan is only 7 days long, but it gives you the opportunity to explore what a low carb diet can be like. Some may think that it’s quite restrictive, but it’s really not! You’ll love making these low carb recipes as they are all easy and delicious.
This PCOS meal plan includes:
- a weekly calendar of all the recipes
- all of recipes with exact measurements and instructions
- a picture for every meal
- nutritional information for every meal, snack, and end of the day total
- a grocery list for every single ingredient that I use with their measurement
- a low-carb snack list with nutritional information based on what serving you want
- every recipe is under 55g net carbs and between 1200-1800 calories per day
- a contact/follow page with all of my information
I have included some of the recipes that are already on my blog in there, but most recipes aren’t on the blog or a combination of different meals!
Possible Ingredient Substitutions
I’ve gotten quite a few comments asking for substitutions for some ingredients. Here are the most common substitutions you can use.
Can’t eat salmon?
Use any other kind of fish or meat. I love to use salmon because it’s so fatty and delicious. Try to use another fatty fish or fatty piece of meat.
Can’t eat avocado?
Just sub for another vegetable or eat a little fat bomb like some sugar free nut butter or coconut butter.
Can’t eat bacon?
Just switch for turkey bacon, non-pork sausage or any other piece of meat.
Can’t eat cheese?
Just skip it, it’s just there to add extra creaminess and fat.
Can’t eat shrimp?
Just swap for another kind of seafood, fish or meat like chicken thighs or chicken breast.
Leave a comment below if you liked this meal plan and would want to see more! I love all of your support and if I can help in any way, please help me know! If you don’t understand something in the meal plan, shoot me a message and I’ll help you as fast as I can!