Your PCOS-friendly diet and lifestyle starts here! Let’s show you around…
From delicious beginner-friendly recipes to free resources and actionable guides, you’ll see that eating PCOS-friendly foods doesn’t have to be overly complicated or bland.
“MAKING CHANGES TO MY NUTRITION AND PRIORITIZING PCOS-FRIENDLY FOODS HAS BEEN LIFE-CHANGING FOR ME…”
I’m here to help women manage their PCOS with food, nutrition and lifestyle shifts so that they can stop the PCOS struggle, take control of their symptoms and finally start feeling like themselves again (because relying on the Pill is not the only option!).
Let’s Talk Food…
Healthy PCOS-Friendly Food & Recipes For Everyday Life
Eating for PCOS is about prioritizing and eating more real, whole foods that will nourish and help heal your body, reduce inflammation, stabilize your blood sugar and insulin levels and balance your hormones (while eating less of the foods that are overly processed, trigger inflammation in the body and send your blood sugar on a rollercoaster ride every day).
Browse some of these PCOS-friendly favourite recipes or get started with my 3-Day PCOS-Friendly Meal Guide.
My goal with each recipe and resource I publish here is to show you that eating for PCOS doesn’t have to be overly complicated, inaccessible or boring. I want to inspire you to eat more PCOS-friendly foods (in the most delicious ways), to get into the kitchen and make your own food (homemade is always best) and to ACTUALLY ENJOY the foods you are eating.
My cooking style (and therefore the recipes you find here) prioritizes tons of flavour (bland and boring food is the worst!) and PCOS-friendly foods and ingredients (these will nourish your body and your periods) while not spending too much time in the kitchen (I want to enjoy making my food but also have time to do the other things I love so I make it as simple and easy as I can).
If you try one of the recipes, I would love to know about it! Leave a comment on the recipe post and be sure to share a picture on Instagram using the tags @alwaysnourished.
PLEASE NOTE: Many of the recipes on this site were created before Always Nourished became PCOS-focused. This means that they may contain ingredients that I would not consider to be PCOS-friendly (ie. lots of added sugar or pro-inflammatory ingredients). However, because these recipes remain popular with longtime readers I’ve decided to keep them in the recipe archives. Please look for the note at the top of the recipe post if browsing through the recipe archives or consult The Always Nourished PCOS-Friendly Foods Cheat Sheet for more information on PCOS-friendly foods.
Let’s help you get started…
Take Your First Steps Towards a PCOS-Friendly Diet and Lifestyle
I truly believe that the best way to start managing your PCOS naturally and taking control of your symptoms (without having to rely on all the meds) is to get serious about your nutrition and the foods you put into your body.
Let’s Work Together…
Begin Your PCOS Freedom Journey
It is possible to manage your PCOS with food and lifestyle shifts (because relying on the Pill is NOT the only option). This is why I want to invite you to learn more about my PCOS Nutrition & Wellness programs, so you can start living life without the PCOS struggle.
More About Becca and Always Nourished
I’m the creator of Always Nourished, founder of PCOS Freedom School and the holistic nutritionist, recipe developer, food photographer and gal with PCOS helping women struggling with PCOS manage their symptoms and unpredictable periods with food, nutrition and lifestyle.
As someone who has struggled with symptoms for years, I know how frustrating PCOS can be. It wasn’t until I finally decided to make my health a top priority and got serious about my nutrition that everything began to shift for me – I actually started having predictable monthly cycles (where I ovulated and everything!) and my other symptoms like acne, anxiety, fatigue and cravings improved and I finally felt like me again.
That’s when I discovered that the Pill was NOT the only option and that I wouldn’t have to rely on it to manage my PCOS.
You can read more about me and my PCOS journey here or discover the four steps I took to reverse my PCOS here.