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Diet Chef with PCOS?

#1
Hi everyone,

I'm considering trying Diet Chef, but I'm worried about being hungry between meals. I have PCOS, and therefore have insulin resistance, which means that I need to eat every couple of hours. When I'm hungry, I can't concentrate or think properly, which is a real problem for me as I'm doing a PhD and need to be able to think clearly throughout the whole day.

Has anyone else with PCOS had any success with Diet Chef?
 
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shep

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#2
Hi everyone,

I'm considering trying Diet Chef, but I'm worried about being hungry between meals. I have PCOS, and therefore have insulin resistance, which means that I need to eat every couple of hours. When I'm hungry, I can't concentrate or think properly, which is a real problem for me as I'm doing a PhD and need to be able to think clearly throughout the whole day.

Has anyone else with PCOS had any success with Diet Chef?
Hi there, i dont have PCOS so I cant comment, but I haven't been hungry when doing Diet Chef I am coming back to it soon as took a break for my 40th, but you have your 3 main meals and snacks in between.

The DC meals do allow for extra calories to be used on fruit and veg and snack just total up your calories through the day. The meal portions look small but they really fill you up and they are very tasty as well.

Good luck whatever you choose.;)
 

itsy

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#3
Hi everyone,

I'm considering trying Diet Chef, but I'm worried about being hungry between meals. I have PCOS, and therefore have insulin resistance, which means that I need to eat every couple of hours. When I'm hungry, I can't concentrate or think properly, which is a real problem for me as I'm doing a PhD and need to be able to think clearly throughout the whole day.

Has anyone else with PCOS had any success with Diet Chef?
With DC you have a 1200 cal plan or a 1500 cal plan, depending on your BMI..
So there's enough cals to eat snacks..its also low GI..and it really keeps you feeling full, try it for a week and see how
you get on..good luck:)
 


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