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New feature: 10 PCOS-friendly foods you can order online

The other day it was brought to my attention that had a pretty extensive grocery section on their website.

I liked a lot of the items they were selling and it occurred to me that highlighting some of them from time to time would be a way to provide a virtual grocery store tour for those of you who do not have the ability to attend one of our live classes or counseling options.

I also wanted to create options for the many people reading this blog who live outside of the United States who do not have access to many of the shopping options we have here in our own country.

I did, in the process, become an Amazon associate, but truthfully, I have done an equally good job of providing this new service if you only click through to look at the photo and don't buy. It's about becoming more confident in your food choices, and this seemed like a fun way to promote that.

I do, as a small business, have more of a desire to promote other small businesses, so the emphasis will be on products created by companies who have put as much of themselves into what they do as I have with inCYST.

From time to time I'll post some suggestions for your consideration. There are some great options out there, and I hope you enjoy learning about them!

Bergin Nut Company Almonds Whole Raw, 16-Ounce Bags (Pack of 2)
All nuts are great, and you'll get the best benefit if you vary the types that you eat.

KIND Bar Fruit & Nut Delight, 1.4-Ounce Bars (Pack of 8)
Kind Bars are one kind that are as bare and natural as you'll be able to find.

Amish Country Baby White Popcorn — 2lb.
Be sure to pop this in olive or canola oil.

Traverse Bay Dried Cherries, 4-Pound Box
Tart cherries contain melatonin, which you'll read about a lot on this blog. Great to throw into your oatmeal or trail mix.

Traverse Bay Dried Cranberries, 4-Pound Box
Another high antioxidant option for snacking!

KIND Bar Macadamia & Apricot, 1.4-Ounce Bars (Pack of 8)
Of the kind bars, this is the one with our favorite nut--very high in monounsaturated fats and very high on the"healthy" scale.

Just Tomatoes Just Strawberries, 4-Ounce Tubs (Pack of 2)
I love these snacks! Again, use for trail mix or keep in your desk to eat right out of the container.

Mary's Gone Crackers, Original, 6.5-Ounce Boxes (Pack of 12)
Crackers are the hardest category to find PCOS-friendly options in. Here is one of my favorite brands.

Bare Fruit 100% Organic Bake-Dried Apples, Fuji, 1 Pound Bags (Pack of 2)
If you like dried fruit, take advantage of it!

Seapoint Farms Dry Roasted Edamame, Lightly Salted, 4-Ounce Units (Pack of 12)
Edamame is one of four kinds of soy that is best for PCOS. It's a great, high protein snack or salad topping.

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New feature: 10 PCOS-friendly foods you can order online + women's health tips