Beating PCOS with Food: Your Ultimate Guide to a Healthy Diet in Noida

This article provides a detailed guide for women in Noida who are looking to manage their PCOS symptoms through diet. It covers the foods to eat and avoid, meal planning, and tips for sticking to a healthy eating plan.

Dr Uma MIshra

4/12/20231 মিনিট পড়ুন

PCOS women Diet Chart
PCOS women Diet Chart

Recommended Low Glycemic Index Diet Chart for Managing PCOS:

A low glycemic index (GI) diet can be helpful for women with PCOS (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome) as it helps to regulate blood sugar levels, which can in turn help to regulate hormone levels. Here's a sample low GI diet chart suitable for Indian women with PCOS: 


  • Oatmeal with almond milk, topped with fresh berries

  • 2 boiled eggs with a slice of whole wheat toast and a side of avocado

  • Moong dal chilla with mint-coriander chutney

  • Vegetable omelette with whole wheat toast

Mid-Morning Snack:

  •  A handful of unsalted nuts (almonds, walnuts, and pistachios)

  • A small bowl of fruit salad (avoid high GI fruits like bananas and mangoes)


  •  Brown rice with lentil curry and mixed vegetable salad

  • Quinoa salad with roasted vegetables and feta cheese

  • Whole wheat roti with palak paneer and a side of raita

Afternoon Snack: 

  • Carrots and cucumber sticks with hummus

  • Roasted chana or makhana


  • Grilled fish with stir-fried vegetables and brown rice

  • Masoor dal with mixed vegetable curry and whole wheat roti

  • Chicken or tofu stir-fry with brown rice and mixed vegetables

Bedtime Snack:

  •  A small bowl of low-fat yogurt with berries

Remember to avoid high GI foods like white bread, white rice, sugary drinks, and processed foods. Instead, opt for low GI foods like whole grains, legumes, vegetables, fruits, and lean proteins. Also, make sure to consult with a Gynecologist before making any significant changes to your diet. Dr Uma MIshra, Gynecologist in Noida and her team can help you in deciding on various management options for PCOS including treatments, food and exercises.