Gloriarty wrote:I don't have a gall bladder which makes processing fat in my diet difficult and a lot of ladies who have PCOS have an insulin resistance problem, so a low fat diet is good, but in most low fat food they replace the fat with fake sugars which for someone with insulin resistance doesnt help.
So if you are insulin resistant you have to avoid sugar and fake sugar... so low fat foods don't really do anything for you.
I'm not diabetic but the only diet I have found is one that is Low GI and the best way to stick to low GI is to follow a diabetic diet.
I can't do Atkins which would be the ideal way to go being insulin resistant because that is high fat and without a gall bladder that is hard to digest and quite uncomfortable.
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