PCOS and getting pregnant
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PCOS divas: Eat like a hobbit! (Well, sort of...) Be sure to snack between meals, you should eat every 2 to 4 hours to keep your blood sugar stable so you don't "crash." :) I recommend keeping nuts in your purse at all times, protein is your friend! Almonds are my fav!