Category Archives: PCOS Recipes

My Turmeric and Ginger Tea Recipe

turmeric and ginger tea with cinnamon

In 3 Common Spices that Reduce Inflammation, I highlighted some of the benefits of both Turmeric and Ginger for fighting inflammation and more. Turmeric, especially, seems to be the latest superfood due to it’s anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant, brain-boosting properties. You can easily add turmeric, both fresh and ground, to your cooking but one of my favorite…

DIY Healthy Crockpot Vegetable Stew Recipe

crockpot vegetable stew recipe

In my last blog post (Healthy Crockpot Dinners), I praised the wonder that is the crockpot or slow cooker for healthy, cost-effective meals. I wanted to include a healthy vegetable stew recipe but, rather than give you exact ingredients, I thought I would give you a basis for your recipe and offer lots of ideas…

Healthy Crockpot Dinners – the Perfect Winter Antidote

healthy crockpot dinners

Last weekend, I visited my sister at her new home. As I walked into the kitchen, I was hit with the wonderful smell of a rich beef stew cooking in the crockpot (or slow cooker as we call them in the UK). I had almost forgotten about this simple pleasure (due to traveling a lot)….

“PCOS Diet for the Newly Diagnosed” Review

PCOS for the Newly Diagnosed

If you follow PCOS Matters on Facebook you will have seen me mention a new-ish book that has been released called “PCOS Diet for the Newly Diagnosed – Your All-In-One Guide to Eliminating PCOS Symptoms with the Insulin Resistance Diet” by Tara Spencer. As promised, I read it and here is my video review of…

Low GI Pancake Recipe

A few weeks ago I shared a video on the Your PCOS Diet Facebook page from Tasty at Buzz Feed, which showed how to make nutritious pancakes. All 4 recipes are relatively Low-GI (as long as you’re careful with your choice of topping) and are a great idea if you crave pancakes. I love pancakes…

My Top 5 Favorite Low GI Snacks

low gi snacks

I want to start adding some of my favorite recipes to the PCOS Matters blog. “Recipes” is a fairly loose term in this post as these are some of my favorite Low GI snacks. They require little preparation; most of them can be eaten in their raw form. My Top 5 Favorite Low GI Snacks…