Meal Planning Platform – How It Works
Put Your Diet on Autopilot
Carefully Developed PCOS Recipes
All recipes are gluten-free, dairy-free and genuinely low in sugar. Not just low in “added sugars,” or other qualifiers that often trip up people trying to improve their diet, but actually low in fructose (from any source).
I’ve been frustrated many times in the past by recipes that provide unclear ingredient quantities. I mean, how many ounces are in a “bunch” of kale, how big is a “head” of cauliflower, or how many cups are in a pound of something? I don’t want to have to pull out a set of kitchen scales or look things up when I’ve got to whip up a recipe for the first time with a hungry family waiting.
With this in mind, all my recipes use both practical quantities such as cups, spoons, heads, stalks, number, bunches, etc., as well as weights, wherever this makes things clearer. Users can select either U.S. imperial or metric units making the recipes equally useful wherever in the world you live.
I provide a pre-populated plan where I’ve thought through what nutritionally looks like an ideal combination of nutrients and fiber. This is intended as a start-point only and you can make as many changes as you like, adjusting servings as you go. Alternatively, you can also develop your meal plan entirely from scratch, following the general guidance provided in the Program. I’ve found it impossible in the past to provide a single meal plan that suits everyone, and this way, all Program participants can customize the perfect meal plan to suit their individual preferences.
Recipe Index & Search Functionality
For those who have food allergies, you can exclude recipes that contain ingredients you want to avoid. Recipes can also be searched for by ingredients, prep time, recipe complexity, or by cooking method i.e. croc