His and Hers: PCOS Meals

#222: What are the biggest challenges with creating PCOS friendly meals that your partner also enjoys?

In this episode, we share how you and your partner can make mealtime a little easier, both for the experience (because this is like a bonus date night!) and also for your PCOS journey.

You’ll learn how we manage meal prepping and grocery shopping and how you and your partner’s meals can help towards your PCOS health goals.

This episode is for you if:

– You don’t have a lot of time and energy after work to cook PCOS friendly meals for you and your partner

– You want tips on how you and your partner can get started on cooking for your PCOS journey together

– You want to hear stories of how other Cysters and their misters navigate meal time successfully

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