Can a person with PCOS eat high GI foods like dates and raisins?

Dates and raisins both have low glycemic index (GI) values and can safely be eaten by people with PCOS. Low glycemic index foods resist spikes in blood sugar levels. Some studies have shown that eating foods like these may help relieve PCOS symptoms.

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Josie Burridge
Nutritional Epidemiology and Biochemistry
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