PCOS-related complications can be reduced with regular exercise, a high fibre and protein intake, probiotics, herbal teas, and omega-3 fatty acid-rich foods.
Sattu (roasted and ground barley or gramme flour) in the summer can be a great addition to the diet of those with PCOS. Given that people with this condition frequently experience bloating and constipation, this drink can be extremely beneficial.
Avantii Deshpande, a gut health expert and nutritionist, took to Instagram to share a healthy drink made of sattu and curd for people with PCOS.
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Summertime Benefits of Sattu
Sattu, a superfood made by dry-roasting Bengal gramme, is ideal for the summer season.
The cooling properties of the food protect against the harsh summer heat, and it can be eaten in a variety of ways. Sattu sharbat is very popular and can be eaten sweet or salted.
Sattu is high in fibre as well as other essential minerals, vitamins, iron, and calcium. It is a high protein source that can be quite filling and helps to reduce inflammation. Sattu has a low glycemic index and is therefore beneficial to diabetics. It promotes regular bowel movements and flushes toxins from the body.