Best Places in San Antonio for PCOS
Are you a female struggling with PCOS?
Do you live in San Antonio and feel totally lost about where to go in your free time?
Maybe you’ve got the routine at home mastered. If not, definitely reach out to me! I am happy to help with that.
And, in the meantime be sure to check out my top choices in San Antonio, Texas for women with PCOS.
Social outings can make taking care of your PCOS hard.
You might notice that how you like to spend your time has completely shifted. Or in order to stay healthy, past activities are not in alignment anymore.
The purpose of this blog is to inspire you and support you in making long-term changes for PCOS. I am also a firm believer we should enjoy our lives and not live in a bubble world. So I do hope this post helps to bridge the gap for you!
I’ve spent quite a bit of time sitting in traffic on I-35 to get to and from San Antonio from Austin. For those of you who live in Texas you might be cringing even just reading the words I-35.
Favorite Activities in San Antonio for PCOS
Starting the day with a long stroll at the River Walk.
Getting some movement in first thing in the morning is great! Especially when you are outdoors. Exposure to natural sunlight and being immersed in nature is beneficial for hormone and metabolic function.
Stopping for a late morning coffee or juice from Revolucion.
Something I educate women a lot on is having a caffeine a little bit later in the morning after eating breakfast, instead of first thing. This is important for blood sugar and cortisol levels. It can also make you feel less jittery and other side effects from coffee.
Swinging by a Farmer’s Market
San Antonio, like Austin (where I live)… has a great selection of farmer markets. I might be biased, but I do think farmer markets are tons of fun. It is a great way to connect with real, whole foods. Ditch any diets around PCOS! Reconnect with food, your community and what’s in season!
Finish the Day with Dinner
After a full day of activities, we definitely want to make sure we get in a balanced and high quality dinner. Don’t forget about breakfast and lunch too 🙂
One of my biggest values is supporting the conservation of this earth. One way we can do that is to connect with more local and seasonal foods. Pharm Table does a wonderful job in highlighting this. In addition, you can find nutrient dense meals.
Eating out doesn’t have to totally throw you off!
Did this inspire you to feel better and really get in control of your PCOS?
I have an even better guide with foundational and easy to implement strategies for managing PCOS. Check out the Healing Guide for PCOS!