This is my first baby and I have been praying that me and my partner have a baby. I thought I would never have kids because I have been diagnosed with PCOS and after 2 years of trying I found out I was pregnant around 3 weeks ago. I am 8 weeks into my pregnancy and I was just wondering how I can improve my lifestyle and improve my insulin resistance. Ways I have been thinking of working around this problem is by: A) Walking my dog more often. B) Not eating after 6pm but the thing is I wake up late. If I eat breakfast and go back to sleep will this store the fat in my body? I eat cereal in the morning and I am trying to eat veges in the morning and buying weightwatchers food to help me with my diet. C) I am going to try and eat oatmeals and more fruit, drink more water to help me. D) I tend to snack a lot so I am thinking of eating carrots and the white part of the egg if I get hungry. Any ideas of what other snacks I could eat. E) Less sweets. F) Having less caffeine. G) Do I need to sleep earlier because I am a student and sometimes I can't get to sleep till 2-3am. H) Is it ok to drink fruit juice? I bought a just juice which said it had 50 percent less sugar but I checked the back and it said it had 10mL of sugar. Is that ok to to have or should I avoid having this at all? I) Last but not least it said to not drink cold drinks and have hot drinks because it breaks down food faster. But sometimes I end up having cold drinks instead of milo with sugar and isnâ€™t that just as bad anyway? Am I doing the right thing? For people who have knowledge in this area could you please help me and let me know if I am on the right track. :nope: I am a mother to be who is worried sick about her pregnancy. P.s. This year I have been getting my period regularly though and my PCOS isnâ€™t as bad as other peoples because I would get it between 2-3 months and I havenâ€™t been using any medication such as Metformin to conceive. Please advice me on this.