Tips for Women


A healthy diet for women.

Due to fluctuations in hormones, many women experience bloating, cramps, and fatigue for a week before menstruation. Diet can play an important role in facilitating these and other symptoms of PMS (premenstrual syndrome).

— Avoid trans fats, refined sugar and salt. Sugar affects the mood swings and salt retains water and stimulates bloating.

— Avoid caffeine and alcohol. Both are known to worsen the symptoms of PMS, should be avoided during this time.

— Limit red meat and egg yolks, as they can cause inflammation. You can try to stick to vegetable proteins, such as soy and nuts.

Try to give up milk. Many women feel relieved to be excluded from the diet of dairy products. For others, the improvement comes when they go on hormone-free organic milk products.

— Add to your diet fatty acids. It has been proven that Omega-3 fatty acids relieve spasms. Try to eat more fish or take fish oil or flaxseed oil.

Think about vitamin supplements. For some women, effective daily intake of multivitamins with magnesium, vitamin B6, and vitamin E.


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