Certain food sources can boost your intake of nutrients that can reduce unpleasant effects for PMS:
An excellent source of magnesium, which studies show can help reduce bloating from premenstrual fluid retention. 1 Cup of the cooked veggie delivers roughly ½ the recommended daily intake of the nutrient for women.
Research shows taking ginger during the first 3 – 4 days of the menstrual cycle may help decrease pain.
3. Nutritional yeast
Higher intake of plant-based iron has been associated with a lower risk of premenstrual syndrome. Grains, unless they’re fortified, are typically low in the mineral… But, amaranth is naturally an excellent source.
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