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Nutrition tips to ease the symptoms of premenstrual Syndrome - By NUTRIHEALTH

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Some of the tips to ease the symptoms of premenstrual syndrome by NUTRIHEALTH. Learn how a diet can play an important role in alleviating these and other symptoms of PMS.

Some of the tips to ease the symptoms of premenstrual syndrome by NUTRIHEALTH. Learn how a diet can play an important role in alleviating these and other symptoms of PMS.

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  • 1. Nutrition tips to ease the symptoms of premenstrual Syndrome<br />Bloating, cramping, and fatigue experienced the week or so before your period are often due to fluctuating hormones. Diet can play an important role in alleviating these and other symptoms of PMS.<br />   * Avoid trans fats, refined sugar, and salt. Sugar worsens mood swings and salt worsens water retention and bloating.<br />   * Cut out caffeine and alcohol. Both are known to worsen PMS symptoms, so avoid them during this time in your cycle.<br />   * Limit red meat and egg yolks as they can cause inflammation. You may want to try sticking to vegetable proteins like soy and nuts, to see if it helps with your symptoms.<br />   * Try cutting out dairy. Many women find relief from symptoms when dairy foods are eliminated from their diet. For some, improvements occur when they switch to hormone-free, organic diary products.<br />   * Add essential fatty acids to you diet. Omega-3 fatty acids have been shown to help with cramps. See if eating more fish or taking fish oil or flaxseed oil supplements eases your PMS symptoms.<br />

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