12 Food Choices to Beat Menstrual Cramps

By | July 27, 2021
12 Food Choices to Beat Menstrual Cramps

In today’s video, you will see 12 foods that improve the menstrual cycle of a woman.

Something that many women don’t care for, but should, is their menstrual cycle. Did you know it tells a lot about a woman’s health?

Periods can be hard for some women, but certain foods can make it a little easier.

Knowing which foods help is the key to feeling better and more energized during your period. Did you know that?

Some foods intensify the uncomfortable symptoms, which only makes the experience worse.

The menstrual cycle has four phases, the pre-menstrual one happening a week before your period.

This is when your body knows that the uterine lining needs to be removed to restart the cycle. During this phase, women start feeling symptoms of PMS.

The symptoms that can be reduced or eliminated with the right foods are headaches, nausea, cramps, fatigue, mood changes and irritability, diarrhea, constipation, bloating, etc.

The menstrual phase makes your body lose vitamins and essential nutrients.

Eating nutritious and anti-inflammatory foods can help refuel your body and make you feel better.

Let’s check them:

0:00 Foods That Help with Cramps
1:12 Water
1:24 Lentils and Beans
1:32 Fruits
1:42 Dark Chocolate
1:55 Tea
2:03 Vegetables
2:18 Nuts and Almonds
2:29 Quinoa
2:40 Ginger
2:52 Flaxseed Oil
3:04 Tofu
3:15 Turmeric

Now, tell us, did you know the benefits of these foods for your period?


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