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Period cramps? Don’t worry! Foods to help you ease up the pain.

Period cramps are one of the many annoying things that come along each month. We are here to help you better cope with the most painful and annoying aspects of both PMS, and your period, here in this blog we pulled together the foods that can either help or hinder your hopes to ease up your pain.

We listed out the best foods to eat during your period:

  • Bananas:

One of the leading sources of potassium bananas is rich in B6 and other vitamins that affect blood glucose and help boost your mood.

  • Yogurt:

Yogurt is a source of calcium that can help to reduce PMS and relax muscles, it also contains live cultures which promote healthy digestion. 

  • Whole grains:

Whole grains are an excellent source of magnesium, which reduces muscle tension. In addition to this, they have Vitamins B&E that helps to combat fatigue and depression.

  • Chocolate:

All women crave chocolate during their periods that is no surprise. Dark chocolate is high in antioxidants and magnesium to help ease cramps and especially mood swings.

Dark chocolate has been linked to improvising cardiovascular health and as an excellent stress-buster. It contains many healthy chemicals that improve your mood.

  • Tea:

Cold and raw foods can be difficult for our bodies to digest, tea also gives us the warmth which our bodies need tremendously. Teas are the best to go for because caffeine can worsen cramps and PMS significantly.

Tea contains properties that help reduce the tension that leads to anxiety and irritability.

  • Oats:

Oats are also one of the best sources of dietary zinc, it is essential for women who suffer from painful periods. Zinc supports the health of women’s eggs and reproductive systems. 

Moreover, it contains Vitamin B6 can help relieve bloating and boost your mood.

  • Fish Oil:

Fish oil has Omega-3 Fatty acids that can help significantly with menstrual pain. If you maintain a daily intake before and during your period, you have a good chance of lessening both pain and discomfort.

  • Red meat:

Your body’s iron levels drop when you have your period, and this can cause you to feel sluggish or light-headed.

What is your favorite food or craving that you have during your period? Mention it in the comment box below.

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