Diet for Your Period

Diet plays a large role in determining hormonal and menstrual health. Each person’s needs are unique. No one diet fits everyone, but there are some useful guidelines. The Cycle Diet is nutrition therapy for any woman looking to improve her wellbeing while living with the natural fluctuations of the female hormones. Certain foods can make your menstrual cycle regular! If you experience painful periods, try to take a healthy diet.

You may want to know that how long you need to be on this diet. There is no unique answer. It depends on what your overall health is like. I would never recommend going back to a poor nutrient deficient diet. Generally, women need at least 3months on the new diet. If you are always on a little again and again, you can try five to six months.

If you really can’t cut down your favorite but unhealthy food, like chocolate, you can eat a little. Remember, just a little, and then continue again the next day with the healthier plan. You should do that consciously, plan treats for yourself, rather than furtively react to that “damn diet”.

Here are some foods that promote your health. The champions are whole foods and minimally processed foods, brown rice, brown flour, tofu and fermented foods. Sarsaparilla – contains progesterone. Ensure you’re getting enough calcium. It could reduce depression, irritability and anxiety. Legumes like lentils, kidney beans, chick peas, haricot beans, lima beans, black-eyed beans, black beans, split peas are very good nutrient food. By coupling seeds and nuts with a grain, you have a complete protein.

Most vegetables are rich in vitamins and minerals. For women with menstrual problems, root vegetables and the green leafy varieties are beneficial. Vitamin B6 is sometimes recommended, Vitamin E could be helpful. Fresh fruit is a good source of vitamins and fiber. Remember to cut out alcohol, which would be very helpful. Seaweeds are an excellent source of iodine, calcium and iron; they can also help prevent damage to tissues from chemicals, heavy metals, and certain types of radioactivity.

Now begin to change your painful periods with the suggestions above, if you have any good advice, come and share with us.
Sabung Ayam
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