the risk of PMS.
How does it work? Recent research discovered that women with a higher intake of vitamin B1 and B2, experience few to no symptoms.
On the flip side, here are some big diet don’ts
While shifting levels of hormones estrogen and progesterone (which can also lead to a decrease in serotonin in your brain) may tempt you to drown yourself in a pint of Ben & Jerry’s, experts suggest you opt for whole grains.
Consuming excessive amounts of that sweet cane can trigger PMS symptoms.
Reduce unsightly bloating by cutting back on salt. Though this may be a challenge considering anything and everything that comes in a bag, box or bottle contains sodium, this is where making healthy lifestyle choices comes into play. Reach for something colorful like the fruits and veggies I mentioned above.
Although there’s no substantial research backing this, some experts claim drinking large amounts of coffee can worsen PMS symptoms altogether.