adjust and be able to wean yourself off the craving for sweets and sugary food.
vegetables, and other high fiber foods. You’ll feel fuller, more satisfied, and have more
ingredients instead of canned goods, and avoid fast food meals.
such as whole fat yogurt, with low-fat versions that are packed with sugar or artificial
sweetener to make up for the loss in taste.
sugar and around 150 calories. Switching to diet soda isn’t the answer, as artificial sweetener
can trigger sugar cravings that contribute to weight gain. Instead, try switching to carbonated
water with lemon or a splash of juice.
you much longer, helping you eat less.
feeling drained and craving unhealthy foods.
nuts, vegetables such as carrots, celery, and tomatoes, and fruits such as apples, berries,
citrus fruits, and pears.
veggie stir-fries or fruit salad.
soups and stews by adding barley or lentils.
as milk, yoghurt, cheese, and leafy green vegetables—play in relieving PMS symptoms.
retention and bloating.
leafy green veggies, and dried fruit can help ease the symptoms of PMS.
cramps. See if eating more fish or flaxseed eases your PMS symptoms.
supplementing with magnesium, vitamin B6, and vitamin E may help relieve cramps.