PMS Treatment Using Food Magic

PMS treatment - food that help and foods that don't.


Is PMS treatment possible using food voodoo?

Can it be done?  Yes!  Here's how...

 Find out what to scoff and what to not - if you are habitually hating everyone during those PMT red mist days.

pre-menstural-foodsYup! Enjoy true yumminess to blast away the blues, baby.

Yes, it's scientific!  Foods have been found by scientist to lessen the symptoms of PMS.

Here's a quote from one of the .gov report findings:

"Fruit consumption (OR 0.34, 95% CI 0.125–0.92; p < 0.05) was associated with a decreased risk of reporting behavioral symptoms. A high prevalence of PMS was reported among university students, with smoking and high calorie/fat/sugar/salt food consumption identified as strong risk factors for PMS. (source)"

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