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Raw foods alleviate PMS symptoms and shorten period duration

Posted November 14, 2013

According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, at least 85% of menstruating women have at least one PMS (premenstrual syndrome) symptom in conjunction with their cycle. But Jessica, who adopted a raw food lifestyle, is not one of these women.

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Acupuncture proven to decrease dysmenorrhea, painful PMS

Posted March 20, 2013

Acupuncture can significantly reduce the pain and duration of the painful pre-menstrual cramping condition known as dysmenorrhea, a number of studies have found.

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High iron intake may help to protect against PMS: Study

Posted March 2, 2013

Women who consume a diet rich in iron are up to 40% less likely to develop PMS than those who consume low amounts, say researchers.

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Iron Intake May Help To Protect Women Against PMS

Posted February 27, 2013

Women who reported eating a diet rich in iron were 30 to 40 percent less likely to develop pre-menstrual syndrome (PMS) than women who consumed lower amounts, in a study reported this week by researchers at the University of Massachusetts Amherst School of Public Health and Health Sciences and Harvard. It is one of the first to evaluate whether dietary mineral intake is associated with PMS development.

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Minerals studied for relieving PMS

Posted February 27, 2013

Researchers may have found a natural remedy for pre-menstrual cramping, bloating, fluid retention and other symptoms. Scientists from University of Massachusetts at Amherst and Harvard found women who consumed iron in the form of supplements or from plant-based foods were 30 to 40 percent less likely to develop PMS later in life, compared to those who consumed the lowest amount.

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Amazing bee products that cure and protect

Posted April 30, 2012

Honey Bee pollen, propolis, and Royal Jelly are considered super foods. There are those who swear by their rejuvenating and energizing benefits. And there are some who dismiss those claims while mentioning allergic reaction dangers.

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