PMS is never fun. Between the bloating, the cramping, the cravings and the mood swings, it’s not exactly the best week of the month for any girl. While a pain reliever can be good for stopping cramps, and avoiding caffeine and sugar can help reduce the severity of your PMS (or worse, PMDD!) symptoms, did you know that there are actually foods you can eat to help with this dreaded time of the month? They may not entirely take PMS out of your vocabulary, but recent studies show they’re definitely worth trying!
Keep reading for three foods that are good for fighting PMS!
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