Help PMS with Vitamin B-rich Foods

I am willing to try just about any natural remedy for PMS; therefore, I found this article to be very helpful. I am going to give it a try this cycle and see what happens;

"I am sure I am not the only one with problems that time of month so here it goes: women who eat vitamin B-rich foods like spinach and fortified cereal can cut their risk of PMS by a quarter, according to a study reported by Reuters. The same was not true for women who took vitamin B supplements.

Thiamine and riboflavin are two of the many kinds of B vitamins. The study does not mean that thiamine and riboflavin themselves stave off PMS; it's possible, for example, that women who eat more of the vitamins also have other habits or characteristics that have an effect.

Still, women who might be concerned with getting PMS "might want to evaluate their diet and make sure they're having a reasonable (amount) a day of thiamine- and riboflavin-rich foods," said Elizabeth Bertone-Johnson, associate professor of public health at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst..."


This article may be helpful for ladies with sensitive monthly periods. It is good to know that some addition to your diet can facilitate the process. God bless you.

Thanks so much Marcie! I definitely have severe PMS and the first day of menstruation is excruciating. So, I have been working to change my diet and implement foods that can help lessen my PMS symptoms.