Great to know.I’ve had many complaints about my PMS
A new study was released yesterday (2/26) that found an association (NOT a cause-and-effect relationship, that’s a whole different ball game) between non-heme iron, zinc, and PMS.
- Non-heme iron is found in plants like beans and leafy greens as opposed to heme iron which is found in meat.
- Zinc is found in crab, fortified breakfast cereals, lobster, baked beans, yogurt, different types of nuts or seeds, and oatmeal. That’s a lot of different types of foods and apparently one of the best sources is oyster, but who eats a ton of oysters?
- PMS, aka premenstrual syndrome, is basically why girls get cranky around that time of the month. Symptoms run the gammot from different bodily aches and pains to feelings of depression and/or anxiety.
In a 10 year study looking at about 3000 women (long duration and high numbers of participants=good chance of a valid study and findings) it was…
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