Having cereal for breakfast every morning could help make PMS less miserable, according to a recent study out of the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
By Zoë Ruderman
Researchers found that women whose diets are rich in thiamine and riboflavin, types of vitamin B, may be less likely to suffer from pre-period symptoms.
The scientists pointed out that loading up on those vitamins in the form of supplements didn't seem to do anything for PMS, though, so women should aim to get them in foods.
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Foods that are high in thiamine (also called vitamin B1) include fortified bread, cereal, and pasta, along with fish, nuts, peas, and soybeans. Having two to three servings every day of any of those foods is enough for most people.
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The daily recommended serving of riboflavin (vitamin B2) is 1.1 mg for women, which you can get by having a cup andRead More »from The New Way to Prevent PMS: Eating