Have you ever heard someone suggest eating bananas for PMS pain relief?
It’s a notion that keeps popping up in my world from time to time. So I thought it was time that we explore it a little further. But first an update…
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PMS pain relief? Read Carefully…
I’m running low on fruit now and must carve out time for a trip to the grocery store in order to replenish supplies tomorrow. Well, I’m sort of getting bored with the grapes although they do add sufficient sweetness to the smoothie. And serve well to balance out any bitterness from the kale.
One of the things I’m learning is that variety is essential when making a lifestyle change. I notice the same thing when I go on exercise binges. I’ll exercise religiously for a month, maybe a few, inevitably get bored with a routine, and then fall off the wagon completely.
Although I wasn’t able to make my breakfast blast yesterday, I don’t really consider it falling off the wagon just yet since an impromptu change in schedule really did prevent me from the routine I’d established on day #1 of the juicing challenge (as opposed to just deciding not to make a blast that day).
Why Banana is Natural PMS Pain Relief?
One of the fruits I definitely plan to make a regular mainstay of my breakfast blasts is bananas. Turns out that bananas are one of nature’s superfoods for a multitude of reasons. Of particular interest to ladies who suffer from premenstrual syndrome (PMS for short) is that we would do well to incorporate it into our daily diets.
It’s a known fact that bananas contain vitamin b6, which is said to regulate blood levels and positively affect one’s mood. Not only that, they are loaded with potassium, folic acid, iron, calcium, zinc, and fiber.
It is recommended that women take in 1.3 -1.5mg of b6 daily, yet a banana only delivers approximately 0.7 milligrams of b-6. So eating a banana at mealtimes (or between each as a mid-meal snack) seems like it would take care of the daily dosage. Although one woman over at the popular forum 30 bananas a day has adopted a radically different approach. Eating a banana is one of the best Pms pain relief home remedies.
For more foods that naturally fight PMS pain, Stomach pain relief, or Back pain relief visit this link. You’ll soon discover that bananas for PMS pain relief aren’t your only options.
And if you don’t have time to eat 30 bananas, you could always use willow bark for instant natural pain relief.
Do you have a natural food to help fight your PMS pain relief? If so, share it with us in the comments below…until next time…Be well 😉
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