PMS Relief Made Easy | A Little Bit Better With Keri Glassman

Uploaded by LivestrongWoman on 13.08.2012

Hey, I'm Keri Glassman, here with some quick and simple tips to help you feel just a little
bit better. Moody? Irritable? Bloated? We all know how that feels. Is it that time of
the month? Don’t go to your medicine cabinet, but instead head straight to the kitchen cabinet.
To combat PMS symptoms, stock up that pantry with these heavy B6 hitters: canned tuna,
salmon, chickpeas, as well as fortified cereals. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
published a study that found that B1, also known as thiamine and B2, also known as riboflavin,
in particular seem to be related to a lower incidence of PMS. We could all use that. You
can get your vitamin B1 from whole grains, nuts and beans. Vitamin B2, it's found in
eggs, dairy and leafy greens. This dynamic duo, also plays an important role in energy
production. To all the men out there: There's something here for you too. Vitamin B6 is
associated with brain function and memory. This is one of those occasions in which you
can just snack yourself smart. So remember: Upping your intake of B vitamins is another
way to feel a little bit better.