PMS And A Woman's Nutrition
While not discounting the severity of anyone's PMS symptoms, it is quite likely that many women would see a dramatic decrease in symptoms merely by improving their nutrition. It is estimated that on any given day, 1 in 4 American families will dine out at a fast food restaurant for dinner. Beyond exercise (a whole different topic), we highly
recommend two factors: 1) Dr. Nathanial Perricone's Anti-inflamation Diet, and 2) a diet that benefits from a generous amount of soy.
Dr. Perricone's book can be seen on the left, and information about Soy can be found below. Don't be fooled by the term "Weight Loss" in the title of the book. Dr. Perricone's diet is ideal for the PMS woman, it just so happens that weight loss is a nice side effect.
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Natural PMS and PMDD Products
We believe that the starting point to finding relief from PMS symptoms is consuming natural products. We are not promoting any company, joining a company in order to purchase high priced products, or anything of that nature. We are constantly looking for Natural, Organic, and Healthy Foods that will help you. Below is our growing list of products and resources we have found helpful for women suffering from mild to severe pre-menstrual symptoms.
Revival Soy Products - For the full benefits of soy isoflavones, you would need up to 6 servings of soymilk per day. Chances are, drinking 6 cups of soymilk with up to 24 grams of fat and a lot of calories doesn't sound too appealing. Well, we agree and came up with a better solution. Revival's patented, natural concentration means just 1 Revival bar or shake = the soy isoflavones found in 6 cups of a typical soymilk — without the soy taste and with up to 90% less fat.
Are You Getting Enough Soy - Research shows that eating the proper amount of soy is needed to get the full health benefits. An international panel of leading soy experts recommends up to 160 milligrams of soy isoflavones per day for full benefits.* The FDA states that 25 grams of soy protein per day, with a diet low in saturated fat and cholesterol, may reduce the risk of heart disease.
Want Are Some of the Benefits of Soy?
- Weight Loss
- Energy & Workouts
- "Smart-Carb" / Low-Glycemic Index of Soy
- Menopause, Perimenopause & Postmenopause
- PMS/Menstrual Health
- Vaginal Dryness Related to Menopause
- Cholesterol/Heart Disease
- Bone Health
- Hair, Skin & Nail Health
- Breast & Endometrial Health
- Diabetic Health
- Memory Health
- Antioxidant Health
- Prostate Health
- Colon & Digestive Tract Health
- Kidney Health
- Thyroid Health
- Fertility Health
We highly recommend Revival Soy for their research, integrity, and quality of their products. Visit the
- The #1 Doctor-Recommended Soy Protein Supplement
We believe that better health and relief from your PMS or PMDD doesn't need to be complicated. That is one of the reasons we recommend Revival Soy. There are certainly other products, like Glyconutritionals, that are very good, but we have shifted to Revival Soy for 2 reasons:
- Several nutritional products are tied to a network marketing (or MLM) type company. While they have good
products, we want to distance ourselves from them.
- The Soy products are readily available, less expensive, and no problems with interactions with any meds
or diets you may be on.
We invite you to go to the Revival Soy site and read through their research, testimonies, Doctor information,
etc. We then invite you to try it for yourself.
This web site is intented for educational purposes only and should not substitute for the care of a medically trained physician.