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Best Foods to Cure All your Lady Problems

Besides menstrual cramps, there are a lot many other health-related troubles that a woman experiences. Here are some dietary changes that will help you combat them.

Women's Health By Vasudha BhatApr 02, 2015

Healthy Diet for Women

Every now-and-then, we keep coming across health benefits of eating certain kind of foods and we keep skimming through such pieces of information to combat our most irritating daily problems. Here is some more help which will let you fight all your lady problems. From insomnia to menstrual cramps, here we tell you the best foods available to fight all these.

Menstrual Cramps

This happens to be a popular concern among women. As soon as aunt flo comes your way, cramps follow. However, you could prevent the pain by eating a plant-based diet, high fiber and low fat diet, whole grains, vegetables, legumes, nuts, seeds and fruits.


One of the common symptoms that women experience during their menstrual cycle is constipation. To fight this problem, eat yogurt, beans, chia seeds, oats, papaya and water.


Demanding jobs, long working hours, hectic lifestyle and poor eating habits can lead to sleep deprivation. However, you can fight it all by including pineapples, oranges or bananas in your diet.


Beating the factors which cause stress can be difficult, but having essential nutrients that can beat the stress does not ask for a lot. Eat asparagus, fish and blueberries regularly to keep stress and anxiety at bay.


Headaches are a common part of our lives. Instead of popping a pill instantly, try a cup of coffee or black tea or have spinach for dinner.


Bloating is another common symptom which most women go through during their menstrual cycle. Asparagus, coffee, black or green tea, lemon, cucumber, avocado, banana and papaya must be included in the diet to fight bloating.

Muscle Aches

Banana, avocado, tart cherries, blueberries, ginger, turmeric, nuts, leafy greens, broccoli and sweet potato are best foods which will help you fight muscular pain.

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