Help Regulate Your Period by Consuming These 5 Foods

Did you know that you could help regulate your period just by eating well? Being able to predict when menstruation comes-a-knocking means you’ll always be properly prepared for it. Irregular periods can become a concern if there are underlying health problems plus, they’re generally a drag to deal with. Having normal cycles is also paramount to couples who are trying to get pregnant! That’s why it’s important to supply your body with food ammunition that encourages and supports regularity.

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I have to admit, I was a pretty lucky girl. My periods were always light and only lasted a few days. But I had friends that dealt with the heartache of heavy bleeding for many days at a time. There's no doubt that women have a lot of extra stuff to deal with!

If you're struggling for some normalcy, why not take a look at your diet! What you eat and what you don't eat plays an important role! See if you can squeeze at least some of these foods into your meals so you can get back to doing the things you love! When you can help regulate your period, you've got nothing to lose and everything to gain!

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5 Foods That Help Regulate Your Period

  • Fatty fish such as tuna, mackerel, and sardines are an easy way to consume more omega 3 fatty acids. They're important because the blood vessels in your ovaries are minute and susceptible to poor circulation. Smoking, obesity, and high cholesterol may block hormones via blood flow. Fish oils help open up blocked vessels and keep the blood flowing normally. This in turn helps promote regularity.

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  • Foods that contain bright colors are rich in nutrients that also help regulate your period. Avoiding white foods like flour, sugar, potatoes, bread, pasta, and rice is key. These types of foods disrupt a normal cycle by creating insulin surges that result in fat storage. Excess fat can negatively affect normal ovulation.

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  • Proteins that come from plants, (like nuts, cheese, eggs, hummus, anchovies, and edamame), are especially good for enhancing fertility and hormonal balance. The better balanced hormones are, the more regular menstrual cycles will be, according to Dr. Booth in 'The Venus Week'. It's not always easy to get all the protein you need but it's a must-have if you're having menstrual problems.

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  • Did you know that ample amounts of vitamin D can help assist menses? Foods that contain good amounts are found in fortified dairy products, eggs, and some fish such as cod and tuna. Vitamin D improves the communication between the cells, which helps to stabilize hormonal flow.

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    Remember too, that if you have a problem consuming dairy products, you can always get more vitamin D from the sun! Just 10 - 20 minutes during the hottest part of the day (a couple times a week) can boost supplies nicely!

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  • Chocolate that contains at least 70 percent cocoa solids are known yo enhance blood flow. Flavoniods found in dark chocolate are known to promote estrogen-like activities that improve circulation by reducing the clumping of blood platelets. These gems also enhance micro-circulation in the ovaries and endocrine glands. But don't overdo it! Just a small piece of dark chocolate every day is all you need.

    There's another way to help encourage a normal menstruation passively. It takes a little time for it to be effective so be prepared to take it slow and easy.

    Using Castor Oil to Help Regulate Your Period

    Rub your belly/abdomen down with castor oil, then place an old T-shirt or thin towel over it. Then place a hot water bottle (or heating pad on low) on top of the shirt and cover with a thick towel to help hold in the heat.

    Do this daily for an hour (while reading or watching TV) for a few months, then gradually reduce the frequency to twice a month. Claudia Welch, author of 'Balance Your Hormones, Balance Your Life', says "your period might become heavier or more painful, but that’s just stagnation clearing from the uterus".

    *Don't do this near or during your period though.

    Your hormones are tricky! Its hard to supply them with everything they need in the world today because our food has been tainted with chemicals and additives that BLOCK or destroy food nutrients. Check the sources of your food with a passion if you want to regulate your period successfully!

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