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Foods that ease menstrual pains for women By Confidence Ugbosanmi 

The menstrual cycle is a natural phenomenon for womanhood. As they release blood every month, it depicts maturity and is healthy for them.

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But the menstrual cycle is a painful moment every woman wishes to escape from.

Dr Rohini Patil, nutritionist and founder of Nutracy Lifestyle, said: “Menstruation doesn’t hurt itself, but the cramps or other symptoms may be uncomfortable. During this time, girls should take extra care of their diet and sanitation.”

That is why a healthy diet will go a long way in managing cramps and other symptoms during the period.

Here are some food items women should take during menstrual pain:

1. Water

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Staying hydrated can reduce the chance of getting dehydration and headache, which are common symptoms of menstruation. Water is an important element in human life.

According to Nutritionist, nuts and dark chocolate is rich in magnesium and iron, which is good for body growth of a lady. Nuts are rich in n Omega 3 fatty acids and are a great source of protein.

Both are great sources of iron and protein, which you need to be adding to your diet. Eating protein is essential for overall health and can help you stay full for a longer period of time. It is rich in protein and Omega 3 fatty acids. Consuming iron will counteract the dip in iron levels while menstruating.

Water-rich fruits, such as watermelon and cucumber, are great for staying hydrated. Sweet fruits can help you curb your sugar cravings without eating a lot of refined sugars, which can cause your glucose levels to spike and then crash

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