Foods to #Binge during your menstrual cycle

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Periods can be a very tough time in any girl’s life and we are constantly looking for ways in which we can ease the pain. Many of you don’t realize that the food we eat can play a big part in how your periods will go. So, listen up ladies! Here are a few foods that can help you stay healthy and deal with your menstrual cramps. 

Dark chocolate 

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Talk about a food that you want an excuse to eat, here now you have one more reason why you should have dark chocolate. One of the main reasons for the popularity of dark chocolate is that it is great comfort food and during your periods all you need is comfort food that is rich in antioxidants, so yes, dark chocolate has got your back. 

Oatmeal 

Oatmeal is a food that should always be in your diet due to the fact it is extremely beneficial for your health. When you’re on your period you need things that are good for your health and oatmeal provides a healthy dose of calcium in the hour of need. It is also rich in vitamin A and B which is a great comfort for your stomach. 

Citrus 

We don’t want you to go overboard with chocolate so here is an alternate option for you. It is well known that foods that have citruses like orange, lime, or lemon can be the thing that you need in case of mood swings and when you’re on your period you can expect many mood swings. You need things that will make you feel better and citrus can be just that. 

Watermelon

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Watermelon is just the sweet delight that you need during your periods. It is very important for you to stay hydrated during your periods as they can cause severe dehydration. Watermelon is a fruit that is rich in vitamins and will not cause dehydration in these situations. 

Also read: Yoga for the times when you are on your menstrual cycle

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