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Transform your food habits to improve your health

PMS getting you down? Migraines making your life hell? Often the problem lies in your diet and the foods you eat. Find out how changing your food habits can improve your health

foods you should and shouldn't eat if you want to avoid daily ailments

In today’s world health is a real buzz word and everywhere you go you can’t avoid the latest spill from experts. Food is a massive part of keeping healthy and you can’t fail to see the articles that say you can’t eat this or you shouldn’t eat that. It can all seem quite overwhelming and leave you wondering if there’s any truth in all the talk. Whilst I wouldn’t believe everything I read – and everything in moderation is always a good idea – some foods can certainly help or exacerbate a daily ailment. In this article you’ll find how changing your food habits can relieve your health ailment.

If you suffer from PMS

Premenstrual syndrome or PMS as its commonly known is a woman’s nightmare. Aching boobs, erratic mood swings, cramps and bloating are no fun and can make you a nightmare to be around one week every month. If you eat a normal, balanced diet with limited junk food you’re less likely to suffer with PMS as your body has the right elements it needs to run efficiently. As well as keeping to a regular diet there’s other ways you can help alleviate PMS by changing your food habits

bright berries can reduce pms symptoms

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Acid reflux

Heartburn may be fairly common – but that uncomfortable burning sensation is no one’s ideas of fun. Heartburn is typically caused by a raise of pressure in your stomach, which is why those who are pregnant regularly suffer from it. So what  food habits should you change to avoid it?

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avoid mint tea if you want to avoid heartburn

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Poor sleep

If you’ve tried every sleep remedy possible and you still can’t sleep it’s incredibly frustrating. Don’t despair just yet there’s a simple way to get a better night’s sleep by adjusting your diet and your food habits.

add oily fish to your diet for a better nights sleep

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Suffering from low energy

If you find yourself struggling to get through the day – and dreaming of a nap at 3pm – then your body is probably not getting the essentials it needs to function. If you’re not skipping meals and you’re getting enough water, your diet may be lacking vital iron and Vitamin B. Here’s a sample of food habits you can change to restore your energy levels.

if you're suffering from low energy eat steak

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Irritable bowel syndrome

If you suffer regularly from bloating, abdominal cramps or diarrhea you might actually have Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). There is no strict way to treat IBS and it’s often diagnosed when other bowel conditions such as colitis are ruled out. There are however some ways you can change your food habits to help reduce the effects of IBS.

eat mushrooms to alleviate ibs symptoms

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Migraines

If you suffer from migraines you probably go a little mad inside when people refer to them as a ‘headache’.  Migraines are caused by the blood vessels in the brain dilating suddenly. Foods like chocolate, red wine and cheese are common culprits but other foods can also make migraines flare up.

food habits to change to improve your health

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