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9/2/12 8:55 A

Spinach-- it is high in B-vitamins, iron, and magnesium. The body may become deficient in these vitamins and minerals during your period. It is important to take vitamin C with iron as well for absorption.

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IAMLOVEDBYYOU Posts: 380
9/2/12 3:56 A

I have found that during that time of the month, ones of the things to expect is that I won't feel satisfied. So, I eat knowing that it is hormonal, and that it will go away.

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9/2/12 12:18 A

What "time"? are you talking about your period?

You should eat as you normally do. Your nutritional needs don't really change that much during your period.

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9/1/12 11:59 P

Looking for healthy, satisfying meal/snack ideas to get me through the week!!


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