Every month 20 to 30 percent of American women suffer from premenstrual syndrome; different medications work to lessen symptoms with varying degrees of success. If you don't want to take medication, there could be hope in Chinese herbs.
Fennel is a slightly sweet, crunchy winter vegetable that is best from autumn through early spring . Used widely in Mediterranean and Italian cuisine, it is gaining new popularity as people look for healthy alternatives to add interest to their diets. It's distinctive flavor and myriad health benefits make it a great choice! A single cup of raw fennel offers 14% of the daily recommended intake of vitamin C, 11% of fiber, 10% of potassium, 9% of manganese, 7% of copper, 6% of both folate and phosphorus, along with good amounts of magnesium, calcium, iron, vitamin B3 and pantothenic acid. All for 27 calories! This tidy little package of goodness comes with some great protection for your health!
It is a question many of us face, with a family history of cardiovascular disease, what can be done to protect our hearts? One important study of over 24 thousand woman found five important factors we can all use.