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Top 5 Best Food Sources of Calcium in The Fast Metabolism Diet

It is widely known to everyone practicing FMD to avoid the consumption of dairy products due to the fact that it impedes our desire to lose weight. The high sugar concentration found on lactose contributes more on gaining weight than losing them. However, there are unwilling dieters who are hesitant to give up milk (like caffeine). It’s because milk has long been part of their lives and a source of calcium.

Top 5 Best Food Sources of Calcium in Fast Metabolism Diet

How do we ensure that we’re still getting the adequate amount of calcium without having to drink milk? Are there any other alternatives?

Here are our top 5 best food sources that you can eat and are alternative sources of Calcium:

1. Kale

Kale contains about 300 mg of calcium that is equivalent to a cup of milk. The greatest catch is that you can eat kale in all phases, giving you an opportunity to maximize your daily intake. You can put up to 3 and 1/2 cup of raw kale in your salad recipes.

2. Oranges

Oranges are a great source of vitamin C, but did you know that they are also a great source of calcium? A single navel orange can already give you 60 mg of calcium. You can add orange to your morning smoothie on Phase 1.

3. Salmon

Aside from being a great source of Omega-3, salmon is also packed with this nutrient. Just a 6 oz serving of salmon can already give you 400 mg of calcium. You can eat canned salmon in Phase 3. Bonus tip: you can eat the bones too! They’re soft and edible.

4. Sardines

Three ounce serving of sardines will give you almost 400 mg of calcium. You can eat sardines on any phase, especially on Phase 2. Eat sardines on phase 2 as your snack and you’re already halfway to your 1000 mg of your daily requirement.

5. Almond milk

Almond milk is one of our healthy dairy-free milk alternatives in the diet. The reason is because although it’s not dairy, it is packed with calcium and vitamin D that promotes healthy bone growth. Same also with raw almonds.

Note: You can also add Himalayan or Celtic salt on your foods after you cook them. These salts can also contribute in upping your daily nutrient intake.

Let us already debunk the old myth that milk is the only main source of calcium for you. There are far, healthier foods where you can get more calcium and other nutrients than milk. Always consult with your physician to know your recommended nutrient intake.

5 Astounding Health Benefits of Almond Milk

Eliminating milk as part of our morning beverage and dairy products has been difficult for us at first. But thankfully, there are alternative type of milks that can be used as substitute that are also way healthier meeting our calcium requirements and aids in weight loss contrary to dairy products. One of the best healthy foods we substitute over dairy products is the almond milk.

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Almond milk may be dairy-free and contains less calcium, but it contains nutrients and vitamins our body can greatly benefit into. For one, almond milk is a healthy fat richer in omega-3 that aids in weight loss, among others.

In this blog post, you’re about to find out why you should incorporate almond milk to your diet. Here are the top 5 astounding benefits you get from drinking this healthy milk.

1. It helps lower down blood pressure

Almond milk contains the exact same amounts of minerals and vitamins you can find in soy and dairy products. It contains vitamin D and phosphorous that helps promote blood flow circulation and frees the blockage and clog in your veins that cause blood pressure.

What’s great about almond milk is it is naturally soy-free and lactose-free. So it’s safe to consume whether you have an intolerance problem or not.

2. It Lowers Down Your Risk to Heart Disease

It has no cholesterol, sodium, and saturated fats that helps decrease inflammation throughout your body. The omega-3 fatty acids found in almond milk decrease triglycerides (that can damage blood vessels and lead to heart disease and stroke). Aside from that, it contains potassium and magnesium that are good for your brain.

3. It Promotes Bone Growth

Almond milk may not offer much calcium as dairy products do, but it does offer at least 30 percent of your recommended daily intake. Calcium, along with its vitamin D reduces your risk of arthritis and osteoporosis. These two vitamins are known to promote healthy bones and teeth formation.

4. It keeps your skin’s glow

Almond milk contains about 50% of vitamin E and antioxidants that protects your skin from sun’s damage. It also repairs your damaged skin to maintain your natural, youthful glow.

5. It Does Not Impact Your Blood Sugar Level

Lastly, raw, unprocessed, almond milk is very low in carbs and sugar. That’s why we recommend buying this one as it does not spike your blood sugar level. Unlike dairy products that contain lactose (milk’s natural sugar) that contribute to weight gain. Because it is low-glycemic in nature, your body will use the carbs for energy rather than storing them as fats.

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Have you tried incorporating almond milk (in Phase 3) in your fast metabolism diet plan? If not, we hope the information we shared will shed some light and hesitation from drinking this healthy food. You can purchase it here.

Top 8 Superfoods to Eat this Fall Season

The transitional shift from warmer to colder temperatures signals that fall season is coming soon. Aside from the highly anticipated Thanksgiving and holiday spree, we’re excited to welcome the Fall Season because of the bounty goodness it can offer to us.

Top 8 Superfoods to Eat this Fall Season

The fall season is also known as the harvest season of bountiful fresh fruits and veggie produce. Our favorite variety of squash, pumpkin, sweet potatoes, are at its abundance and they are readily available at local farmers market and grocery stores. This provides us the perfect opportunity to visit markets and stock up kitchen and fridge with healthy foods!

Here are our top 8 superfoods that you can enjoy and cook together with your favorite meals to warm your colder nights this fall season!

1. Parsnips (Phase 1)

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Parsnips are veggies that slightly resembles carrots, but its taste is sweeter and has a nutty flavor. This veggie is rich in potassium and fiber that can help you feeling fuller and satisfied. You can incorporate this to your soups and sauces.

2. Cauliflower (Phase 1 and 3)

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The sweet and nutty flavor of cauliflower is perfect for your fall and winter dishes. It’s known as a perfect pair for your steamed recipes. But you can also have it blended or pureed for your soup recipes. Cauliflower contains phytonutrients that help lower your cholesterol and is an excellent source of Vitamin C.

3. Apples (Phase 1)

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The sweet flavor of apples helps calm our stress hormones and full of antioxidants. This superfood can be eaten as raw or baked into a delicious dish. And oh, be sure to include eating its skin too. Its skin contains ursolic acid that can aid in weight loss and better lung function.

4. Pomegranates (Phase 1)

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This tangy fruit is an antioxidant powerhouse. You can use its juice to prepare your delicious marinades. While you can toss the seeds into your salads. Pomegranates help reduce the pain in your joints, inflammation due to arthritis and balances your blood sugar.

5. Turnips (Phase 1 and 3)

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Turnips are a great alternative to radishes and cabbage recipes. Its roots are a great source of vitamin C while its leaves are rich in vitamins A, K, and folate.

6. Kiwi (Phase 1)

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This high-glycemic fruit adds a tropical flavor to your smoothies. It’s a perfect mix together with strawberries, cantaloupe, oranges, and pineapple to make a tangy smoothie. It has more vitamin C than an orange and a good source of copper and potassium.

7. Grapefruit (Phase 1 and 3)

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rapefruit is rich in vitamin C than any other citrus fruits we know. In fact, it can meet 75% of your daily recommended intake of vitamin C in just one sitting. It is also a great source of lycopene and pectin, that can help lower your cholesterol.

8. Tangerines (Phase 1)

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This sweet and small citrus fruit is a refreshment for our fall recipes. It’s also a good source of vitamin C and beta-carotene. Beta-carotene can help us achieve a healthier skin, boost our immune system, eye health, and healthy vision.

The fall season is the perfect season to get your hands moving and tests your cooking skills! Start crafting delicious and healthy foods as we enter our year-end holiday seasons. Stay healthy and fit as the year ends, everyone!

Top 5 Tips to Stay Healthy and Fit this Fall Season

Whenever we think of the Fall season, we can’t help but feel giddy and thrilled about it. Well, who wouldn’t? The fall season is the time of the year when we celebrate various festivities. It’s the perfect time to celebrate Trick and Treat Parties, Thanksgiving, and the highly anticipated Holiday seasons.

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With all these holiday festivities coming around, we also become anxious as the fear of going off track started to linger inside us.We couldn’t help but think that Fall season is also the weight gain season as we splurged on the foods from back to back holidays.

How do we maintain a healthy and balanced life with all of these tempting delectable foods served on the table? How do we conclude the year staying fit and healthy when the Holiday lineups are blocking our road to success?

Here are our top 5 tips to become healthy and fit this Fall Season.

1. Don’t Skip Meals or Stay Hungry

When we think about holidays, it’s always associated with foods. The thought of indulging too much food overwhelmed us that we find ourselves not eating before the big event. Our mind is tricking us into thinking that starving ourselves would suffice the foods we’ll take in. But before you actually do it, step back! Step back and calm yourself first!

Coming to a big celebration with an empty stomach is the worst thing you can do! If you’re hungry and starving, your mind wouldn’t be able to make right decisions, especially about food! All your mind will think is that it needs food– whether good or bad. to fuel your body. It didn’t care if you eat unhealthy foods, just as long as it can sustain your body. This chain reaction will lead you into making poor, unhealthy decisions.

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You are more prone to binge eating and overeating since you’re hungry. You’ll be eating like crazy, eating a lot more than your stomach could take. Aside from that, your stomach will not be able to take all the foods you’re eating. It won’t burn all those foods like what your metabolism would normally do. Instead, it will store all you eat as fat in order for your body to survive. And certainly, we wouldn’t want that to happen!

So instead of starving yourself, continue eating like it’s a normal day. Opt to eat 3 meals and 2 snacks a day. This will keep your blood sugar and metabolism stable. And if your blood sugar is stable, you’re less likely to have cravings as you attend the big celebration.

2. Try not to drink liquor as much as possible

Alcohol is very dehydrating. It kills our metabolism and tortures our liver into filtering the alcohol out of our system, diverting it from doing its main task. So, if possible, save your liver by not drinking liquors. Avoid drinking rum, vodka, gin, and beer.

But if you really can’t help but drink one, opt to organic, sulfite-free, red wine. Also, drink eight ounces of water for every sip. You can read more about tips for dealing with alcohols here.

3. Focus more on protein-based foods

Opt to eat 10-15 grams of protein every two hours. Protein rich foods like turkey jerky, hummus, veggies, shrimp, deviled eggs, etc can help control the flow of sugar into your bloodstream the moment you splurged in the big event.

4. Enjoy and Live the Moment

Stressing yourself over holiday events will do you no good. Instead of avoiding foods served on the table, embrace them! Eat them in moderation. Don’t ditch the event and missed having a momentous bonding with your family just because you’re afraid of gaining weight from the foods you eat.

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Bond with your family and friends and create memorable memories with them. Have fun and enjoy, give in a little. The feeling of enjoyment will help the release of good endorphins and release the stored fat in your body. Your metabolism will burn those foods you eat like crazy by then!

5. Eat those Bountiful Fruits and Veggies

It’s important to detoxify your liver the next day, so opt to drink our FMD-detoxifying soup. Aside from that, opt to eat those adrenalin-calming fruits and veggies to ease your digestion and have a great start of the day and satiate your post-sugar hangover. This will also keep your cravings at bay.

The fall season may be associated with various holiday festivities, but it’s not a reason for you to fall off the weight-loss wagon. With these healthy tips and tricks, let us prove to ourselves that Fall season is not a Weight gain season, but a bounty season to become fit and healthy.

5 Bad Habits that Trigger Headaches: What You Should Do About It

Terrible headaches can strike anytime of the day especially when we have to do some stressful tasks. While we rely on medication to help relieve the pain temporarily, they can be a huge pain that hinders our productivity, especially if they’re chronic and severe.

5 BAD HABITS THAT TRIGGERS YOUR HEADACHES

How do we stop dealing with these recurring headaches? The answer to that is by ending the habits we have that triggers our headache.

Here are the top 5 bad habits you should drop in order to keep headaches from coming back.

1. Drinking Too Much Coffee

You probably already know how caffeine destroys our metabolism. Not only that, but we get to deal with its dreadful effects too. Most of us had to deal with painful headaches and low energy as we’re having our caffeine withdrawal. Too much caffeine can get you addicted to it and when you’ve missed drinking for even just a day, your head will be pulsating like crazy!

Solution: Fortunately, you don’t have to deal with a caffeine-induced headache anymore. The Fast Metabolism Diet program already remedied this problem for you. It was one of the golden rules of the program to eliminate drinking coffee, as much as possible.

But in case you are in need of a drink, opt for herbal tea, water, or other healthier alternatives.

2. You’re Stressing Yourself Too Much

Whether you’re dealing with hectic schedules, business appointments, personal problems, etc, stress can put a damp to your health.The fact is, any kind of stress can disrupt your metabolism and ruin all the efforts you’ve exerted to lose weight. This is just tragic!

Solution: If you’re starting to get stressed out, take a deep breath and calm yourself. Relax by doing light activities like reading a book, listening to music, yoga, walking, meditating, etc. You can also apply these fast metabolism diet stress-handling tips.

3. Skipping Meals

Skipping meals is a huge violation in the fast metabolism diet. Not only does it make you feel like you’re always hungry, it also causes your blood sugar to go down. And the nastiest effect you have to endure is, of course that painful throb you feel in your skull known as headache!

Solution: Diligently make an effort to eat meals on time.In fact, you need to eat every 2-3 hours. If you feel like you’re eating too much, check out this checklist first before making the necessary adjustments on your meals and snack.

4. Poor Posture

Good and proper posture is necessary in order for your body to function properly. If you have a good posture, the stress in your muscles and joints are distributed evenly, making it work efficiently as intended. But if you have a bad posture, it adds tension to your neck and shoulder. This uneven tension contributes to your headaches.

Solution: Maintain good posture. Sit straight with your shoulders back. Bend your knees at a right angle and keep your feet flat on the floor.

5. Dehydration

When you don’t get enough water intake, your brain tissue loses water causing your brain to shrink and pull away from your skull. Aside from that, your body cannot transport all the nutrients it needs. This will cause your blood volume to drop hence lowering the flow of blood and oxygen to your brain. Your brain may feel suffocated from the lack of oxygen triggering the pain receptors that causes headache.

Solution: Drink plenty of water (half of your weight in an ounce). If you prefer flavored drinks due to the dull taste of water, opt to put lemon or lime to your drink to have some water variation. Also, avoid drinking alcohol because it can also cause dehydration.

5 Bad Habits that Triggers Your Headaches (And What You Should Do About it)

Meds may be able to alleviate the pain we’re experiencing from a headache quickly, but the effect is temporary. With healthy diet, proper care, and exercise, we will be able to achieve a long-term solution to stopping headaches. Besides prevention is always better than cure.

Top 5 Summer Traveling Tips this 2016

With less than a month left before the start of the Fall, most of us are already anticipating the back to school season. But this doesn’t mean that FMDieters will get to skip the fun side of summer by letting it pass by just like that because they can still catch up last-minute vacation trips and travels this summer. If you are still planning your next trip, then read our top 5 tips to make your summer traveling healthy and memorable.

Top 5 Summer Traveling Tips this 2016

Summer Traveling Tips to Stay Fit and Healthy

1. Stay Active

Just because you’re traveling doesn’t mean you’re unable to exercise. Grab the opportunity to travel around by walking, hiking, or sightseeing instead of riding a cab. Or you can do swimming instead renting a boat.

There are so many ways to stay active as you travel. Not only these physical activities will promote your well-being, but it will also let you admire the majestic sceneries and connect with nature on a personal level.

2. Stay Hydrated

It shouldn’t be difficult for you to keep hydrated since we’re already applying this rule in this diet plan. However, just to be assured, double up your water intake this Summer season. The sun can be unbearably hot during Summer, making you feel more drained than usual.

It’s important to keep yourself hydrated in order for your body to function and absorb the nutrients properly. You can also opt to drink smoothies and pair it with watery fruits like watermelons, mangoes, and pineapples that can help hydrate your body.

3. Bring Snacks with You

In order to reduce the chances of binge-eating, we recommend you pack snacks with you. Pack for fresh or frozen fruits like blueberries, apples, oranges in your bag for Phase 1. Turkey Jerky is a perfect on-the-go snack for phase 2. For phase 3, opt for almonds and nuts.

You can munch these on-the-go snacks if you’re hungry or craving for something. The fibers and nutrients will keep your hunger at bay.

4. Shop at the Local Health-Food Store

As you wander around, make some time to stop by on local health-food stores and pick up the products you couldn’t pack your bags. You can buy spring water, hummus, deli meat, almond milk, etc.

If your room has a fridge, it’s even better as you get the chance to stack your foods and cook your favorite fast metabolism diet recipes! Plus, you’ll be helping promote the local farmer’s products and support small business too!

5. Rule out the Restaurants!

You will never go wrong with preparing you meals and snacks even when you’re traveling. We recommend you check the restaurants around the area and ask for their menu. In this way, you can plan what meals to order and eat as you arrive. You can read more about dining out in restaurants below.

The Fast Metabolism Diet Tips on Attending Restaurants

Summer traveling trips and vacations are one of the best ways to bond with your family and be connected with nature. Stay fit and healthy as you spend the remaining days of your summer vacation.

5 Tricks to Outwit Supermarkets in Buying Foods

Shopping in supermarkets and local food stores proves to be a challenge to some of our fast metabolism dieters. This is where our temptation to give in to our cravings are at its peak. Wherever we look, those unhealthy foods seems to follow us, enticing us to pick and buy them instead of focusing on buying healthy foods.

Tricks to Outwit Supermarkets in Buying Foods and Losing Weight

Aside from that, we’re having a hard time picking up the right foods because these manipulative manufacturers are putting some hidden  ingredients under the guise of “healthy” food packaging labels.

How do we ensure that we’re actually buying the healthy foods we need? Here are our top 5 tricks to outwit supermarkets and have an enjoyable and healthy shopping.

1. Shop with Your Stomach Full 

The best way to beat supermarkets in tempting you to buy unhealthy foods is to shop when you’re full. If you’re not hungry, you are less likely to reach out for junk foods, chips, and soda.

If you’re hungry, your blood sugar levels and hormonal levels are out of control, resulting in cravings for sugar, fat, salt, and grains. This will lead you into making poor decisions and giving in to your cravings.

2.  Have a Grocery List before Shopping 

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Listing down all the foods you need to buy will help keep you focus on buying the foods you need. This will also lessen your time wandering around the store and picking those unhealthy foods mindlessly.

3. Look Above and Below Eye Level when Shopping Products and Ingredients 

Take time to familiarize the supermarket’s layout because you go shopping. You will then notice they stack most of the processed and junk foods at your eye level.

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Supermarkets are so sneaky that they placed the unhealthy foods where it meets your eye to entice you in grabbing them first. While those healthy and whole foods brands are located either above or below the eye level. Be sure to check those foods and ingredients located on the top or the bottom shelf to find the healthy ones.

4. Stick to Your Budget 

When going shopping, it is recommend that you only bring enough money according to your budget list. This will help you in focusing more on buying the ingredients you need and getting rid of those unhealthy foods. It will help you be accountable and be responsible for shopping.

5. Read Labels and Ingredients 

Just because the supermarket and manufacturers labeled a particular food as “all-natural” doesn’t mean it’s already healthy. Food Manufacturers loves to deceive us by hiding those unhealthy and harmful ingredients and display it as “healthy” ones.

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Learn how to differentiate these confusing food packaging labels as well as determining the truth behind expiration dates to be fully informative of the foods we’re buying.

Being aware and giving conscious efforts upon shopping, we will be able to outwit supermarkets with these tricks. Be a smart and healthy conscious shopper!

4 Healthy Fats for a Healthier and Sharper Mind

The fast metabolism diet program has opened our life to great possibilities and as a result, our way of thinking has also evolved, we make a conscious effort to find out the truth about something so we easily dismiss myths which states that “fats” connotes to bad food. In Phase 3, fats is widely enjoyed. It has a lot of health benefits to our body. Aside that it contributes to weight loss, did you know that healthy fats also help maintain a healthier and sharper mind?

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You may not believe it, but eating healthy fats is great for our brain memory. Our brain is composed of 60 percent of fat. Fueling our brain with healthy fats encourages ketosis in our body. Ketosis provides energy to our brain, protecting it from Epilepsy and Alzheimer’s Disease among other brain diseases. Here are the healthy fats you can indulge for  a healthier and sharper brain memory:

1. Salmonfatty fish, salmonSalmon is heavily rich with omega-3 fatty acids. Omega 3 fatty acids improve our brain function like memory, speaking ability and motor skills. Salmon is best eaten when steamed or lightly grilled. This is to preserve the integrity of the omega-3s. You can check our salmon recipes here.

2. AvocadoavocadoAvocados are rich in monounsaturated fats that lead to an increase in the production of acetylcholine, in which this neurotransmitter plays an important role in our learning and memory development. It also promotes healthy blood flow, in which it means having a highly functioning brain.

3. NutsnutsNuts are naturally rich in Vitamin E and unsaturated fats, which promotes better brain functioning. Almonds, pecans, and walnuts help protect your brain from declining your cognitive skills.

4. Coconut Oil

coconut oilCoconut oil contains Medium Chain Triglycerides (MCT) that helps improve your cognitive function, help build lean muscle tissue and support fat loss. Coconut oil can also help regenerate and improve the nerve function inside your brain.

Don’t be guilty if you are fond of eating healthy fats, after all they are good for our body and brain! I for one is addictive to nuts so I usually have it in my purse as my go to snacks. Try it rather munching the junkies!

Chia Seeds Health Benefits

Chia Seeds Health Benefits
Chia seeds have long been recognized as a super food. These tiny, black seeds from the Salvia Hispanic plant originated from South America. Chia is part of the staple diet of the Aztecs and Mayans in the past and the word “Chia” means strength in the ancient Mayan language. Despite its ancient roots, Chia seeds have only been distinguished recently as one of the healthiest foods on the planet.

So what makes Chia seeds among the healthiest food? Here are the reasons:

  1. Full of Antioxidants – It is a good source of antioxidants. These antioxidants help in preventing free radicals which damage the molecules in our cell that can cause cancer and increase the effect of aging.
  2. Rich in Fiber – It is one of the best sources of fiber. They are made out of 40% fiber, by weight. Our bodies need fiber for better digestion. Since chia seeds are almost all fiber, it can absorb up to 12 times it weight when soaked in water. Consuming them make on feel more full and lessens our appetite.
  3. Good Source for Omega-3 Fatty Acids – Our brain and body needs Omega-3. We usually get this from fish. These seeds have more Omega-3 than salmon, per gram.
  4. Packed with Nutrients – These tiny seeds are actually a good source of nutrients. It has Fiber, Protein, Calcium, Magnesium and Phosphorus and as well as vitamins like Zinc, Vitamin B1, B3, B2 and Potassium. An ounce of Chia seeds only contains 137 calories and one gram of carbohydrates.
  5. Source for Protein – Compared to other plant food, Chia seeds are a good source for quality protein. They are composed of 14% Protein.
  6. Contains Essential Bone Nutrients – It is loaded with calcium, phosphorus and magnesium. These are essential to our bones. Chia seeds contain more calcium than other dairy products.

So if you’re looking to try out new food why don’t you give this superfood a try? They’re easy to prepare as part of your drinks, meals and even as a substitute to egg. These seeds may be tiny but they’re definitely a super food. For delicious recipe ideas, you can browse our chia seeds recipes here.

Top 5 FMD Foods You Can Eat While On Period

One of the biggest hurdles women often encounter is our monthly period. Due to unstable hormones, we become irritable and impatient for some unknown reason rendering us emotional wrecks. It is also during this period that we find it difficult to stick to a diet plan due to cramps, fatigue, bloating, and cravings.

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How do we alleviate the symptoms we’re experiencing? Here are the top 5 fast metabolism diet food you need to eat to maintain a healthy diet while you’re on period.

leafy veggies1. Leafy Green Veggies (All Phases)

You can never go wrong with green, leafy vegetables (such as kale, swiss chard, spinach, etc). Vegetables contain nutrients, vitamins, and minerals that can aid your menstruation, green veggies specifically, are rich in iron and B vitamins and they also have high fiber content that can help with the digestive issues you’re experiencing.

Bear in mind that in the fast metabolism diet, vegetable intakes are absolutely limitless! You can eat it as much as you want at any time of the day! Just make sure that they are allowed in your current phase.

2. Nuts (Phase 3)

Instead of giving in to your cravings and munching on unhealthy snacks, grab those delicious nuts. Healthy fats such as nuts are rich in omega-3s and fiber that can help sate your cravings.

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3. Almond Butter (Phase 3)

You can also pair your nuts with almond butter for a more delicious and healthier snack. The lean protein, fiber, and healthy fat you get from the almond butter will help stabilize your blood sugar and reduce your cravings. Or you can pair it with sprouted wheat bread and make a healthy sandwich for your morning or afternoon snack.

4. High-Glycemic Fruits (Phase 1)

If you’re on your period but couldn’t eat healthy fats because you’re on Phase 1, opt to eat fresh fruits instead. Apples, pears, berries, and watermelon are rich in natural sugar and have adrenaline-calming properties that help ease your digestion.

5. Red Meat

Iron is one of the most important nutrients that gets lost during periods so it’s important that we supply our body with food rich in iron to make up for what was lost. Red meat is a great source to up your iron intake thereby minimizing the chances of being anemic.

However, we do recommend that you opt for organic, sulfite-free meat as much as possible. This is to minimize the impact of ruining your diet. If you’re not a meat-lover, oysters and eggs are healthy alternatives.

With healthy food and regular exercise, we can make the hurdle of monthly periods more bearable.

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