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Top 6 foods that support women's health

CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

America's Health and Lifestyle Coach, Dr. Asa Andrew, is back in town.

Dr. Asa stopped by the FOX19 studio with advice for women's help. He details the top six foods that support women's health.

1. Plain Greek Yogurt- Calcium and Vitamin D helps support PMS symptoms.

2.Wild Salmon – Vitamin B6, Omega 3, and Vitamin D- helps fluctuating hormones

3.Broccoli – Vitamin A helps with fatigue

4.Pumpkin Seeds – Potassium and Magnesium aids in preventing cramping

5.Eggs – Choline supports headaches

6.Oranges – B6 and potassium supports reducing stress and anxiety

 

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