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High Thiamine And Riboflavin Intakes Reduce Premenstrual Syndrome Risk

February 23, 2011: 10:36 AM EST
A nested case-control study of the Nurses' Health Study II cohort revealed that women with high intakes of thiamine and riboflavin from food sources had lower risk of premenstrual syndrome (PMS). Results of the study, however, showed no significant links between PMS risk and dietary intakes of other B vitamins including niacin, folate, and vitamin B-6. Also, the study found that intake of B vitamins via supplements was not connected to lower PMS risk.
Patricia O Chocano-Bedoya, JoAnn E Manson, Susan E Hankinson, Walter C Willett, Susan R Johnson, Lisa Chasan-Taber, Alayne G Ronnenberg, Carol Bigelow, and Elizabeth R Bertone-Johnson, "Dietary B vitamin intake and incident premenstrual syndrome", The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, February 23, 2011, © American Society for Nutrition
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