Best Foods for Hot Flashes

If you are a sufferer of irritating hot flashes, it could mean that you have low estrogen levels. When your estrogen levels are low it has adverse effects on your body's functions, and can result in hot flashes. One way to remedy this is by eating foods for hot flashes that are rich in phytoestrogens.


There are countless foods that are chock full of phytoestrogens that you will be able to find easily at your nearest grocery store. The following is a guide to foods that contain phytoestrogens. By adding some of these meals into your daily life you will hopefully notice results and your hot flashes will be alleviated.

Breakfast

Here are a few breakfast ideas that will help you start your day off on the right foot. Remember, you can always substitute and change parts of the meal to better accommodate your lifestyle.


Eat multigrain toast with soy yogurt at breakfast to keep you full all morning.1. Multigrain  toast  with  soy  yogurt.   Each  of  these components is full of phytoestrogens and will keep you full and alert all morning. Try different flavors of soy yogurt to keep your mornings from becoming boring and generic and spread a tablespoon of peanut butter on your toast for a little extra protein and a hint of flavor.


2. Dried apricots, dried dates and flax bread. A nice mix of sweet dried fruits with hearty flax bread will make for a delicious breakfast and will keep you going all day. Spread a little almond butter on your toast for an extra kick of phytoestrogens and flavor.

Lunch

These lunches will be great to bring to the office on your busy days and will keep you full until dinnertime.


Turkey sandwich with hummus on flax bread for lunch will give you a boost of phytoestrogens.1. Turkey sandwich with hummus on flax bread. Try toasting the bread before making your sandwich to add a little crunch, then liberally slather on some roasted red pepper hummus and pile on the turkey and other fresh veggies you love. This is the perfect mid-day lunch that will taste great and give you your midday boost of phytoestrogens.

Snacks

1. Hummus and pita chips. Pick out your favorite hummus and enjoy a healthy, phytoestrogenic rich snack while you are making dinner or waiting to go out with friends.


Sunflower seeds is a healthy snack, full of phytoestrogens.2. Sunflower  seeds.    Readily  available  and  full  of phytoestrogens, these little seeds make for the perfect on-the-go snack. Keep a small bag in your purse so you have a healthy snack on hand at all times.

Dinner

1. Multigrain pasta with garlic tomato sauce. Multigrain anything is a great source of phytoestrogen. Multigrain pasta, along with some fresh tomatoes and garlic, a known source of phytoestrogens, makes for a delicious dinner that your whole family can enjoy. Make some multigrain garlic bread to go alongside and you will have one amazing meal.


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