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Nutrition and Premenstrual Syndrome: Should Nutritional Guidance be Implemented during OB/GYN Visits?

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Nichole Cufino

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Cheryl Vamos

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A scoping review is being conducted following the PRISMA-ScR protocol to identify the extent of evidence regarding the impact that nutrition has on premenstrual syndrome (PMS). A set of search terms were translated across PubMed, CINAHL, Embase, and Scopus to collect academic journals published between 1996-2021 based on set inclusion and exclusion criteria. Data collection is currently underway and organized in categories including details on the population, intervention, comparison group, and outcomes found. The main results found will present what nutrients through diet and/or supplementation are currently presented in literature to directly impact PMS symptomology. The results section will discuss the characteristics of the sample groups and different types of nutritional interventions and study designs used. The scales used to measure PMS and countries that these articles are conducted in will also be discussed to provide a global overview of the current state of the literature on PMS and nutrition.

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Nutrition and Premenstrual Syndrome: Should Nutritional Guidance be Implemented during OB/GYN Visits?

A scoping review is being conducted following the PRISMA-ScR protocol to identify the extent of evidence regarding the impact that nutrition has on premenstrual syndrome (PMS). A set of search terms were translated across PubMed, CINAHL, Embase, and Scopus to collect academic journals published between 1996-2021 based on set inclusion and exclusion criteria. Data collection is currently underway and organized in categories including details on the population, intervention, comparison group, and outcomes found. The main results found will present what nutrients through diet and/or supplementation are currently presented in literature to directly impact PMS symptomology. The results section will discuss the characteristics of the sample groups and different types of nutritional interventions and study designs used. The scales used to measure PMS and countries that these articles are conducted in will also be discussed to provide a global overview of the current state of the literature on PMS and nutrition.