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Published on March 8, 2014

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your body can support secondary amenorrhea with good health, high energy, and positive feelings towards food and your body.
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1. Throw away the bathroom scale. Rather than striving to achieve a certain number on the scale, let your body weigh what it weighs. Focus on how healthy you feel and how well you perform, rather than on the number of pounds you weigh. http://www.footballshowtime.com/index.php/Health/secondary-amenorrhea.html

2. If you have weight to lose, don’t crash-diet but rather moderately cut back on your food intake by about 20%. Rapid weight loss may predispose you to amenorrhea. By following a healthy reducing program, such as outlined in Chapter 16, you’ll not only have greater success with long-term weight loss, but also have enough energy to play well. Research suggests you need to eat at least13.5 calories per pound (30 calls/kg) that you do not burn off. That means 1,600calories for a 120 lb. (55 kg) person plus additional calories for playing soccer. http://www.footballshowtime.com/index.php/Health/secondary-amenorrhea.html

3. If you are at an appropriate weight, practice eating as you did as a child. Eat when you are hungry, stop when you are content. If you are always hungry and are constantly obsessing about food, you are undoubtedly trying to eat too few calories. Chapter 14 can help you determine an appropriate calorie intake and eating schedule that may differ from your current routine, particularly if you- you between starving and bingeing. http://www.footballshowtime.com/index.php/Health/secondary-amenorrhea.html

4. Eat adequate protein. Research has suggested that amenorrhea athletes tend to eat less protein than their regularly menstruating counterparts. Even if you are a vegetarian,polycystic ovarian syndrome remember that you still need adequate protein . http://www.footballshowtime.com/index.php/Health/secondary-amenorrhea.html

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