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Apples: She says, "Apparently an apple a day might keep your gyno away." She explains that a study has found that eating an apple a day can help with vaginal lubrication. She notes that while the study was small and some people who eat an apple daily might not find they are more lubricated, she notes that eating an apple a day can't hurt.
Salmon: Our resident OB/GYN explains the popular fish can help to fight inflammation and menstrual cramps and in some women, it can help to fend off endometriosis.
Tofu: Dr. Nita explains that tofu can help improve your pelvic floor, as it's high in Vitamin D, and a lack of the vitamin can be associated with a weaker pelvic floor.