Endometriosis is truly a pain. No pun intended.
Too many women suffer from the condition and it’s something that can be effectively addressed through lifestyle changes, dietary changes, and supplements for endometriosis treatment. This episode is part two of two, where I’m teaching you the things you can do to avoid the more drastic treatments for endo and take care of it more naturally. Be sure you take the time to watch. You never know when endometriosis is going to become an issue for you or someone you love.
How food intolerances can be a possible cause of endometriosis pain.
We all know what food allergies are, but the possibility of food intolerances contributing to the condition of endometriosis is not something that is commonly considered. But I believe there are many, many things we women eat regularly that are contributing to the prevalence and severity of endometriosis. On this episode I’m going to give you a boat-load of nutritional tips to help you improve digestion and in turn, address some of the causes of endometriosis.
If you’re not drinking enough water your endometriosis symptoms will be worse!
Since endometriosis is closely related to a healthy gut, it makes perfect sense that if you don’t have enough liquid in your system, it’s not going to be as healthy as it should – and your endometriosis symptoms are going to be much worse. Find out how much water you need to be drinking to keep your digestive system healthy and to enable the proper flow of the waste materials and hormones that need to get out of your body. You can find out the details on this episode.
I want to give you a “no-no” list of foods when it comes to a good diet for endometriosis treatment.
As you might expect, I believe that much of the reason women are suffering from endometriosis is because of a diet that inflames or even causes the problem. There are very specific foods you should NOT be eating, ever – if you suffer from endometriosis. On this episode of SFT TV I’m going to walk you through some of the most awful foods for endometriosis and what you should be eating instead. You can treat the condition effectively if you will care for yourself enough to make the change.
Treating endometriosis through diet is going to take time, but it’s the best way.
Nothing I mention when it comes to a diet for endometriosis is going to happen overnight. The problem didn’t begin overnight so it’s unrealistic to expect the treatment to happen quickly. But if you will stick with it and get your mind right to support your efforts, you’ll find the changes happening step by step – solely through diet and supplementation. Find out how to start the journey, and how to find a community of other women who are available to support you as you go, on this episode.
Outline of This Episode
- [1:18] Review of last week’s episode and preview of this episode.
- [2:33] The correlation between endometriosis and autoimmune issues.
- [6:15] The importance of looking at the gut when treating endometriosis.
- [11:44] My demo of my favorite liver-loving food (from the kitchen).
- [21:48] Fiber rich foods, probiotics, and bacterial balance.
- [25:14] Using bitters as a supplement to increase bile flow and bring relief.
- [31:07] The power of primrose oil for treating endo.
- [35:10] How estrogen related anxiety contributes to the problem.
- [37:57] The biggest thing most women are missing in their diet.