Degenerative Fibroid

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Food For Fibroids Shrinkage

Author: Gail Atkinson

Many women with fibroids often ask if there are any specific foods for fibroids shrinkage. We all know that what we eat can have a wide-ranging impact on our very being and that eating well can make the difference between enjoying good health and illness. Whilst some women are genetically predisposed to develop fibroids, what you eat will have a subtle influence on your genes and can affect your fibroids symptoms and contribute to their growth or elimination-depending on whether your diet is healthy or unhealthy.

A diet which is high in refined carbohydrates, refined sugar, processed, high fat, additive-rich foods is not only generally unhealthy, but can contribute to hormonal imbalances. Such overload can lead the body to be unable to eliminate wastes and toxins efficiently which can lead to a build up of toxins in the liver.

An Italian study which was undertaken a few years ago showed a significant link between what we eat and fibroids. Women whose diets were classed as "unhealthy" and who ate red meat and more dairy products were far more likely to have fibroids than those who followed the principles of a healthy diet.

Stop Fibroids

Rather than looking at specific food for fibroids, one of the most important things is to use your common sense. Ensure that less than 20% of your calorie intake comes from fat and eat around 40gm of "good" carbohydrate each day.

Look at the quality of your food. Eat organic foods when possible and avoid additives and pollutants. If you eat meats, stick to lean, organically farmed foods and do not eat meat products, such as salami. Non-starchy vegetables are great food for fibroids shrinkage, particularly dark green vegetables such as kale and cabbage. Dairy products are known to contribute to fibroid growth so avoidance is wise. Good hydration is essential and you must drink a minimum of 2 liters of filtered water daily.

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About the Author

Gail advocates using natural treatments for fibroids rather than using conventional medication or surgery as this is a workable long term solution.  Conventional medication only treats the symptoms and fibroids are likely to regrow, whereas natural treatments, when used properly can eliminate the root cause by rebalancing the body and restoring overall health.


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2 Responses to Degenerative Fibroid

  1. jb says:

    How do I report Dr. Dinger at San Antonio spine and pain institute,for his lack of care?
    I just recently moved here from florida. I have sever pain in my abdomen,neck and back. I have recently been diagnosed with sever cervical cancer, Four large fibroid cyst that will not go away, and a buldging disc in my neck, and degenerative disc disease. Dr. dinger will not treat my pain, He said that my conditions do not warrant any pain killers stronger than a Tramidol. Before I tried organizing my care instead of going to the hospital or regular doctors who don’t specialize in pain. I have been on norco and loratab for almost a year. This Dr has ignored all the MRI’s, cat scans, and complaints. This man has totally stolen my life away for the last month. I withdrawn from his practice, Is there any way I can complain or report him and to whom do I do that?

    • i + i says:

      First, register a complaint with the Texas Medical Board (first link below)
      then, if you have time also file with the Better Business Bureau (second link)
      and write a review in My3Cents.com (third link). That should be good enough…

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