The Fibroid Diet

Updated: Feb 12


Most women are not aware of how certain foods and beverages can increase the growth of fibroids and the monthly menstrual pain experienced with the benign tumor.

Foods & Beverages to Avoid

Sodas

Commercial Juices

Caffeinated Drinks

All Meat (if you insist on eating meat, eat organic but eliminate pork, beef, shrimp, crab, lobster).

All Diary

Caffeine

Alcohol

Process Foods

Salty Foods

Refined foods (white rice, pasta, cakes, pastries, flour, etc.))

Refined Sugars (white sugar, brown sugar, etc.)

Fried Foods

Birth Control Pills

Cooked Spinach

Rhubarb

Wheat

Processed Soy

Foods, Beverages, Herbs Vitamin and Nutrients to Include
Foods

Fruits

Beans

Nuts: Raw Unsalted Brazil nuts, cashews, pecan, walnuts, almonds, pine nuts, etc.

Millet

Amaranth

Quinoa

Brown Rice

Spelt

All Vegetables

Seeds: Flaxseeds, Pumpkin Seeds, Sunflower Seeds, Chia Seeds, (only a handful)

Green: Kale, Collards, Mustard Greens. Turnips

* When possible, eat organic.


Beverages/Tea

Water

Lemon Juice/with water

Dandelion Root

Black Cohosh Root

Cramp Bark

Prickly Ash

Chaste Tree Berry Vitex

Raspberry Tea

Carrot Juice

Home Vegetables Juice: Any mixture of 2-5: carrot, cabbage. celery, kale, spinach, celery. watercress, cucumber, turnip greens.



Vitamin & Minerals

Kelp: A rich supply of trace minerals and vitamins can be taken three times daily (1tsp). The Idoine in sea vegetables is best used when taken with Vitamin E.


Vitamin E: is helpful in menopause and cases where they're in an excess estrogen level. Take 100-2000 mg a day.


Vitamin A (and Beata Carotene) decreases excessive bleeding.


Vitamin B aids the liver in activating estrogen and feeding the nerves (emotional and physical stress increase the loss of water-soluble B vitamins). Vitamin B6, in particular, is essential for decreasing menstrual cramps, providing one of the precursors necessary for one anti-inflammatory prostaglandin. You can take 50-100mg a day.


Vitamin C: is an essential nutrient for stress and healthy adrenal health. It decreases fatigue. It increases iron absorption and helps reduce bleeding by strengthening the capillaries. Wastes such as carbon dioxide and lactic acid are eliminated from the uterus more effectively. In addition, by supporting the blood vessels, vitamin C will reduce bleeding and cramps. Tale 100-2000 mg a day.


Bioflavonoids: adi in estrogen regulation in the body, increasing or decreasing as needed. They contain plant estrogens tissue sensitive to estrogens made within the body for specific tissue sensitive to estrogen and control estrogen production by the body. One form is a question that can be taken at 300-1000 mg per day.


Magnesium: is needed for calcium to work correctly and for anti-inflammatory prostaglandin production. Take 200-800 mg a day.


Potassium: is also needed for muscle tone and can be obtained from vegetables, particularly sea vegetables, particular sea vegetables. this is particularly beneficial one week before the menses. (Blackstrap molasses is a good source of potassium.


For concentrated minerals and vitamins, some forms of green food, such as alfalfa, chlorophyll, spirulina, chlorella, etc., for concentrated minerals and vitamins, should be taken daily.


Fructooligosaccharides (FOS) is a supplement that serves as food for endometriosis.

DIM (Diindolylmethane): is an estrogen blocker and metabolizer found in cruciferous vegetables. It helps balance estrogen levels.




Liver Supplements

Choline Found in Letchin

N-acetyl-cysthelping

Grape Seed Extract



Enzymes are helpful for those who suffer from bloating, gas, and diarrhea. Digestive enzymes taken with meals or between meals are beneficial for the conditions listed. Bromelain, which comes from pineapple or papaya tablets, are possible forms. Make sure all enzymes are vegetarian.

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