Acai and Endometriosis
Acai berry offers new hope for endometriosis
Can Fish Oil Help Endometriosis
Fish oil has been demonstrated to deter the growth of endometrial cells and curb inflammatory cytokines; fish oil may be a good tool for your toolbox if you have endometriosis.
Can Fruits and Vegetables Help Endometriosis?
Studies have found eating more fruits and vegetables may lessen risks for endometriosis. Learning how to avoid the most pesticide laden produce and focusing on veggies that modulate estrogen metabolism could also be key.
Curcumin And Endometriosis
Curcumin - also known as turmeric - has been demonstrated to help resolve endometriosis in numerous studies.
Dietary Fats And Endometriosis
The fats in your diet may either aggravate endometriosis - or help to resolve it - depending upon the fats you choose. Learn how to endometriosis-proof your diet especially if you are planning surgery to remove endometriosis.
Endometrioma and N-Acetyl Cysteine
N-acetyl cysteine may be able to shrink or resolve endometriomas naturally
Endometriosis Linked To Celiac Disease
Women with celiac disease may be more likely to have endometriosis which may make conception more challenging according to a 2011 study
Endometriosis Support [offsite link]
Support for all with Endometriosis.
Endometriosis Support [offsite link]
Support and advice to help you cope with Endometriosis.
Endometriosis Support and Info [offsite link]
Excellent site with information and support for those with endometriosis. Includes articles on natural treatments.
Enndometriosis Association [offsite link]
Advice, help and support for those with Endometriosis.
Gluten Free Diets And Endometriosis
An Italian study discovered that 75% of women with endometriosis benefited from a year-long gluten free diet, mental health improved too!
Green Tea And Resveratrol May Help Endometriosis
Green tea extracts and resveratrol have been demonstrated to reduce endometriosis growth in a 2013 study.
Green Tea May Help Endometriosis
Green tea extracts have a potent anti-estrogenic effect which although detrimental to some forms of infertility may be helpful for resolving endometriosis.
Green Tea May Help IVF If Endometriosis Is Present
Green tea can reduce levels of VEGF which may be increased in women with endometriosis; by reducing VEGF green tea may improve implantation rates in women with endometriosis.
High Meat Intake Linked To Endometriosis
Endometriosis may be more likely to be a problem if you consume a lot of red meat; increasing omega-3 fats and decreasing - or avoiding - red meats and pork may make a huge difference to your endometriosis related infertility.
Iron Excess Linked To Endometriosis
Excess iron may be linked with endometriosis, a low-iron strategy may be helpful prior to conception.
Melatonin May Help Endometriosis To Regress
Melatonin has been demonstrated to trigger regression of endometriosis in a number of animal studies.
N-Acetyl Cysteine May Help Endometriosis
N-acetyl cysteine is a powerful antioxidant which may be able to reduce the volume of endometriosis lesions and curb the spread of endometriosis.
Pine Bark / Pycnogenol And Endometriosis
Pine bark treatment has been shown to curb endometriosis and has been linked with pregnancy success.
Poor Uterine Blood Flow Linked To Endometriosis
A diagnosis of endometriosis may make you more likely to have poor uterine blood flow. Improving blood flow may increase your fertility and your chances of conceiving.
Propolis And Endometriosis
Propolis - a bee product - has been shown to increase pregnancy rates in women with endometriosis.
Resveratrol May Curb Endometriosis And Pain
Resveratrol has been demonstrated to relieve pain and curb the spread of endometriosis which may help to preserve fertility.
Vitamins May Reduce Endometriosis
Two inexpensive antioxidant vitamins may dramatically reduce endometriosis pain and reduce inflammatory markers in the pelvis which may help to promote fertility
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