Searching for an Answer Since then, I started researching alternative ways of treating fibroids. Meet our Herbie of the Week: Rachel S! He was very supportive and asked what was the plan. The connection between fibroids and nutrition or the lack thereof reminded me of a book that I got as a gift from a former classmate. Our bodies tell us what we need, food, exercise and rest. I also started to do some cardio exercise, which was not easy to do at the beginning due to my excess weight and poor health. The only way, of course, was to find out by eating the food and see how each type made me feel.
Fibroids are a common reproductive health concern for women. Does your diet have anything to do with fibroids? And if so, is a plant-based diet good for fibroids? Fibroids are benign tumors that can affect women before menopause. According to the National Institute of Health, as many as 80 percent of women get them before the age of Just how your diet plays a role in most other conditions, so does it affect fibroids. In some cases, fibroids can cause quite a lot of problems and ultimately lead to the removal of the uterus through surgery.
I am now considering getting my blood type tested so I can look into the blood type diet. After her first treatment of chemo, she watched “Forks Over Knives” and decided to stop treatment all together and with the support of only one of her doctors, and adopted a plant-based diet. Learn how your comment data is processed. I am not where I want to be, but I am going in the right direction and continue to be cancer free!!! She was very encouraging and said, “I know that you will get back on track, I am not worried abut you. She supported me in all my choices, treatment as well as testing. Thank you so much, Rachel!