After my deep excision surgery, my surgeon told me I needed to follow an endometriosis diet. I had never heard of endometriosis until my first surgery which diagnosed me, so I had NO idea what he was talking about. He explained to me that an endometriosis diet is very similar to other diets out there with some tweaks. For example: gluten-free, dairy-free, soy-free, alcohol-free, caffeine-free and hormone-free. As clean and organic as possible.
You’re likely thinking then what the heck do you eat, right? I’m not going to sugar coat things – it can be hard ESPECIALLY if you do not plan, but my hope is to provide you with some knowledge on how to start making changes and then sticking with those changes because ultimately you are going to FEEL BETTER!
Once I started eating differently I wanted to learn more. I found a school called The Institute for Integrative Nutrition in NYC and graduated in 2009 as a Certified Health and Wellness Coach. With my education along with my real life struggles and experiences, I feel I can share with you how to make changes in order to live a better life. Really, I believe eating this way is helpful to anyone so get your friends and family on board!
I will be adding recipes soon!
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