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How Diet Impacts Fibroids

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I had the pleasure of doing a live chat on Instagram with one of my favorite women in the womb wellness/ fibroid community. Sandrell, aka @thatnickchick, has had a very triumphant and inspiring journey when it comes to healing naturally from a host of hormone-related conditions including fibroids and PCOS. To explore different avenues as it pertains to diet for fibroids, I was excited to see what she had to say.

Sandrell and I have taken different paths to heal, but we can agree on one big thing: Diet is a key factor when it comes to achieving better health.

Check out our video as we discuss our approaches to eating for health.

*Disclaimer: The information in the videos and this post is for educational purposes only. This information is based on our experiences and not intended to replace the guidance of your healthcare professional.

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Which Diet for Fibroids Works Best?

Diet for fibroids.pngThis is a question that I get so often. The truth is that there is no one-size-fits-all approach. Sandrell and I are prime examples of this. We both have had to do a lot of trial and error to see what works best.

Sandrell partakes in a mostly raw plant-based diet, and I still eat certain meat and seafood. Both of us agree that eating mostly whole fruits and vegetables can significantly impact uterine fibroid growth.

Check out Sandrell’s downloadable cookbook for Meals That Heal.

One of the most efficient ways to determine what protocol or diet is best for you is with the help of a Functional Medicine Doctor. They can run tests and request bloodwork to help determine the root causes of your symptoms.

Supplements can be a great way to fill in nutritional gaps in your diet for fibroids. However, supplements are not a replacement for a balanced diet, active lifestyle, and stress management. Both Sandrell and I have used supplements on our journeys with great results.

Note, Sandrell and I are not medical professionals. We share the supplements we’ve tried that work well for us. You can check out some of her go-to in this video, and my top iron supplements are in this blog post.

If you have any questions about this topic that we didn’t share in the video, drop them in the comments below.

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  1. Right diet is very important for those suffering from fibroids, PCOS or PCOD. Having been there (I had PCOD), I find your article very useful.

  2. A nice, informative way to spread the word on eating healthier. Thanks for making us aware of what we give to our bodies. 🙂

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