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NIGERIAN FOODS THAT FIGHT FIBROIDS & ENDOMETRIOSIS

All indications now show that a better approach to solving most medical challenges, including fibroid and endometriosis,  is through diet. Medical researchers from all over the world have confirmed how humans develop different kinds of ailments through food consumption and also how changing diet can also be the solution. This is a better approach as it is cheap and safe.

Today, we want to have a look at how diet can help women combat fibroids naturally as well as endometriosis.

Fibroids and endometriosis are conditions that affect many women in Nigeria today. Endometriosis occurs when uterine lining cells grow outside the uterus; fibroids are benign tumors that grow in the uterus. Both conditions can trigger pain and fertility problems. Your physician may recommend traditional therapies to prevent or treat fibroids or endometriosis, but there are foods that fight these conditions that you may include in your meal plan. Always consult a health care provider before trying a new therapy or altering your diet, especially if you have a special health condition.

Click here to learn how to totally and finally get rid of any form of fibroids naturally without surgery and regain your natural health and fertility instantly! 

Foods Rich in Fiber

Foods Rich in Fiber

The daily recommended intake of fibre for women stands at 25g, although you need less as you get older — 21g if you are over the age of 51. This is critically important if you have fibroids or endometriosis. Boosting fibre intake to 30 g per day reduces the amount of oestrogen in your body, the hormone that triggers fibroid growth. Additionally, eating a high-fibre, plant-based diet may help protect you from endometriosis. Choose fruits and vegetables as well as whole grain foods such as pasta and bread to increase your fibre intake.

Fibre is an important part of a healthy diet and lifestyle. There are many Nigerian foods that are naturally high in fibre. You probably know about beans, lentils and nuts. You’ve also read on our blog (www.planbwellness.com) where we mentioned that fruits and green-leafy vegetables are generally high-fibre foods. But which ones are really beneficial? Below is a list of surprisingly high-fibre foods that are hardly mentioned;

Pears: Pears have more fibre content in them when they are unpeeled. The skin contains all of the fibre and nutrients. One medium pear with the skin intact has about five grams of fibre in it.

Avocado: is actually a high-fibre fruit, but people normally use it as a vegetable. Two tablespoons of fresh avocado has about 2g of fibre in it. An entire avocado has 10 grams.

Broccoli: Cooked broccoli has about 5grams of fibre in it. Fresh broccoli contains even more than that. Broccoli is also famous for having nutrients and properties that help prevent cancer.

Click here to learn how to totally and finally get rid of any form of fibroids naturally without surgery and regain your natural health and fertility instantly! 

Chocolate: Dark chocolate has many health benefits, including being high in potassium and iron. Cocoa powder, mostly used for baking, is also a good source of health benefits. Cocoa powder has over 33grams of fibre per 100grams – that’s over 100 per cent of your recommended daily intake. Dark chocolate can have up to 17 grams of fibre per 100 grams, which is half of your daily intake requirement.

Please Note – Only cocoa powder and dark chocolate have enough nutrients to be consumed. White chocolate and milk chocolate are mostly sugar, and are bad for you. They should be consumed sparingly, since they have no health benefits whatsoever.

Peas: Peas are versatile, cheap and good for you. A cup of peas contains a little over 16 grams of fibre before you cook them. Even if you cook them, they still have nine grams of protein in them per serving.

Cruciferous Vegetables

Cruciferous Vegetables

Add cruciferous vegetables such as cabbage, broccoli or Brussels sprouts to your meals in order to avoid fibroids or stop further growth. Compounds that exist in these good-for-you vegetables fight changes in tissues in your body, which can prevent the formation of noncancerous growths, including fibroids. 

Fatty Fish

Fatty Fish

Including fatty fish in your diet, the kind that are high in omega-3 fatty acids, may reduce your risk of endometriosis. A study published in the June 2010 issue of the journal “Human Reproductions” indicates that female study participants who consumed the most omega-3 fats demonstrated considerably less risk — 22 percent — of an endometriosis diagnosis than those who eat the lowest amount. If you have fibroids, you can benefit from eating foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids as well; these fats reduce the formation of scar formation and decrease inflammation associated with the condition. Wild (not farmed) salmon, tuna, mackerel, cod, trout, halibut, herring, and sardines are among the best sources.

Click here to learn how to totally and finally get rid of any form of fibroids naturally without surgery and regain your natural health and fertility instantly! 

Foods High in Lycopene

Foods High in Lycopene

Supplement your meal plan with foods high in lycopene, a compound that provides certain fruits and vegetables — such as tomatoes, pink grapefruit and watermelon — with their colouring. Research featured in the February 2008 issue of “Nutrition Research” suggests that a diet that includes lycopene may reduce risk of fibroid growth. Pretty much anything with tomatoes in it is rich in lycopene. That includes whole tomatoes, tomato-based soups, sauces and salsas, and also ketchup, baked beans, BBQ sauce and salad dressings derived from tomatoes. One cup of canned tomato sauce has 34 mg of lycopene.

The fight against fibroid and Endometriosis can easily be won if it’s taken with all seriousness by the patient. Taking drugs or going for medical procedures are only going to work effectively as you wish if you assist yourself by leading a healthy lifestyle comprising of healthy meals.

To lean further, on fibroid and endometriosis,Click here to learn how to totally and finally get rid of any form of fibroids naturally without surgery and regain your natural health and fertility instantly! 

Don’t forget to share this write-up with other women to also benefit. You can add your comments, observations and question in the comment box below.

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22 Comments on NIGERIAN FOODS THAT FIGHT FIBROIDS & ENDOMETRIOSIS

  1. I was diagnosed with multiple fibroid of 2.6*2.1cm,/2.1cm*1.8cm/1.1.7*0.8cm/ nd 2.3*2.2cm of intramural nd anterior. Please which of ur product can I take that will melt or shrink it?

  2. I have fibroid and just lost 6months pregnancy. how do I remove the fibroid with out surgery.

  3. Richman APHIS // September 27, 2017 at 5:37 PM // Reply

    my wife have multiple fibroid how can she get the treatment, did you have any office in Delta state, or in warri precisely

  4. am having pain at my lower abnormal, and sometimes if I torch my tommy I feel something like stone. advice on what to do?

  5. Please I have muitipul fibroids and have not taken in due to the fibroids,and I need a good treatment that can shrink it. How do I get it or where to get it

  6. if my estrogen is low via the natural treatment for fibroid. will l be able to conceive again.

    • @Funke,

      The natural fibroid treatment won’t lower your oestrogen level, it will only regulate it to a normal level where it won’t have any harmful effect on you and your reproductive system.

  7. fibroid cure

  8. okpoko Onyinye Cynthia // October 13, 2016 at 6:58 AM // Reply

    I have multiple fibroid, which was diagnosed when I was pregnant. I had a successful cs, my baby was fine and I was fine too. But I lost the baby 3days after delivery, he vomited and aspirated, and that was all. Was told that they didn’t suck him well. My concern now is the fibroid, I don’t want to go for a surgery again. Have tried different products but it didn’t work. So what do I do?

  9. Pls how do I get fibroid drugs

  10. Mrs Oyeyemi // June 24, 2016 at 2:13 PM // Reply

    Please I have uterine fibroid which was removed through surgery 5 years ago but its growing again. Wtich of your products can I buy and how much?

  11. Right now am having an uterine fibroid multiple (4) please advise me on what to do so that i can take in..

    Thank you

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