Soy is often given a bad name, especially when it comes to hormone dependent conditions such as endometriosis. Is it beneficial? Does it make symptoms worse? Let’s see what the research says!
Endometriosis can cause a lot of pain and horrible symptoms in affected women. But can a gluten-free diet help reduce symptoms of endo? We’re sharing the facts!
Endometriosis affects around 1 in 10 women, with 30-50% of people affected suffering from infertility. But did you know there are ways you can naturally improve your fertility if you have endo? We’re sharing 3 simple, effective ways to support fertility if you have endometriosis!
Discussing the scientific evidence behind supplements for endometriosis including omega-3 fats, N-acetyl cysteine (NAC) and turmeric (curcumin).
There are plenty of myths circulating the web about diet and endometriosis from gluten, dairy and soy-free to low FODMAP diets – The Dietologist sorts fact from myths in this blog post.
Low FODMAP diet for endometriosis and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), understanding the link between IBS and endometriosis and how dietary modification can help relieve the painful symptoms of gas, bloating and bowel issues. By The Dietologist – Stefanie Valakas APD (Accredited Practising Dietitian & Nutritionist).
What to eat if you have endometriosis? Fats, endometriosis, antioxidants, FODMAPs for endometriosis (IBS) is covered in this blog by Stefanie Valakas APD, Dietitian & Nutritionist, The Dietologist.