Eating for a Healthier Uterus

Updated: Apr 20

Inflammation and pain are the most common symptoms of endometriosis and adenomyosis. Some studies have proven if you make the following dietary adjustments and anti-inflammatory foods, it could significantly reduce the inflammation and pain experienced especially during periods. Adopting a healthy eating lifestyle could also improve your immune system.

Eliminate fried, junk, and fast food.

They have little nutritional value and may be high in trans fat. They may also contain additives and preservatives that can trigger inflammation. Such as French fries, fried chicken, puff puff, egg rolls, and fast food meals.

Eliminate carbohydrates & processed meats

White bread, pasta, white rice, crackers, flour tortillas, biscuits. Processed meats such as Bacon, beef jerky, canned meat, salami, hot dogs, smoked meat.

Eliminate caffeine, sugar-sweetened beverages & alcohol

A healthy liver is important for good hormone balance, as the liver detoxifies chemicals and waste products including excess hormones. Alcohol can be extremely inflammatory and affect vitamin D levels in the liver. Caffeine can also elevate estrogen levels causing inflammation.

What should you eat:

Load up on omega-3's

Studies have shown omega-3 fats prevent the survival of endometrial cells and suggest that omega-3 fats might