eel like you’re fending for yourself? When I was diagnosed with endometriosis, I was the only person I knew who had it.

So I was shocked to discover it affects the lives of so many women – 1 in 10 of reproductive age, that’s 175 million women worldwide!

So why don’t we hear more about it?

I suspect because endometriosis is associated with your period – like it’s a “bad period”, think menorrhagia (heavy) or dysmenorrhea (painful). 

AKA don’t talk about it (“weird much”) and just get on with it (“like other women do”).  

Endometriosis is not a “bad period” and should not be treated as such. 

 

 

So we’re here to give endometriosis the attention it deserves because it is a chronic inflammatory disease – making self-care is a top priority.

Our group has connected hundreds of women with endometriosis and other related chronic inflammatory conditions like adenomyosis. 

You’re not alone and you don’t have to handle this by yourself. We hold challenges to help you try new recipes, develop self-care rituals and set up your health food home. 

You’re welcome to check it out and stay as long as you’d like 🙂

                                                                                                                                                             

 

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