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Through a strategic approach, I was able to systematically resoimalve each of my symptoms (we’re talking intense pain, debilitating fatigue, bloating, brain fog, food intolerances and more) and get my life back.
Anyone feel better?
I was advised by my doctor to cut out any wheat products and that made a difference almost instantly. The bloating I’ve always carried around went down and the pain went as well. I eat less meats as these tend to feel heavy on my stomach. I eat a lot of fresh veg and fish for protein.
Life changing to say the least.
Yes yes yes. Been doing it for 6 months fully and it has been life changing.
I have minimal flare ups. Less bloating. And I’ve lost almost 30 lbs.
~ Alexis M.
Yesssss! 100 times better!
My fallopian tubes even cleared up after 6 months on it 😍🙏 (ie. less retrograde bleeding)
~ Meri Hellman Sorgaard
Me!!!! 7 months in!!
And I even have spurge days and I may hurt for up to 3 days after I splurge, but this diet has changed my life! Please try it!
And just fyi, it may take a month to notice anything. But you’ll feel better every single month.
~ Alison J.
Yes it’s been a life changer!
~ Erika Calderon
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This is a super simple salad recipe that lets the natural flavours of the vegetables speak for themselves! While this type of food is associated with Mexican tacos, I ate this salad when trekking in the Sahara. God knows how the vegetables stayed fresh, though our Berber guide managed to rustle this up for us on a number of occasions and I’ll always remember the freshness of the flavours and hit of hydration against the sand dunes and cracked earth.read more
Thought there was no alternative to NSAIDs and prescription painkillers for endometriosis? Think again! These are the four supplements I use to manage my endometriosis naturally and relieve and resolve pain.read more
My favourite Wagamama dish recreated! Beansprouts, red and spring onions, bok choi, green pepper, shiitake mushrooms and chillies in a spicy coconut, ginger and lemongrass broth, garnished with fresh coriander and lime.read more
I’m happy to report that I have had another NSAIDS-free month! I used to rely on conventional painkillers to get me through each period, but it’s important to know the dangers. Overdosing on painkillers doesn’t just happen when too many are taken at once, they can have a cumulative effect.read more
The health properties of turmeric are well researched and documented, and so has gained respect the medical field for its antioxidant profile and ability to fight inflammation. Curcumin is the active compound in turmeric, though makes up just 3%, so use a curcumin supplement if you want to access the most potent benefits. Add black pepper anytime you use turmeric and this greatly increases its bioavailability.read more
Quick and easy to make but full of strong flavours, this recipe is a trifecta of potent ingredients to help boost your immune system.read more
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