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Diet For Fibroid Tumors – 10 Basic Elements of a Healthy Diet For Fibroids

If you have fibroids, you may already be aware that what you eat can have an impact on the severity of your symptoms. There are various foods you should avoid and many which should be included. A diet for fibroid tumors should consist of a number of simple “rules” and to get you started, here are the basic elements of a healthy diet for fibroids.

1. Common sense is very important. Eat moderately sized portions of foods and ensure that you are not eating too many calories for your daily allowance. Fats should make up no more than 20-30% of your calorific intake

2. Eat high quality foods and avoid any which you suspect might contain environmental pollutants

3. Eat organically produced foods where possible. If not, wash all fruits and vegetables very well and peel where possible

4. Avoid fish grown in polluted waters. (Farmed fish is often better). Eat only lean, organic, grass-fed meats

5. Eat plenty of sprouting and non-starchy vegetables. Fruits are excellent cleansers but should be eaten in moderation if you suffer from candida overgrowth

6. Try to consume alkaline forming foods

7. Keep grains and legumes to a minimum

8. Avoid dairy products

9. Do not eat any processed, re-formed or fabricated foods

10. Eat as much food as possible in its raw state

A diet for fibroid tumors will certainly help with your symptoms. However, if you want to become fibroid-free, it is essential that you view your healthy diet for fibroids as part of an overall treatment plan which also includes other essential protocols including lifestyle changes, cleansing regimes, detoxification of the liver and stress management.

It is really only by following a robust system designed to eliminate all the possible causes of fibroids that you can be permanently cured.

If you would like further information on my recommended natural treatment for fibroids, please visit my website, Shrink Fibroids Naturally.

Written by a nutritionalist, health writer and former fibroids sufferer herself, the system I recommend is groundbreaking, and I am confident that you will finally feel that you have found something that will work for you. Included is a comprehensive diet for fibroid tumors which is simple to follow.

Fibroids Miracle also comes with 3 months free one-to-one counseling from an expert, to give you the best possible chance of success.

About the author: Gail advocates using natural treatments for fibroids rather than using conventional medication or surgery as this is a workable long term solution. Conventional medication only treats the symptoms and fibroids are likely to regrow, whereas natural treatments, when used properly can eliminate the root cause by rebalancing the body and restoring overall health.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. QUESTION:
    Has anyone succesfully treated fibroid tumors without surgery? I’m scheduled for surgery soon (myomectomy).?
    Embolization and hysterectomy are out b/c I may want kids. My mom suggested some cream (applied to the arm) from a health person. But it sounds bogus! Any advice?

    • ANSWER:

  2. QUESTION:
    Laparascopic surgery on fibroid tumors?
    Any of you ladies ever have this surgery? It seems it will be inevitable for me since they have been monitoring my fibroids via ultrasound and they keep getting larger. I’m just wondering how long it took to recover from this type of surgery.

    • ANSWER:
      What happened with me was that I was offered laparascopic surgery many years ago (12), and I didn’t want to have it then, tried many therapies…ultimately they just got too large for the lap. route, so now I am 48 and looking at a hysterectomy….I don’t mean to scare you, but I now wish I would’ve had it done way back when…good luck to you whatever you choose, and I wish you all the best.

  3. QUESTION:
    Fibroid Tumors?
    Hi I’ve been diagnosed with Fibroid Tumors. I have a huge mass in my stomach. I have not been experiencing any pain until recently i have been constipated which was the reason for my doctor visit and how i ended up finding out i have the tumors. My question is for anyone that has had fibroid tumors. I’m scheduled for surgery next week but i have paid for a cruise that is going to be on August 10. I doctor told me that the surgery doesn’t have to be now (not urgent) and it’s up to me when i should have the surgery. My main concern is if i wait, go on my cruise, will i still have the constipation. is there anyone that experienced the constipation and was able to treat it?

    • ANSWER:
      This is what I would do… Go on the cruise and until then every morning I would get a quart of warm water and put to tsp of brown sea salt in it and drink it down as fast as you can and at night I would drink a tea called smooth move (salt and tea you buy at health food store) You can add peach tea bag to the the smooth move if you dont like the taste. That will help your bowels stay regular until you get the surgery. Also you might look into cascara sagrada to take during the day if you need extra help.

      These things will also help with the pain since your bowels wont be rubbing on the tumors.

  4. QUESTION:
    i would like to know if using large sex toys or fisting can be a cause for fibroid tumors?
    my wife has had surgery to remove fibroid tumors. for about a year things were good but now it looks as if they have returned. we enjoy vaginal streatching in our sex play and were wondering if the use of large set toys might be a cause of the return. has anyone any experience with this?

    • ANSWER:
      Absolutely not. I regularly drive a Sherman tank up my wife’s vagina and the only problem she has encountered is when I fire the main gun. She is allergic to cordite.

  5. QUESTION:
    Is surgery my only option for Fibroid tumors?
    Hi I’m a 27 year old female from Los Angeles, CA and was detected that I have 3 Fibroid tumors. This year in May 2010 I got my period and was having excruciating pain that I didn’t know why was it that bad. So thinkig it didn’t seem normal to me I went to go see a doctor and the doctor told me I had a bladder infection and gave me meds. So from that I thought okay that was the problem then No more worries. Well surely after I didn’t get my period in June but I was having early bad cramps since I didn’t get my period on time I decided to go see a Gyno she had said I have Yeast infection but she seemed like it’s no biggie that it’s treatable but had said she wanted me to get a pelvic ultra sound with a radiologist. So since she didn’t seemed worried I went to go get the test and got an unexpected suprise that I have 3 Fibroid tumors but away from my uteros. As some of you who have been in my situation know how I felt and was really dumbfounded. I even know a couple of friends who have had it and have been through really bad situations which I would want to go through. I’ve never had kids but would like to have some one day. I am not sure on the sizes of tumors but from what I saw in the ultrasound two might look like the size of a golf ball around there and one is a little bigger Im just guessing. I’m supposed to go see my gyno in a week. I was away in Australia for a year 2009 and had bad cramp pain but not as much as i’ve been having it here back home so makes me wonder I may have had it that long. I have faith that I’m hoping that all will go well. I’ve been told by several people that I can naturally get rid of them but I would have to be in a strict diet and that the fibroids may come back. So would this be an option if I really take care of myself?

    Ladies only who have had it a couple of questions; What was your experience when you had it? Are there certain foods that I should watch out for? What would be my best decision to get rid of these tumors and still have a chance in the future of having a baby with my current partner? How long does it take to recover? I was told there’s laser surgery to get them removed. Would that be safe? I dont have insurance but might be getting medical so pray for me and wish me luck. Please share some of your similar experiences with me and maybe some way to aleviate my pain that im having right now. . . I DO NOT WANT MY UTERUS TO GET REMOVED so please any advice you can give me I would truly appreciate it. 🙂

    THANK YOU!!!

    • ANSWER:
      There is a minimally invasive procedure called uterine fibroid embolization (you can Google this for more info). It is done by an interventional radiologist. A small incision is made in your groin and catheters are inserted until they reach the blood vessels supplying the fibroids. Small particles are injected into these vessels to block them. This causes the fibroids to shrink as they no longer have any blood supply. Over several weeks to months the fibroids shrivel up and you will not have any more symptoms. This is a quick procedure, about an hour and does not require a hospital stay. Ask your gynecologist if you are a candidate for this procedure and if he/she can refer you to a doctor that does this. This procedure is good for young women who want to preserve their uterus for future pregnancny.
      Hope this was helpful.



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