Saturday, September 17, 2016

Women Health: Fibroids and Uterine Bleeding: The Prevention - The Diet

Kyle J. Norton(Scholar, Master of Nutrients), all right reserved.
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Fibroids, also known as Fibromyoma uteri or leiomyoma uteri, are benign tumors originated from the muscle tissue that adhere to either the inner or outer of the uterine wall. According to the statistic from National Uterine Fibroid Foundations approximately 80% of all women have uterine fibroids with the majority usually have no symptoms. Every 10 minutes, 12 hysterectomies are performed in the United States alone.

                        The Preventive Diet

1. Whole grains
Whole gains contains high amounts of fiber which help to detoxify the environment toxins accumulated in the body including xanoestrogen and enhance the liver function in reducing the risk of over production of prostaglandin hormone that can lead to uterine bleeding.

2. Vegetables and fruits
Vegetables and fruits contain high amount of antioxidants of which can increase immune system fighting against the irregular cells growth and damage from free radicals attack.

3. Organic whole food Soy products
Soy contains high amount of antioxidants and phytoestrogen that can promote the immune system as well as balance the levbels of estrogen and progesterone hormones.

4. Legumes and beans
Legumes and beans contain are rich in phytoestrogens and act as fibroid fighters.

5. Water
Drinking 8 cups of water a day increases the blood flow of the uterus, thus reducing the risk of fibroid growth.

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