Endometriosis: A Key to Healing Through Nutrition



Endometriosis: A Key to Healing Through NutritionOffering Safe And Practical Nutritional And Healthcare Advice This Book Is Vital For All Women Wishing To Overcome The Pain Of EndometriosisEndometriosis Is The Condition In Which The Lining Of The Womb Grows On Other Organs Outside Of The Uterus, Frequently Causing Intolerable Pain In Some Cases It May Lead To Problems Conceiving Or Infertility However, There Is Relief For This Condition As Dian Shepperson Mills Illustrates In This BookEndometriosis Is A Detailed, Insightful Look At A Disease Which Affects Approximately One In Ten Women Worldwide Drawing Upon Years Of Research, Dian Mills And Michael Vernon Show How The Right Diet Can Provide The Key To Optimum Health In Overcoming EndometriosisThis Book Contains An Explanation Of How Endometriosis Affects The Body And Advice On How To Cope With ItAn Account Of The Key Role Played By Nutritious And Healthy FoodInformation On Foods That Are Harmful And Foods With Healing QualitiesDelicious Recipes And Practical Menu Suggestions

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  • Paperback
  • 416 pages
  • Endometriosis: A Key to Healing Through Nutrition
  • Dian Shepperson Mills
  • 09 April 2018
  • 0007133103

10 thoughts on “Endometriosis: A Key to Healing Through Nutrition

  1. Amanda says:

    5 stars because the advice in this book gave me my life back, not because it s an easy or enjoyable read The author is clear that this is a complicated disease and there is no cure The text is very dense with medical, chemistry, and nutritional terminology However, worth the effort to at least get through what you can and at least try the lifestyle changes that you can reasonably maintain The wheat free diet hadeffect for me than any medical treatment 5 years on and I haven t gone bac 5 stars because the advice in this book gave me my life back, not because it s an easy or enjoyable read The author is clear that this is a complicated disease and there is no cure The text is very dense with medical, chemistry, and nutritional terminology However, worth the effort to at least get through what you can and at least try the lifestyle changes that you can reasonably maintain The wheat free diet hadeffect for me than any medical treatment 5 years on and I haven t gone back I also credit this book for taking away the terrible feeling of helplessness and inspiring me to feelin control of my own care and treatment

  2. Starfish says:

    At first, I found Endometriosis A Key to Healing Through Nutrition really depressing I was expecting something along the lines of The Low GI Diet, which had a simple, easy to follow break down of the way the body digests food, how the Glycemic Index works, and how to make it work for you Mills and Vernon, however, go into almost overwhelming amounts of detail to make the point that although endometriosis is not well understood and is currently without a cure, that nutrition can have a posit At first, I found Endometriosis A Key to Healing Through Nutrition really depressing I was expecting something along the lines of The Low GI Diet, which had a simple, easy to follow break down of the way the body digests food, how the Glycemic Index works, and how to make it work for you Mills and Vernon, however, go into almost overwhelming amounts of detail to make the point that although endometriosis is not well understood and is currently without a cure, that nutrition can have a positive effect on its symptoms if you can last out the depressing medical barrage to get to the useful chapters I keep wobbling between giving this a 3 and a 4 rating, because the recipes, eating plan and that sort of detail should be absolutely invaluable, I can see why the authors have wanted to include all the information about all the treatment options there are out there as well as the nutritional stuff, but given that all I wanted was the nutritional stuff I m going to go with 4 stars, because despite the initially overwhelming impression the book gives, the end chapters are well worth it

  3. Lois says:

    Lots of unsubstantiated claims in this book unfortunately So much waffle that you can skim over most of it It follows the same trope as most diet books, building up and up and up, to the same message minimally processed, nutrient dense, fresh foods, stress reduction, exercise, sleep I don t rate this book at all I realise people want answers and a sense of control and that treatments on offer aren t necessarily effective or ideal for everyone, but that can t be solved by dubious claims an Lots of unsubstantiated claims in this book unfortunately So much waffle that you can skim over most of it It follows the same trope as most diet books, building up and up and up, to the same message minimally processed, nutrient dense, fresh foods, stress reduction, exercise, sleep I don t rate this book at all I realise people want answers and a sense of control and that treatments on offer aren t necessarily effective or ideal for everyone, but that can t be solved by dubious claims and bad information Sometimes the evidence and research just isn t there yet Of course you can support yourself with a healthy, nutritious diet I ve definitely found positive impacts from that But then again hormones and your body changes over time, so perhaps those improvements would have happened to me anyway The evidence is not there yet

  4. April Iwema kunkle says:

    This book is FULL of information on endometriosis and it s effects on the body Which is good, but that also meant for me a lot of repeating of sections I couldn t quite comprehend For me I found it really depressing just how strict I would have to be with my food intake I don t live close enough to a large city to have all organic options I wish there wheresupplements I could check into I do still refer back to the book from time to time.

  5. Rachel Edstrom says:

    This book has a lot of really helpful information However, it is hard to take an author seriously who downplays the success rates of IVF, but cites healing through church prayer as apart of a treatment plan with no data or success rates to support it The author claims that healing can occur regardless of the beliefs of the patient Lots of other information in the book seemed to rely on correlation instead of causation.This book is good if you are looking for some background information This book has a lot of really helpful information However, it is hard to take an author seriously who downplays the success rates of IVF, but cites healing through church prayer as apart of a treatment plan with no data or success rates to support it The author claims that healing can occur regardless of the beliefs of the patient Lots of other information in the book seemed to rely on correlation instead of causation.This book is good if you are looking for some background information on endometriosis, and contains some good information on diet But many of the claims seem a little loose, and perhaps out of date since this book was published 20 years ago

  6. Wendy says:

    This book is amazing and a complete resource regarding endometriosis I wish I had found this book four years ago when I was initially diagnosed and it is a must have for anyone afflicted with this issue It is in depth with its explanations on every level as well as all the options on treatments and where to findinformation.

  7. Liza says:

    What a wealth of information This book really appealed to me in that it is incredibly in depth even on the cellular level It isn t just about nutrition either it focuses on all aspects of evil endometriosis and what one can do to defeat it and yes, I will use military metaphors, because endo is evil and should be rooted out and annihilated.

  8. Jessica Nelson says:

    Good information, but the nutritional advice suggested would be difficult for most people to stick to I know I couldn t.

  9. Gabrielle Carolina says:

    DNFA lot of outdated info in this one.

  10. Laura says:

    I think this is a great resource for nutritional guides for endo I felt it wasn t the most comprehensive in advances in excision surgery and immune system treatments with drugs like naltrexone.

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