I always make this comforting drink whenever I’m having an endo flare up. The anti-inflammatory ingredients can really help take the edge off the pain and it’s a great caffeine free alternative to tea in the morning. Why not give it a go? I recommend using fresh turmeric and ginger for this recipe if ... Read more
Another great recipe that’s easy to prepare and fits in with an anti-inflammatory lifestyle. Thanks to Rukmini Iyer’s recipe which I’ve slightly adapted for those avoiding certain inflammatory foods. Enjoy! Ingredients: 400ml of coconut milk (for endo warriors, either make your own or use one without guar gum) 1kg organic chicken thighs 600g organic ... Read more
You can buy ghee in the supermarket, but home made tastes so much better. I usually cook it in batches, a plain ghee and another infused with garlic. Ghee is a traditional staple in Indian cooking and has been used in Ayurvedic medicine for thousands of years. It’s made from butter, but during a ... Read more
Turmeric is a great spice to incorporate into your endometriosis diet as its active ingredient, curcumin, is anti-inflammatory. It’s been shown to reduce estradiol production and so MAY slow the progression of endometriosis. There’s also been some preliminary studies that show curcumin receding endometriotic cells in a dish!