This month, I’ve been teaming up with Pelvic Health Physiotherapist, Maria Elliott to talk about pelvic pain and ways to manage endometriosis. I was fortunate enough to discover Maria a year after surgery for stage 3 endo and adenomyosis. She is known for her healing hands and has been instrumental in my pain management. ... Read more
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
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!
Since changing my life by eating anti-inflammatory food, I’ve maintained an unrefined sugar only diet. This has only been possible by healthy alternative treats like these delicious turmeric biscuits. I use turmeric wherever possible in food and it works well in this recipe from The Modern Baker.
After being diagnosed with stage 3 Endometriosis I had a surgical procedure to remove the disease. This was performed via keyhole surgery, known as Laparoscopy and was a success. However, despite being expected to make a full recovery and become pain free, the symptoms continued. My consultant told me to be patient and allow time ... Read more