There is little research into the connection between diet and endometriosis, which is usually interpreted by health practitioners as there being no connection. Epidemiological research finds that a diet high in fruit and vegetables and low in meat products are protective against developing endometriosis.
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- Endometriosis – Nutrition Guide for Clinicians (PCRM). Scroll down to ‘Nutritional Considerations’ section
- Can Endometriosis Be Controlled by Diet? – Exam Room Podcast (2020) with Dr Neal Barnard and Katherine Lawrence who reversed her endometriosis
- Menstrual Cramping and Heavy Periods – Linda Carney, MD
- Using Foods Against Menstrual Pain – PCRM
- Dr. Michael Klaper Answers Common Questions – in this video posted by Dr Linda Carney Dr Klaper discusses a range of topics including women’s health issues: fibroid uterine tumors, hysterectomies, and heavy uterine bleeding and how a plant-based diet can prevent and alleviate these.
- Dietary Treatment for Painful Menstrual Periods (3 min. video) – Dr Michael Greger and associated blog post: Treating Menstrual Pain With Diet
- Hormone Dependent Diseases (Male & Female) – Dr John McDougall explains some of the mechanisms by which a high fat diet contributes to abnormal menstrual bleeding
- Plant Fit Meg Shares How She Overcame Asthma And Endometriosis (Episode 160, 2020)
- Endometriosis, GERD & A Plant-Based Diet – Shaunna Hill, podcast interview by Corinne Nijjer (Episode 26, 2018)
- How The China Study Gave Me Children (and Hope) – Katherine Lawrence (stage 4 endometriosis). See also Endometriosis and a Plant-Based Diet: Katherine’s Story (3 min video)
- Paula: Diet Cured My Endometriosis and Helped Me Have My Son
- Managing Endometriosis with Food, Interview with One Part Plant’s – Jessica Murnane
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Page last updated 26 August 2021