Endometriosis can be a distressing disease affecting women's health. It can cause the most excruciating pain, and in some women it appears to trigger fertility or infertility problems. Endometriosis is systemic; it affects every part of the body, not just the gynecological organs.
People suffering with this disease often experience a general sense of feeling unwell, dreadful fatigue, bloating, bouts of constipation or diarrhea, abdominal pain and bladder problems. Nutritional medicine may help to improve ova and sperm quality, as well as improve cell metabolism so that all body systems can effectively function with the right nutrients. Health is interconnected, and depends on the efficient functioning of every aspect of the organism to achieve optimum potential.
The body wants to be well all the time and our body homeostasis pathways are continually working towards maintaining a balance
Nutritional medicine for Endometriosis is based on research that looks at the link between disorder of the reproductive/endocrine and immune systems and sub clinical nutritional deficiencies. Nutritional medicine works with the body biochemistry to restore quality of life and homeostasis, through eating a choice of nutritious foods and judicious use of supplements in the short term. Through using this method, pain may be reduced and fertility restored
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