Uterine fibromas are benign tumors. They are also known as leiomyomas, fibroids or uterine polyps. Uterine fibromas grow within the muscles of the uterus, outside the uterus, hanging in the uterine cavity or very rare in the cervix. These can vary in size, from microscopic to having too much weight. Uterine fibroids usually form in the fertile age of the life of a woman. These uterine fibroids are rarely a cause for concern, but when they become too large, they should be treated more seriously. Although a large percentage of women suffer from uterine fibroids, doctors are not really sure what cause them or how they are produced. What they do affirm is that estrogen and progesterone, both female hormones, contribute to the growth of fibromas.
Diet and tips for reducing uterine fibromas
There isn’t a complete diet. The body will not respond to natural therapies, herbs and supplements. It is advisable to have a diet rich in whole foods with nutrients. The idea of eating like this is to create a base for a healthy body and better functioning of its organs.
The importance of fiber to treat uterine fibromas
Have you been diagnosed with a uterine fibroma? The first thing you should do is to eat more fiber. Fiber helps the body to get rid of the excess of estrogen. The best sources of fiber are dark green leafy vegetables, broccoli, chards, wine, quinoa, chia seeds, beans, ground flax, grains etc. Select whole grains whenever it’s possible. Avoid white, refined grains. Good choices of whole grains would be brown rice, millet, spelled, buckwheat, rye and oats.
Homemade remedy to treat uterine fibromas
Here, we’re presenting you a very easy recipe that includes beet as its main ingredient.
- 1 piece of raw and fresh beet
- 1 teaspoon of honey
- 1 garlic clove
- a glass of freshly squeezed carrot juice
Grind the beetroot and garlic in a juicer and mix with the freshly squeezed carrot juice. Add the honey and drink this juice daily, with resting once a week.