While there is no cure for endometriosis, many women have found that changing their diet can improve their symptoms and their overall health. In this video from Home and Family TV, actress Tia Mowry talks about her journey with endometriosis and how she has improved her health through diet.
After failing to get pregnant following two endometriosis surgeries, Mowry’s doctor suggested she change her diet. She implemented an elimination diet, which meant cutting out foods that are known to cause inflammation. After drastically overhauling what she ate, Tia was able to get pregnant and now has a five-year-old son Cree.
Mowry demonstrates how to create one of the chicken dishes in her book, while discussing some of the foods she eliminated from her diet, including gluten, processed sugar and dairy.
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