This is a condition where the tissue that's supposed to grow inside of your uterus starts growing outside of your uterus on other organs. It's not usually dangerous and doesn't have any side effects, but it can be very painful and also can give you trouble conceiving, if you're trying to have a baby. Adjusting your diet and foods you eat can help with endometriosis. Learn how to adjust your diet to fit your specific health and nutrition needs in this nutrition how-to video.
Maintain body weight
Limit animal meats & products
Limit intake of soy foods
Reduce sodium in diet
About this Author
Mary Hondros graduated from University of Georgia with a Bachelor of Science in Dietetics. She currently works as a nutritionist for New Hanover County Schools in North Carolina. Her main focus is to teach children to improve nutritional habits.
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