I get many questions about the effect of diet on fibroids, so below are a few new tips that can help you fight fibroids with the food you eat.

I get many questions about the effect of diet on fibroids, so below are a few new tips that can help you fight fibroids with the food you eat.

Do you have problems with FIBROIDS? Eating Spinach, Asparagus, Kale and other green veggies can help offset some of the estrogens effects on the body. #dherbs #healthtips

Do you have problems with FIBROIDS? Eating Spinach, Asparagus, Kale and other green veggies can help offset some of the estrogens effects on the body. #dherbs #healthtips

5 Natural Cure For Fibroid Tumors

5 Natural Cure For Fibroid Tumors

Perms Linked to Uterine Fibroid Tumors and Early Puberty - MadameNoire | Black Women's Lifestyle Guide | Black Hair | Black Love

Perms Linked to Uterine Fibroid Tumors and Early Puberty

Perms Linked to Uterine Fibroid Tumors and Early Puberty - MadameNoire | Black Women's Lifestyle Guide | Black Hair | Black Love

Did you know up to 50% of hysterectomies are caused by Uterine Fibroids! Get the facts about fibroids with this infographic.

Did you know up to 50% of hysterectomies are caused by Uterine Fibroids! Get the facts about fibroids with this infographic.

6 Benefits of Vitamin D (1,000 IU/day) & Vitamin D Grocery List Foods | Benefits: 1. Bone Health 2. Burns Fat 3. Cancer Prevention 4. Eye Health 5. Reduce Inflammation 6. Prevents Fibroids | Foods: 1. Fatty Fish – Salmon, Tuna, Mackerel, Sardines (eat one serving two or three times per week) 2. Egg Yolks rich in Vitamin D + calcium you need. 3. Milk – One cup of 2% milk will give you 100 IU of Vitamin D. 4. Cheese 5. Greek Yogurt | Recapo re The Dr Oz Show

Dr Oz: 6 Benefits of Vitamin D & Vitamin D Grocery List Foods

6 Benefits of Vitamin D (1,000 IU/day) & Vitamin D Grocery List Foods | Benefits: 1. Bone Health 2. Burns Fat 3. Cancer Prevention 4. Eye Health 5. Reduce Inflammation 6. Prevents Fibroids | Foods: 1. Fatty Fish – Salmon, Tuna, Mackerel, Sardines (eat one serving two or three times per week) 2. Egg Yolks rich in Vitamin D + calcium you need. 3. Milk – One cup of 2% milk will give you 100 IU of Vitamin D. 4. Cheese 5. Greek Yogurt | Recapo re The Dr Oz Show

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