It happened to me. It took about seven years of allergy shots, but for several years, from the age of fourteen until about age twenty, I was able to eat soy sauce and my favorite cuisine at that time, sesame chicken and shrimp fried rice (which I'm convinced is because of birch allergy shots). But there was a slight catch. Slightly different reactions that I didn't understand, happened.
Allergic reactions can be exhausting, mentally, physically and psychologically.
Exhaustion. I'd eat my favorite pizza (which is usually made with vegetable oil, the other name for soybean oil...or olive oil that is fake) then get super sleepy.
I never had the surgery to find out if I had endometriosis, but based on the debilitating pain and my family history, it was very probable and my doctor said the only way to manage it was through hormone therapy.
Birth control pills for hormone balance: is there another way?
|Choices and knowledge bring freedom and health.|
Experience and observation have taught me a lot
|You can freeze homemade smoothies for that sorbet fix|
I've noticed over the years, there was a direct connection to what I ate and the fibroids that my gynecologist would find in the sonograms. About four years ago, I was told by my gyno I had two fibroids they had to monitor. What's interesting is that prior to that (for like a month and a half) I had been indulging in a specific sorbet that I thought was non-GMO...until I noticed the faded, barely visible printed text on the lid of the completely empty container, "This product was made using genetically engineered ingredients."
Thank you. Thank you very much.
Upon cutting that food out completely and taking a few drops of the female balance formula daily for a month, I made another sono appointment. The fibroids were gone.
Coincidence? I think not.
So how do you go about changing your diet to balance your hormone levels?
Allow your body to heal. Give it time to get your immune system up so that you might be able to eat things later that you can't now. And as you can see from my last post, miracles do happen.
Keep believing. There is power in hope and one day, we will all want to hear your story.