What Foods Could Help Shrink Fibroid Tumors?

By Amie Comeau

Uterine fibroid tumors are related to consumption of fatty foods, stress, smoking, caffeine and alcohol. Changing your diet to include nuts and cold-pressed almond oil will change your body chemistry to a more alkaline environment that will inhibit the growth of tumors.

...

Uterine fibroid tumors are related to consumption of fatty foods, stress, smoking, caffeine and alcohol. Changing your diet to include nuts and cold-pressed almond oil will change your body chemistry to a more alkaline environment that will inhibit the growth of tumors.

Detoxifying Foods

Fibroid tumors are reduced by dietary changes that allow toxin and waste elimination. Super foods like blue-green algae, spirulina, chlorella and wheat grass contain nutrient-rich minerals that are more easily absorbed, and create effective toxin elimination.

Beets and Beet Greens

Liver cleansing

Most fibroid tumors act as receptacles for toxins. Beets and their greens regulate blood sugar, cleanse the liver, as well as eliminate toxins. Plant-based diets create a more alkaline body.

Pears

Whole foods for women

Pears are essential to women's health. They contain phytonutrient ellagic acid, boron and lignin which work together to fight tumor growth.

Soy

Eliminating dairy from your diet can help to shrink existing tumors and prevent new growths. Using soy to replace dairy in your coffee, tea or desserts will make it palatable.

White Turnip

Woman's fasting food

Fasting can support the detoxification process and reduce fibroid tumors. Steaming white turnip with its greens and mashing it with turmeric, black pepper and raw almond oil is one recipe to use for a woman's fast. Consult your nutritionist before beginning any fast.

References

About the Author

Amie Comeau first published writing and photography in 1998. Her images appear on Fine Art America, and her writing appears on eHow and Answerbag. Comeau studied art therapy at the University of New Mexico and teaches integrative yoga therapy. She has a Bachelor of Arts in philosophy from Tulane University.

Related Articles

More Related