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It’s a cancer-like condition that will afflict as many as three out of four women at some point throughout their lives.1 I’m talking about uterine leiomyoma or myoma, commonly referred to as uterine fibroids or fibroid tumors. These are tiny, non-cancerous (benign) tumors that often develop within the uterus of a women, typically during their childbearing years.
Uterine fibroids can range in size from just a few millimeters to sometimes as large as eight inches in diameter (roughly the size of a melon!) though they usually tend towards the smaller end of the spectrum.2
Symptoms & Signs of Uterine Fibroids
Not to be confused with cysts, uterine leiomyomas are solid, abnormal growths in smooth muscle and fibrous connective tissue that can cause symptoms including:
- Chronic pain
- Repeated urinary tract infections
A surprising number of women who have them, however, experience no symptoms at all. The medical industry claims that it doesn’t know why uterine fibroids develop. Because these pesky little masses are typically harmless, many medical professionals say not to worry unless these or other similar fibroid symptoms start to develop.
Fibroids Treatment Options
The standard medical approach to treating troublesome uterine leiomyomas ranges from having women take hormone-altering pharmaceuticals to encouraging them to undergo major fibroid surgery in the form of a hysterectomy. There are also newer, supposedly “non-invasive” procedures like MRI-guided focused ultrasound surgery (FUS), for instance, which involves using heat and sound in the form of high-energy ultrasound technology to break up and destroy fibroid tissue.3
In certain cases, these aggressive approaches are fitting. But unfortunately none of them address the biggest elephant in the room: prevention. Avoiding them altogether should be every woman’s first priority when it comes to myomas.
While there do exist natural alternatives to drugs and surgery that science suggests could be helpful in keeping existing fibroids in the uterus from growing larger, or possibly even eliminating them altogether… wouldn’t it be better to prevent them from forming at all if possible?
What Causes Fibroids in Uterus?
Despite what many in the medical community claim, uterine leiomyomas do have a cause even if we don’t fully understand what it is. One thing we know for sure is that fibroids tend to grow in response to high levels of estrogen, and conversely stabilize or even shrink after menopause when estrogen levels decrease. We also know that both estrogen and progesterone control the growth of the endometrium, or uterine lining, preparing a woman’s uterus for pregnancy.4
Evidence suggests that uterine fibroids have a special affinity for both progesterone and estrogen, as they contain more receptors for these two hormones than surrounding normal tissue. Estradiol specifically, which is a type of estrogen, is known to promote fibroid cell replication, while progesterone prevents fibroid cell death. Together, these two mechanisms of action can lead to the uncontrolled formation of damaging fibroid tissue. This uterine fibroid tissue also contains high levels of the enzyme aromatase, which converts testosterone into estrogen, further contributing to even more fibroid development and spread.5
Knowing this critical information – mainly that a hormonal imbalance plays a direct role in causing fibroids in uterus to grow – can offer clues as to what interventions might help to keep leiomyomas at bay.
It’s clear just from these few details I’ve laid out that a woman’s hormone levels are powerfully influential in either allowing or preventing the proliferation of fibroids. And a woman’s hormones are directly affected by the things she eats, how she lives her life, and what types of things she’s exposed to in the environment on a daily basis.
Bad Diets Make Estrogen Levels Spiral Out of Control
Junk food is the first thing that women need to take into account and remove from their diets if they hope to decrease their chances of developing myomas. This includes things like processed meat derived from conventional feedlot cattle. These are known to increase inflammatory markers due to their heavy content of chemical additives and “bad” fats. Grass-fed beef, pastured poultry, and wild-caught fish are much better alternatives, as they contain fewer chemicals and more “good” fats that support hormone balance.
The same is true for conventional dairy products, which often contain steroids and other chemicals that are known to alter hormone levels. You’ll want to avoid refined sugar and grains as well. Both can lead to weight gain and hormone disruption, not to mention the fact that they spike blood sugar levels and are just all-around damaging to the immune system. And don’t forget about alcohol and caffeine (beyond perhaps 1-2 cups of coffee or black tea per day), both of which are major no-nos when it comes to keeping hormone levels in check.
In addition to eating organic produce and grass-fed meats, women trying to steer clear of uterine leiomyomas will want to consume plenty of leafy greens and cruciferous vegetables. Leafy greens are rich in vitamin K, which is known to help prevent clotting and control menstrual bleeding.6 Cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli, cauliflower, and Brussels sprouts likewise possess anti-fibroid properties. This was demonstrated in a case-control study out of China which found that these foods directly counteract the formation of uterine fibroids at the systemic level.7
My good friend Dr. Josh Axe also recommends eating foods that are rich in beta-carotene, a type of vitamin A that’s been shown to help the body along in repairing and creating new tissue. This includes carrots, sweet potatoes and yams, kale, and spinach, grass-fed butter and ghee, as well as other naturally-orange foods like cantaloupe and apricots, which may help to break up aberrant tissue growth like the kind that contributes to fibroid formation.8
Really, any food with hormone-balancing properties is beneficial when it comes to steering clear of leiomyomas. Adaptogenic herbs such as holy basil and ashwagandha, for instance, are widely known to help support hormonal homeostasis (balance) throughout the body while minimizing stress and boosting immune function. Omega-3 fatty acids like the kind found in fatty fish and other foods like chia and flax are similarly beneficial in helping to keep hormones balanced.9
Xenoestrogenic Toxins: What to Avoid
Our modern world is loaded with chemicals, many of which have xenoestrogenic properties. This means they can interfere with hormone production and conversion, leading to a hormone imbalance. Chemicals to actively steer clear of include pesticide and herbicide chemicals that are routinely sprayed on non-organic produce to deter critters and weeds. Synthetic fertilizers, food preservatives, conventional cleaning and personal care products, air fresheners, solvents, paints, and even plastic bottles and containers are also all common sources of xenoestrogens that should be avoided.
In place of these things, you’ll want to purchase only organic and certified chemical-free foods as much as possible, as well as switch to glass and stainless steel for food storage. To keep the air smelling fresh and clean around your home, you can’t go wrong with all-natural essential oils. These are much safer, and quite frankly better smelling, alternative to conventional aerosol cans, candles, and plug-ins. Most of these products are made with petroleum-based “fragrance” chemicals that are known to interfere with proper hormone expression.10
Exercise Is a Nightmare for Leiomyomas
Last but not least, staying active is a critical element for women seeking to naturally protect themselves against fibroids. Peer-reviewed research has determined that exercise is directly correlated with incidence of fibroids – meaning the more a woman moves, the less likely she is to develop leiomyomas and the many associated symptoms.11
There are some fibroid risk factors that women don’t necessarily have control over, of course, including family history, age, and race. But there are plenty of contributing factors that women can change with awareness and taking action. Moving your body regularly in ways you enjoy, eating a healthy diet, and avoiding toxic chemicals in food and personal care products are among the most important lifestyle habits that a woman can (and should) adopt for prolonged wellness support.
See Your Doctor If You Have Fibroid Symptoms
I need to emphasize that it’s still vitally important that you see a doctor if you’re already experiencing fibroid symptoms that suggest the presence of myomas inside your body. Severe pelvic pain or vaginal bleeding, for instance, are pretty strong indicators that you probably need a proper physical examination and possible surgical treatment to get things under control.
The fibroids diagnosis process may include getting an ultrasound, CT scan, or MRI to determine the severity of the fibroid condition in order to pinpoint the most appropriate remedy, and you’ll need to consult with your doctor to identify the best course of action for you.
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Please in need help in here
I have a big uterine fibroid and i bleed a lot during my period and last month i went to the hospital because i couldn’t stop my bleeding buy using this hormone balance and some good supplement for fibroid, and in there also couldn’t stop it until Dr came and she said will remove your fibroid to stop bleeding, i was crying a lot because i know there a lot of alternative treatment for this since im following the truth about cancer .so she wasn’t able to remove it all she did remove half and my bleeding stop thanks god, because my hemoglobin level was 70 and for them said very low i got 2 bags of blood after surgery to reach 94 ,they sent my fibroid to the lab and backed fibroid no cancer ,but she want to talk my uterus out to avoid any new fibroid and to not get cancer .so scared i don’t know what to do ?
please Ty help me what to do im still talking this good supplement and i will not stop it .but should i go with this surgery or what? she said even if the fibroid shrunk i will never go .
I need help, your advice please ?
After following truth about cancer series very hard for me to go with the conventional treatment. i know behind this hormones imbalance that why im taking E PLEX suplement now on my second bottle i love it . and talking powerful organic green powder .
my fibroid was 4.5 centimeter now should be smaller since she took half.
MARILOU MONTES says
Hi Miss Sue
i have this uterine fibroid also 3.5 cm but i had symptoms of bleeding in between periods..
what is that EPLEX supplement you are btaking?where to buy it?Im from Philippines.
This is the supplement im talking it is very good
I just had a hysterectomy. I had 10 fibroids, one was 7cm. Very large. Uterus was equal to 12 weeks gestation. Very glad I did it. Fibroids are not cancer.. I didn’t realize all my pressure, fullness, and constipation was from the fibroids. I exercise 5 days per week and eat about 80-90% clean diet with no family history of fibroids that I know about. So all these factors didn’t apply. Maybe stress causes my hormones to be out of control, I’m going to take a closer look at my foods that may contain glycophosphate,. Don’t. E afraid of the surgery. I struggled with the decision but I feel so much better now.
I was told my very large fibroids would shrink after menopause, with no medical intervention. This is what I opted for and is exactly what happened.. I am fine; no more pain; no more bleeding.
Customer Success says
Glad to hear this worked out well for you, B.
B, I’m glad to hear of your success. I consulted with a gynae surgeon this week who stated there would only be from 10-30% reduction of my huge fibroid after menopause, and it would take from 6 months-6 years to reduce after menopause. As my fibroid is over 15cm and 1400cc, giving me a very enlarged uterus, this won’t be enough reduction for me to live comfortably with. I’ve also heard from two friends about the growth of their fibroids after menopause so I’m not feeling optimistic about non-surgical options for me at the moment.
Kanya Gaur says
Hi my name is Kanya. I have a intramural fibroid near fundus of 46.76mmx,subserous anterior wall fibroid of 10×12 mm, posterior wall fibroid of 22x23mm in uterus. My mom had breasts cancer. Is it necessary to remove uterus? Just because my mom had cancer. My age is 38yr. I have two children. Please let me know what can I do?
Customer Success says
Thank you for reaching out to us. We do have some helpful info for you.
First of all, I’m so sorry to hear about your diagnosis – I’ll be sure to pray for you.
Unfortunately, we are unable to give any kind of medical advice. The best advice we can give you is to consult with one of the doctors we interviewed in the Global series.
Please note that we are not able to select an expert for you.
We’ve created a page with the experts’ contact info as it was available to us.
Here’s the link to the actual webpage:
We do have one more resource you may be interested in. During our Live Event 2017 series, Dr. Patrick Quillin suggested contacting The Institute of Functional Medicine to locate a practitioner in your area.
If you are interested, here is the link to search for a Functional Medicine Practitioner in your area: https://www.ifm.org/find-a-practitioner/
I’m also attaching the info about the Hope4Cancer clinic in Tijuana, MX if you’d like to reach out to them.
Please also see the resources below in case they will be helpful to you.
From our beginning, we have supported charities that really help these cancer patients.
HealingStrong supports MANY cancer patients and are amazing. HealingStrong, a nonprofit organization, is supported 100% by volunteers, who are experienced in using natural strategies. The organization’s mission is to educate, encourage, equip, and empower those seeking comprehensive natural strategies to heal strong and stay strong.
HealingStrong Connect Groups meet monthly in various areas of the U.S. and South Australia to link others interested in natural strategies, holistic protocols, and local resources. Their groups focus on mind, body and emotional healing based on Biblical promises, as they believe the God of the Bible is our healer. For more information on how to start a group, or become involved in one, please go to: http://www.healingstrong.org/groups, and like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/healingstrong.
Cancer Crackdown is so awesome and helps patients without a lot of money get supplements and treatments and even helps them raise money:
Also, the Independent Cancer Research Foundation is another charity that we support, also known as Cancer Tutor. They have been a TREMENDOUS help for cancer patients and have a TON of life saving information they give out freely and they do real research into treatments for cancer that are outside of the toxic Big Pharma Big 3:
The best that we can suggest is to contact Healing Strong and Cancer Crackdown for any need in financial resources.
We also support Mary Beth’s “Nick Gonzalez Foundation” which is bringing Nick’s protocol to the people…which is one of the most powerful cancer killing protocols out there.
I hope this is helpful! If you have any further questions/concerns, please let us know as we are happy to help.
Praying for your complete healing, love!
Silvia Logan says
Where can you purchase the E PLEX supplement? Does it also work with breasts too?