Offering safe and practical nutritional and healthcare advice - this book is vital for all women wishing to overcome the pain of endometriosis.
Endometriosis is the condition in which the lining of the womb grows on other organs outside of the uterus, frequently causing intolerable pain. In some cases it may lead to problems conceiving or infertility. However, there is relief for this condition as Dian Shepperson Mills illustrates in this book.
Endometriosis is a detailed, insightful look at a disease which affects approximately one in ten women worldwide. Drawing upon years of research, Dian Mills and Michael Vernon show how the right diet can provide the key to optimum health in overcoming endometriosis.
This book contains:
An explanation of how endometriosis affects the body and advice on how to cope with it.
An account of the key role played by nutritious and healthy food.
Information on foods that are harmful and foods with healing qualities.
Delicious recipes and practical menu suggestions.
Dian Shepperson Mills Cert .Ed. BA Dip. ION MA is a Clinical Nutritionist and the director of The Endometriosis and Fertility Clinic at London's The Hale Clinic. She lectures at The Institute for Optimum Nutrition, is a Trustee of the Charity The SHE Trust (Simply Holistic Endometriosis), an advisor to the International Endometriosis Association and a member of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine and the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology. She has written many articles on endometriosis and fertility. Dr Michael Vernon is a professor at West Virginia University, teaching, practising and researching in the area of fertility, obstetrics and gynaecology.