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By Karrine Bailey
Women have one of the most important roles in the universe. That most important thing is being able to carry life and give birth. This is supposed to be a natural thing and process. For some women this is very easy and for others it can be a challenge. When the bible says that our food shall be our medicine, this is so true. Many problems start at the dinner table. I had to realize that everything that I put in my body can and will have a reaction. Some reactions are positive and some can be negative.
The Lord made the woman's body unique. We have to always stay balanced. When we go out of balance, things do happen. The two main hormones that we circulate is progesterone and Estrogen. These two hormones are needed for health and reproduction. They also must be in balance.
So why do women have polyps, fibroids and other problems. Well based on my personal story, I can say diet. I have PCOS for 10 years. This stands for Poly Cystic Ovarian Syndrome. This is when your ovaries have problems with releasing your egg on a monthly basis. Your
Ovaries will also produce cysts. For me to deal with this naturally, I had to really do a complete over haul to my diet. I am still figuring out my diet. When I was diagnosed with this, I immediately started to do my research on this condition. One of the first things that I learned is that this condition has a direct link with being insulin resistant. This is when the pancreas makes insulin, but your body does not use it effectively. So one of the first things that I did is stop eating SUGAR. Yes I said sugar. Sugar is on of the most un-needed things that we eat. It also causes many issues that we have.
Polyps, Fibroids and other conditions are started by too much sugar being ingested. If you have any of these conditions, sugar should be the first thing that you adjust in your diet. Also adjust your carbs. Too many carbs acts just like SUGAR.
I hope that this information helps you. The first thing that you need to do is make a small change. One step at a time will get you on the road to recovery.