Endometriosis: a key to healing through nutrition

by dian shepperson mills (ma) and michael vernon (phd hcld)

In Endometriosis: a key to healing through nutrition Dian Shepperson Mills and Michael Vemon describe clearly what endometriosis is, how it affects the body, the treatments that are already available – both orthodox and complementary – and, most importantly, what practical steps can be taken to push endometriosis into remission via nutrition.

Book cover for Endometriosis: a key to healing through nutritionDrawing upon years of research, the authors show how diet may assist in optimising health and how it may unlock a completely refreshed sense of well-being offering hope and support to sufferers of endometriosis.

This book includes:

  • an explanation of how endometriosis affects the body and advice on how to cope with it
  • a practical account of the key role played by nutrition
  • information on foods that harm and foods that heal
  • information on good/bad minerals and vitamins for endometriosis
  • recipes and menu suggestions
  • practical tips on how to live with endometriosis.

This book fills the void by traditional treatment of endometriosis and provides physicians and patients with additional options”
Deborah Metzger PhD MD

Many women with endometriosis have found that nutrition can play a major role in overcoming some of the most debilitating effects of the disease. Dian Mills has studied the role of nutrition in treating endometriosis and, together with Michael Vernon, has made this information available in an understandable and compassionate way
Mary Lou Ballweg, President of the Endometriosis Association


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