Eating a diet rich in fiber can help eliminate the wastes and toxins from your body. Don’t worry if you have 2 to 3 bowel movements a day. It is healthy. Also, high fiber diet can help remove excessive estrogen that may be stored in your body. This prevents the formation of uterine fibroids. Look at beans, legumes, vegetables, fruits and whole grains as a source of fiber. Try to eat organic food as it will be free from chemicals and pesticides. These unwanted chemicals could harm your chances of conceiving. Also, when eating a high fiber diet, it is important you drink about 8 to 10 glasses of water every day. It will ease the movement of fiber through your digestive tract.
2. Eat plenty of cold water fish rich in Omega-3 fatty acids
Such as mackerel and salmon, which helps reduce the secretion of prostaglandin – a hormone-like substance that can make the uterus contract too hard, causing pain and increasing the chances of a malpositioning of the uterus.
Being a rich source of vitamin C and bioflavonoids, consuming lots of fruits can help in impeding the growth of fibroids in your uterus. They can also help normalize the estrogen levels. Bioflavonoids also prevent ovarian cancer and help in keeping your reproductive system healthy.
4. Green veggies
Include lots of greens veggies such as kale, spinach, collard greens and stinging nettles in your diet as they help to maintain the alkaline balance of your uterus.
5. Dairy products
Dairy products like yogurt, cheese, milk and butter are rich in calcium and vitamin D which is essential for uterine health. Though calcium helps to keep our bones healthy, but vitamin D also plays a vital role in keeping the uterine fibroids away.
6. Castor Oil
The intake of castor oil make the uterus strong and help it fight against infections. The castor oil prevents the uterus from cysts and fibroids. The presence of ricinoleic in this oil boosts the uterus health.