What is The Endometriosis Diet with Henrietta Norton of Wild Nutrition
Ever heard of the ‘endometriosis diet’ and have been confused about what it actually is? Then this episode is for you. Today is a career (and life) highlight - I’m getting to talk to Take Control of Your Endometriosis author Henrietta Norton. Henrietta Norton’s book was at the very beginning of my holistic journey with endo, and it was her words and endometriosis diet plan that helped me to really understand nutrition for endometriosis.
Henrietta is not only the author of one of the best books out there on endo, but she’s also the founder of Wild Nutrition, a nutrition clinic and company specialising in women’s health and Food-Grown® supplements including the Endo Complex, which you’ve probably heard me raving about because I take it every single day. Henrietta is not just passionate about good food, she’s got the science to back it up - Henrietta is a registered nutritional therapist, a Functional Medicine graduate and is currently studying Nutritional Medicine - and that’s why I love her. Henrietta’s book is full of evidence, research and data on nutrition for endometriosis.
In this episode we talk about some of the key food groups which could worsen endometriosis symptoms, the optimum nutrition for endometriosis and go on a deep dive into how the rest of the body’s systems and organs can actually affect endometriosis for the better or worse. If there’s an episode to listen to, it’s this one.
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