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Recent studies have reported a possible link between antioxidant functioning and improvement of the chronic disease, endometriosis.  It is widely accepted that many chronic health conditions can be improved when diet is changed to a balanced nutritional one, with dietary antioxidants and the use of daily quality supplements.   For women who are diagnosed with endometriosis, this research may point to alternative non-invasive therapies that may offer symptom relief and improvement.

What is Endometriosis?
A painful condition for women, endometriosis is a chronic disease that impacts over 6.3 million women and girls in the United States.  The condition occurs when tissue (endometrium) begins to rapidly grow outside of the uterus into other reproductive areas, as well as nearby organs, including the bladder and bowel.  In severe cases, endometrium can grow unchecked into other areas including the lungs, arms and legs.  The pain experienced by individuals who have endometriosis can become debilitating when the endometrium spreads to other areas of the body, causing a build up of blood and tissue which may not be able to be expelled.   Endometriosis is frequently a worsening condition that can result in loss of fertility, surgery and some studies have reported a possible link between endometriosis and reproductive cancer in women.

Some of the symptoms of endometriosis are:

  • Swelling,
  • Fatigue (from iron loss).
  • Painful elimination.
  • Increased risk and frequency of infections.
  • Internal bleeding.
The frequency of cycles and the associated pain that women experience make endometriosis a condition that can impact health in other ways, including obesity, fibromyalgia, high blood pressure, and it has been theorized as a possible precursor to Type 2 Diabetes in women.

The Study
In a medical research report published in 2009, doctors revealed a link between reduced symptoms of discomfort and significant improvement for endometriosis patients, when antioxidant levels were raised in the focus group.    The research revealed that a high antioxidant diet (HAD) reduced peripheral oxidative stress markers, and increased antioxidant functioning.

Read: “Women with endometriosis improved their peripheral antioxidant markers after the application of a high antioxidant diet.”  This is encouraging news for women who have endometriosis, as it offers therapeutic nutritional options that may help to alleviate some of the discomfort, and progression of the chronic condition.

Did You Know?

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The Original Glutathione Formula™ helps to increase glutathione production in five ways:

  • Activating Nrf2, signaling your body to make glutathione.
  • Providing the essential ingredients your body requires to manufacture the antioxidant.
  • Helps to enhance nutrient absorption.
  • Assists in the recycling of existing glutathione in the body for re-use.
  • Maximizes enzymatic reactions that promote glutathione synthesis.

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There are plenty of health and nutrition articles that tell you which foods you should be eating more of.  Chances are that you already have a list of those foods in your head, which is a great start.  But incorporating more super foods into your diet on a weekly basis is an essential, positive healthy habit that all of us can achieve, with some tasty recipes and culinary inspiration. Continue reading “Three Superfoods You Aren’t Eating (But Should)” »
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Affiliates, Recipes and Nutrition, Thrive! Newsletter
In our May, 2016 edition of ‘Living Well’, we share tips to help you keep your health and wellness resolutions. Get some of our favorite health and wellness inspirational Instagram channels, and find daily inspiration to help you stay on track to achieve your personal goals. We also share a delicious ‘healthy swap’ Asian inspired recipe to try, and our special upcoming free training webinar on social media marketing tools for Affiliates. Please double click the newsletter to view in full screen size.
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No matter what age you are, we all share a common goal and aspire for better health and wellness. Making time in our busy schedules to eat healthy and exercise regularly can be challenging though, and some healthy reminders go a long way to inspire us all to remember our personal wellness goals. Continue reading “Introducing ‘Living Well’ Our New Monthly Newsletter” »
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After a good workout, you’re not only sweaty and exhilarated but, more often than not, you’re absolutely starving. Although the temptation to reach for a greasy burger or a salty bag of chips may be great, that’s not really what you need. In order to keep your body looking and feeling its best, you should refuel yourself and replace the electrolytes and liquid you’ve lost while sweating up a storm. In addition, you’ll need to provide your body with protein to help you build muscle tissue. One of the easiest ways to replenish yourself after a hearty workout is with a cool, nutritious smoothie–especially when they taste sweet and rich. Try one of these deliciously decadent smoothie recipes for a tasty post-workout treat that won’t leave you feeling hungry for fat filled or sugar drenched snacks.


Coconut water (not to be confused with coconut milk or coconut cream) is a delicious all natural beverage that comes from young coconuts. It’s often referred to as Nature’s own sports drink because it contains fewer calories, more potassium, and less sodium than many popular sports drinks. The addition of yogurt makes this smoothie just as satisfying as the cream filled orange popsicles of your childhood–but without the empty calories. Feel free to substitute a non-dairy yogurt if desired, but stick with the vanilla flavoring or you won’t get that cream popsicle taste.

Continue reading “Delicious Post-Workout Smoothies” »

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