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Endometriosis is a complex disorder of the female reproductive tract whereby cells, similar to those found in the lining of the womb, are found elsewhere in the body. During your monthly cycle the fluctuation in hormones stimulates these cells to grow, then break down and bleed as they would in the lining of the womb leading to inflammation, pain, and the formation of scar tissue.
Approximately 10-15% of all premenopausal women have endometriosis but despite being one of the most common gynaecological diseases, how endometriosis occurs remains controversial. One of the most supported theories is that endometriosis is fuelled by a dominance of the hormone oestrogen, however growing research suggests that there is an auto-immune aspect to the condition
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> How endometriosis effects women and how it can be managed
> Why nutritional deficiencies contribute to endometriosis and how to correct them
> How excess sugar effects the immune system and what you can do to change this
> Why endometriosis and IBS often go hand in hand
> The functional medicine approach to optimising your health with endometriosis
> Where to go for additional support
‘I suffered from painful periods for several years, so much so that I would faint and would often have to take time off work. Eventually I was diagnosed with endometriosis and I consulted Rosie who explained the importance of eating the right foods and supplementing my diet to support my condition. My periods are now pain free. At around the same time, I decided to embark on IVF, and Rosie supported me throughout this treatment. Thankfully my first IVF attempt was successful and I feel that modifying my diet with Rosie’s help made a significant contribution to my success story.
Meet Rosie Letts
“I am a qualified and registered nutritional therapist, with a first class degree from the University of Westminster. I work with my clients to make small changes that drive lasting and powerful results.
My mission is to help you live a healthier and more fulfilling life, filled with energy and free from painful symptoms of conditions that are all too common in our modern society.
I might be a nutrition expert, but I’m also a working mum – I know that time is precious! You don’t have hours to spend in the kitchen, and you don’t want to spend a small fortune in the supermarket each week.
I’ll teach you small changes you can make every day that will have a significant effect on your health.
Within 12 months you will have transformed your relationship with food and will be eating in a way that perfectly complements your unique body and lifestyle.”