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4 Nigeria foods that can shrink uterine fibroids

Fibroids which are also called myomas can be described as lump (s) growth in or outside the womb or uterus. It can happen to any woman of child bearing age. Nevertheless, fibroids become more pronounced in women who are in their 30s and can also shrink permanently after menopause.

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Some of the symptoms of fibroids include:

1. Pain and heavy bleeding during menstrual periods

2. Longer days for menstrual periods

3. Pain during sex

4. Some fibroids may lead to difficulty in getting pregnant.

The above are few of the numerous symptoms of fibroids, some cases may lead to surgical operation if natural methods are not applied on time or if the symptoms are unbearable. However, fibroids can shrink naturally if you practice the habit of living healthy. Healthy living start with eating nutritious meals that can assist you to shrink the fibroid in the long run, but don't forget that persistence is the key.

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This article will show you some Nigeria foods that can shrink fibroids naturally according to Nimedhealth, let us examine them below

1. Fruits

Fruits contains essential vitamins and minerals needed for the body. They also have anti-inflammatory properties that can shrink fibroids.

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2. Vegetables

Vegetables, just like fruits have the properties that fight free radicals of the body including fibroids. They are rich source of fibre, therefore it promotes healthy weight and good health.

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3. Whole grains

Regular consumption of refined grains such as white rice is not healthy, but to promote healthy lifestyle free of diseases such as fibroids, whole grains must be consumed regularly. Examples are brown rice, oats and millet.

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4. Beans

Beans are rich source of fibre therefore promoting healthy weight. Beans and other legumes are naturally good for fibroid shrinking.

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