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Today's top HEALTH News about ENDOMETRIOSIS

Discussion in 'Healthy Living' started by 4mangopeople, Mar 25, 2010.

  1. 4mangopeople

    4mangopeople Silver IL'ite

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    Hello Ladies

    The news item on the net today reads as follows :

    " Women binging on foods with trans fats are at a higher risk of infertility than who eat foods with omega-3 fatty acids, revealed a novel research. Researchers at Harvard Medical School, Boston, U.S, established that foods with trans fats lead to endometriosis wherein the endometrium, lining of the womb, grows outside the uterus, resulting in intense pain, heavy periods or in severe cases, infertility.

    The study is the largest and foremost to discover the connection between diet and endometriosis risk.

    Millions of women worldwide suffer from endometriosis. Many women have been searching for something they can actually do for themselves or for their daughters, to reduce the risk of developing the disease ".

    The foods rich with trans fats I sum up for awareness are spreads, soups, cake mixes, fries, chicken, deep-fried, pizzas, burgers, waffles, cookies and cakes, bakery food, donuts, cream-filled cookies, chips and crackers, potato chips, corn chips, energy bars, all the processed foods and commercial baked goods.

    Be wise and remember the best legacy that we can pass on to our children is good health.
     
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  2. jaimatadi123

    jaimatadi123 Senior IL'ite

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    hi,

    thank you for the info.. :)
    it was very informative. I know that eating oily food isnt good for the skin but after reading this realised that the damage goes beyond the skin.

    thanx
     

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