My Organic Life is a blog dedicated to empowering people to live and thrive with endometriosis, through holistic lifestyle changes, diet, and natural treatment options.
My Organic Life is a place about my life with endometriosis. I just want to inspire those living with endometriosis to love their bodies and work with them. I know that the very beginning could be really hard but we all need to understand endometriosis, and what makes our own symptoms worse and what helps us to manage. I spent the last two years trying to find the best solution for my body. It’s a long process. And what works for me doesn’t mean it will work also for you. We are all different!
I wanted to create a space to share the niggly parts of this disease in the hopes to make other girls who felt my pain laugh, cry, and smile! So this blog is a space that is dedicated to making the outcasts feel normal. It is a space for you to breathe and know you are not alone, for you to feel included and a sense of being in a community.
The alternative treatments, endometriosis diet recipes, and lifestyle advice from myself, all serve to help treat endometriosis naturally and reduce symptoms. This isn’t a website against surgery, painkillers, or hormones, this is just my story. Over the last few years, I found other ways to manage my Endo symptoms because these didn’t work for me. I’m here to offer options that help you design a way of living with endometriosis that works for you.
Endometriosis does not yet have a cure – neither I assume my methods are a cure. Instead, they are options for management. Endometriosis affects everyone differently, so whilst I have researched various ways of coping, they may work for some and not for others.
I am not a medical expert or a nutritionist . The methods I offer are from a mix of research, personal experience, information, and knowledge. They are not to be considered a replacement for medical treatment, please speak with your doctor in regards to any medical changes or decisions.
The endometriosis diet is a guide of foods known to trigger symptoms in some of us. For a comprehensive and tailored diet, please consult a nutritionist.