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Old 05-30-2017, 11:48 AM   #2
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Default Re: Vegetarian diet for menopause years?

For heavy bleeding I would definitely try a whole food plant based diet. This would be a low fat diet with no oils (oils are not a whole food) and you may possibly need to eliminate higher fat plant foods like nuts, coconut, and avocadoes. There is a direct correlation between fat intake and sex hormones, and you would want those to go down to get rid of heavy bleeding, so keeping your fat intake low should help tremendously! It may take a few months to see the change, though.
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