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Tia Mowry’s Best Medicine For Endometriosis Is Food #BDOBookshelf

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Tia Mowry’s Best Medicine For Endometriosis Is Food #BDOBookshelf


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Tia Mowry-Hardrict, the mother of one, recently got candid about her fear of expanding her family due to her struggle with endometriosis, telling PEOPLE magazine, “I do suffer from endometriosis, so there’s a little bit of a challenge there.” Characterized by the growth of scar tissue outside the uterus, leading to severe pain, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services states that 5 million American women suffer from the condition. However, it appears that the 38-year-old, who hosts her own show on the Cooking Channel has discovered a way to soothe her symptoms. Her secret? Food!

“Food is powerful and has a significant impact,” she writes in an excerpt from her new book, Whole New…

Please read original article Tia Mowry’s Best Medicine For Endometriosis Is Food #BDOBookshelf posted on Healthy Black Girls on 15 March 2017 | 9:56 pm —

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