I swear this is the last post I’m going to make on this subject. But seeing as there are many of you out there with the same issues, I’m using this as a teaching tool. So Jen left this link in the last post. I’m a granola kinda girl and like to find the most natural remedies for everything. Hell… when I had the flu last week we tried acupressure to help. Unfortunately I couldn’t lay in the bed for more than 5 minutes before having to run to the bathroom for it to be effective.
I did some looking on this site. I see that black strap molasses (or just plain molasses) could be a possible cure for uterine fibroids. I’m willing to give it a try. But what I found most interesting is that a gluten and dairy free diet could be a possible help with those suffering from endomitriosis. Could my last 3 weeks of breadless, pastaless suffering been for a reason? My significant lack of breakfast toast and creamy soaked fettuccine be helping my pain free living? In a way I hope so, but at the same time the thought of living without the yumminess of my favorite foods is horrible. No more noodles. No more mac n’ cheese. No more crusty baguette with brie. Oh the humanity. How does a foodie survive without the most basic elements of eatery? And especially one who finds bread making to be therapeutic.
In the mean time, I’ve found an excellent gluten free pizza crust recipe. Then I ate my weight in cookie dough.