If you’re a sweets and candy kind of person, then you’re probably a lover of that cocoa goodness. Chocolate comes in so many forms; cake, cookies, bars, milk, ice cream, cereal and more. It also comes in different flavors such as white, milky, dark, with caramel, with peanut butter, nuts, etc. It looks as though when it comes to chocolate, there are so many endless possibilities and even though that can seem like a good thing to hear when talking about all the concoctions you can create, it can have some lifelong affecting factors as well. As good as chocolate may taste, it can be very bad for your health. It can cause the development of diabetes, heart complications, obesity and even fibroids.
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Food And Fibroids
So what is a fibroid? A fibroid is a non-cancerous (benign) hormone tumor of the uterus that forms on the uterine wall. When fibroids develop, they usually cause extreme bleeding from the vagina, erratic menstrual cycles and a lot of pain.
There are many reasons why fibroids can develop on the uterus, one reason can be the genetic changes that your body may endure.
Another reason why your body may develop fibroids is because of hormones.
Estrogen and progesterone are two hormones that prompt the growth of the uterine lining during a woman’s menstrual cycle to prepare for pregnancy and are usually the main cause of why fibroids develop.
With that understanding, certain foods that you consume can cause the development of fibroids. This is because certain foods can trigger that development.
For example, consuming sugar-filled food and drinks such as