What Is Endometriosis?

by Jodi Shabazz April 29, 2018

What is endometriosis?
Small patches of uterine lining tissue (called endometrium) migrate to and implant themselves in other parts of the pelvic areas such as the ovaries, fallopian tubes, uterine muscles, colon, bladder and sides of the pelvic cavity. These endometrial implants contain brown blood debris and upon rupturing, they spill into the pelvic cavity creating irritation and inflammation. During menstruation, these endometriomas swell with blood and bleed, after which scar tissue forms in the injured location leading to a buildup of dense tissue adhesions. The pain and inflammation can be debilitating.

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Endometriosis Root Causes Series 1 - Estrogen Dominance

by Jodi Shabazz April 29, 2018

Sure, we can heal scar tissue and adhesions with the therapies and intense, focused plan in my book. But what if the scar tissue has other forces behind it? If it’s not caused by surgery or a prior infection (that has since been resolved), it can be caused by Endometriosis. This result of scar tissue and adhesions (endometriosis) is one that can be insidious and a bit more difficult to manage and treat. But it CAN be treated and healed successfully. It will, however, take a holistic whole-body approach. And in order to fully heal blocked fallopian tubes due to Endometriosis with a permanent healing, it will involve addressing the root causes. So, let’s discuss now one of the root causes of Endometriosis, Estrogen Dominance.

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Endometriosis Root Causes Series 2 - Underactive Thyroid Gland

by Jodi Shabazz April 29, 2018

In one particular medical survey, 42% of women with endometriosis also had an underactive thyroid gland (Hypothyroidism). Hypothyroidism is a serious health condition which is extremely underdiagnosed. If you suffer from endometriosis, it will also be a smart move to be tested for this condition. There are various warning signs that may show that you are afflicted with hypothyroidism. The most common symptoms include moodiness, depression, weight gain, fatigue, high cholesterol, hair loss, intolerant to cold, low libido, tingling during the palms and feet, and infertility. And these are just a few! Here's a link with many other possible symptoms you could experience with hypothyroidism! http://hypothyroidmom.com/300-hypothyroidism-symptoms-yes-really/ If you have any of these symptoms, PLEASE get your thyroid checked!

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How Is Scar Tissue Processed, Used, and Excreted?

by Jodi Shabazz April 29, 2018

Serrapeptase and the other healing components in the Fallopian Tube Formula work together to eliminate inflammation and break down scar tissue and adhesions. And what exactly are scar tissue and adhesions made of? They are made of proteins! 

Serrapeptase, in particular, is a proteolytic enzyme, which simply means that it dissolves harmful proteins that form scar tissue, blood clots, cysts, mucus and arterial plaques, among others, while also speeding up tissue repair. ​Since living tissue is not broken down by Serrapeptase, taking this enzyme poses no threat to healthy tissue or cells. 

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Serrapeptase Side Effects

by Jodi Shabazz April 29, 2018

The proteolytic enzyme, serrapeptase, is taken to ease inflammation. This particular protease is used as it effectively dissolves dead and swollen tissue.
I first published information to the internet in 2000, after a San Diego pioneer first educated me on its properties. I researched 23 studies on this compound, and started to prescribe it to clients who were exhibiting comparable symptoms. Dosages were in the order of 10,000IU for patients who were taking part in the early studies, but varying mega dosages were administered to other clients. Intake was progressively increased, and I soon found out that the studies were correct, as it was working as well as what was indicated, with superior results at higher doses. I am now 67 and have been taking as much as 240,000IU for the last 13 years on a daily basis. I am convinced that my excellent health is partly as a result of using this product.

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How To Naturally Boost Male Fertility And Support Strong Sperm

by Jodi Shabazz April 29, 2018

Sperm count is declining according to a recent analysis. The results show a 52% decline in sperm concentration, with a 59% decline in total sperm count over a 40 year period that ended in 2011 according to data published in the journal Human Reproduction.

The study looked at over 42,935 male participants who provided semen samples between 1973 and 2011. The chosen studies were well distributed over the 40 year study period, amongst 50 different countries.

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