A Finger-Licking Dessert Recipe for Women with Uterine Fibroids
Uterine Fibroids (also known as Myoma, or Leiomyoma) is a benign tumor that grows inside the uterine muscles under the endometrium. Fibroids can occur in one or more places inside and outside the uterus.
One of its causes is consuming a substantial amount of meat with a high level of estrogen, such as chicken and beef. Other causes are obesity, diabetes, shock, tension, and constant stress.
One of the obvious Myoma symptoms is flatulence, severe menstrual pain, irregular menstruation, constant bleeding, constipation, and anemia (iron deficiency) due to excessive bleedings. Women with myoma should consume certain foods that help maintain a healthy weight and supply the body with healthy sugar intakes such as Tahini-Date Balls.
Dates do not spike sugar level in women with fibroids; they even balance the insulin level in the long term when consumed moderately. Since they are a source rich in fiber, they enhance the functions of the gastrointestinal system, and reduce the risks of constipation.
Vitamin B6 in dates, help improve the functions of the nervous system and the brain by producing serotonin and noradrenaline, which in turn help with psychological stability and stress-relief. Dates are also rich in iron, as every 100g of date contain 0.90mg of iron; therefore, it is efficient for women suffering from anemia.
Date better be consumed with tahini, for tahini is made of healthy sesame that contains essential fatty acid (EFA) which improve the functions of the nervous system and help strengthen the woman’s body. It also supplies the body with various vitamins and mineral nutrients, and significantly balance the hormone levels.
Tahini-Date Balls Recipe
Type of Meal: Snack/Dessert.
Servings: 5-10 Persons.
Preparation Time: 15 minutes.
- 150g organic date paste.
- 1 teaspoon coconut oil.
- Raw nuts according to taste for coating.
- Tahini sauce ( you can drizzle on top)
- Date paste spices (optional)
Instructions – How to make Dessert for Women with Fibroids
- Combine the date paste with coconut oil and paste spices and mix well.
- Divide and shape the paste into even medium-sized balls.
- Place the ground pistachio (or any other raw nuts included in your diet) in a deep small container.
- Place the paste balls in the previously prepared nut container; roll the balls until they are completely coated.
- Present in the serving plate with tahini sauce on the side, and garnish with edible dried flowers, or a sprinkle of organic cocoa powder.
- You can preserve the Date balls in a sealed container, and they will keep their shape and taste up to one weeklong.
- You can choose other desired raw nuts as long as they do not contradict with the diet for women with uterine fibroids.