Pelvic Health Diet

Eat and drink your way to stronger pelvic parts (bladder, uterus, vagina and rectum)

No woman wants POP (pelvic organ prolapse), incontinence or any PFDs (pelvic floor disorders). And just about every woman wants to DIY her way to good health. Fortunately, your choices of what you eat (and how much) can go a long way toward preserving your pelvic integrity. Come back often for updated tips and advice on diet and pelvic health.

 

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The Diet You Should Try

Before committing to the latest fad diet, why not try our pelvic floor health diet instead? You might be surprised by the foods you should be eating more.

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The Micronutrient for Macro-Change

Vitamin D, found in oily fish, milk and eggs, helps build skeletal strength and prevent the pelvic floor from weakening. Because few foods contain vitamin D, we recommend taking a daily supplement that contains 1,000 to 2,000 international units (IU) of vitamin D.

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