OK, so today would mark the end of the Endo madness for this month.  So as I reflect on this past week, I have to wonder, did the Endo diet help?  Actually, it did.

It was extremely hard to stick to the diet.  I messed up a few times.  Plus, I had just gone grocery shopping right before I started the diet so I couldn’t let the food go to waste.  But even with the mess ups, I do have to say that I felt better.

I am not really sure if it helped with the pain because I pulled a muscle in my lower back so I was in an extreme amount of pain, regardless.  But I didn’t get any of my Endo migraines.  I didn’t throw up at all.  I had plenty of energy–my body was just unable to keep up with me because of my back.

I do have to say that I was very happy when the Endo bloat went away (as well as the Endo fog brain).  So now I am just going to try to do my best to stick with the diet, especially during a particular two weeks out of the month.  Next month I will be able to know for sure if it is working (as long as I don’t pull any more muscles).

And if anyone is wondering, here is what my daily meals have looked like (including my few mess-ups):


  • Green Tea
  • 1/2 cup of Egg Whites (Hungry Girl in a Mug Recipe)
  • Banana
  • Vitamuffin Vitatop (available at Ralph’s, Vons & Target in the frozen foods section)
  • Women’s One-A-Day Multi-Vitamin

AM Snack:

  • Fiberone Bar


  • Healthful 10 Grain Bread (2 slices–I wasn’t going to let $5 bread go to waste)
  • Low-Sodium Natural Jif Peanut Butter (2 tbsp)
  • Welch’s Sugar Free Grape Jelly
  • Strawberries & Fat-Free Cool Whip
  • Red-Grapes
  • Celery
  • Water

PM Snack:

  • Fiberone Bar


  • Broccoli
  • Cauliflower
  • Chicken Breast or Tofu
  • Brown Rice
  • Water

Late PM Snack/Dessert:

  • Vitamuffin Vitatop Banana Choco Chip with Fat Free Cool Whip