Glad it's useful. Altering just one thing at a time is definitely best rather than an all at once diet. I had a veggie diet already and panicked about the soya thing when I first read about it. It took me a while to get past the misinformation to actual hard facts. I've eaten plenty for years, had little pain and only have one nodule so it can't be a big problem or I would be riddled with endo.
I found reducing my alcohol intake has helped so it's no a once a week treat ( my vice is red wine but it has oestrogen and alcohol makes demands on your liver) and I have cut out almost all dairy . I use alpro soya and oatmilk instead and Bute Island scheese (the nicest tasting cheese alternate in H and B, violife is a bit plastic tasting) .
I've invested in a good blender, buy frozen red fruit and now put smoothies on my breakfast cereal to boost my fruit intake which is an easy to do change.
I am trying to buy more organically in general, including shower gels and shampoos ( waitrose do a pure water lily range free of parabens and not too pricey that helps my allergies and IC).
I'm also trying out floradix iron supplement as my iron is borderline but it's too soon to tell if it's making a difference.