What’s The Best Fibromyalgia “Diet”?

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The Fibromyalgia Diet

Certainly, healthy eating is VERY important for ALL of us regardless of our current ailment/s.  Obesity is rampant largely due to the fact that 60% of the calories consumed by the “typical” American center around eating highly inflaming food that include those rich in Sugar, Omega-6 oil, Flour, and Trans-fats (“SOFT” foods, if you will!).  Obesity has been cited as “an epidemic” largely due to kids and adults becoming too sedentary (watching TV, playing on electronic devices, etc.) and eating poorly.

Perhaps the BEST way to manage the pain associated with FM and to maintain a healthy BMI (Body Mass Index, or ratio between height and weight) is to substitute ANTI-INFLAMING foods for those that inflame (or SOFT foods).

You can simplify your diet by substituting OUT “fast foods” for fruits, vegetables, and lean meats.  So there you have it.  It’s that simple.  The problem is making up your mind to change and then actually doing it.  Once these two things take place, most everyone can easily “recalibrate” their caloric intake and easily adapt.

Not only have studies shown that chronic illnesses like heart disease, stroke, and diabetes significantly benefit by following this simple dietary shift, but so does pain arising from the musculoskeletal system!  fibromyalgia diet chiropractor drugs herbs inflammationThis is because the human body is made up largely of chemicals, and chemical shifts are constantly taking place when it moves.  If you reach for an anti-inflammatory drug like ibuprofen or naproxen and it helps, it’s because you ARE inflamed and the drug reduces the pain associated with that inflammation.  This is an indication that an anti-inflammatory diet WILL HELP as well (but without the negative side effects)!  Click here to read the Special Report:  Fibromyalgia: Drugs vs. Herbs & Supplements.

The list of chronic conditions that result in muscle pain not only includes FM, but also obesity, metabolic syndrome, and type II diabetes.  Conditions like tension-type and migraine headaches, neck and back pain, disk herniation, and tendonopathies and MANY more ALL respond WELL to making this SIMPLE change in the diet.  For more information on how to “DEFLAME”, visit www.deflame.com!  It could be a potential “lifesaver!”

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