Our entire body, including our joints, gut and brain, functions best when we eat a diet based primarily on nourishing, whole foods. From reducing processed foods to eating the rainbow, find out what you can do to reduce your pain through an anti-inflammatory diet.
Research finds that you can eliminate many of the effects of chronic pain and side effects of medications with an anti-inflammatory diet, regular exercise and stress management.
Contributor: Christine Spiroch, PhD, PA-C Many people don’t realize that simple modifications in their diet may help ease painful joints. Arthritis is a problem of chronic inflammation, so choose foods that reduce inflammation before it starts. How do you do this? Remove inflammatory foods while adding others with anti-inflammatory effects. This is a simple, natural … Read More
Many Americans downplay pain as an annoying part of getting older. In fact, one recent study found that we rank pain at the bottom of a list of health concerns including cancer, obesity, heart disease, alcohol and drug abuse, and AIDS. But chronic pain is a bona fide disease that is on the rise, says … Read More
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