Living With Chronic Pain

Why Some Foods Impact Pain Levels

It’s been said, you are what you eat. That’s definitely true when it comes to chronic pain. Diet can have a real impact- good and bad. Chronic pain is frequently the result of chronic inflammation, and evidence strongly suggests that diet can contribute to increased systemic inflammation. What is inflammation? Inflammation plays a good guy/bad… Continue reading Why Some Foods Impact Pain Levels

Living With Chronic Pain

Does A Keto Diet Help Reduce Pain?

We are realizing more and more - we are what we eat. That seems to be true for our health as well. There are several studies that strongly suggest that how and what we eat can also effect our pain. Following certain diets may provide new ways to impact pain levels.

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Sugar Causes Inflammation and Pain

Sugar hurts. We all know the connection between sugar and diabetes has been well established but high sugar diets aren’t just hazardous for diabetics. It turns out, the sweet stuff appears to be a bigger health risk than ever imagined. While weight gain and tooth decay may be the most obvious consequences of excessive sugar… Continue reading Sugar Causes Inflammation and Pain

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Living With Chronic Pain

How To Grow Herbs And Spices That Help Reduce Inflammation

Previously, we reviewed 11 spices that decrease inflammation and help chronic pain. We also shared how growing your own produce is one way to incorporate healthy food into your diet while not breaking the bank. The same approach works for growing your own spices and herbs; some take longer to mature, but if planned well,… Continue reading How To Grow Herbs And Spices That Help Reduce Inflammation

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Capsaicin In Chili Peppers May Hold The Answer To Pain Relief

Anyone who has ever unknowingly bitten into a red hot chili pepper remembers the unhappy result – burning, painful sensations that make one's mouth feel as though it has caught on fire. That painful burning associated with the consumption of a chili pepper comes from compounds known as capsaicinoids, the most well-known of which is… Continue reading Capsaicin In Chili Peppers May Hold The Answer To Pain Relief