9 Worst Foods To Eat and Avoid If You Have Fibromyalgia

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By Hot Health March 29, 2017 10:51
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9 Worst Foods To Eat and Avoid If You Have Fibromyalgia

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Healthy Diet—a potential Fibromyalgia Treatment

Ask any doctor and they will tell you that Fibromyalgia can be cured quicker if one follows a proper diet plan. But what needs to be kept in mind is that there exists no single one-fits-all diet plan when it comes to Fibromyalgia. Every patient needs a different diet plan as per the severity of their condition and the intensity of their pain. So, even though you may search the web as much as you like, you will need to consult a doctor before you make any changes in your diet.

Consuming Healthy Foods

No matter how different the food charts of two Fibromyalgia patients may be, there will always be one thing common—healthy foods. Consuming Healthy Foods is essential for controlling Fibromyalgia. While framing your diet plan, it is important to ensure that you are consuming a balanced diet.

This means that a good diet plan should focus at curtailing the Fibromyalgia symptoms as well as take care of conditions that tend to increase the Fibromyalgia pain. These include lethargy, hypertension, food allergies, headaches and digestive problems.

9 Worst Foods To Eat and Avoid If You Have Fibromyalgia

Some of the basic things to keep in mind while preparing a diet chart for Fibromyalgia is to

  • avoid 1) trans fats and 2) fried food items.
  • consumption of 3) red meats as well as 4) refined or processed carbohydrates should also be avoided;
  • you should also avoid consuming 5) cheese, 6) alcohol, 7) caffeine and 8) carbonated drinks as well;
  • any Fibromyalgia diet plan should aim at restricted consumption of 9) sugar.

The listed foods to avoid or severely restrict with Fibromyalgia increase inflammation in the body, thus creating more FM symptoms.

Doctors and health professionals stress the intake of dietary fiber, fish and omega-3 fatty acids. It should be made sure that your diet plan is inclusive of raw fruits and vegetables. If you love milk and don’t want to give it up, opt for either fat free or soy milk and preferably organic (grass fed cows, free of hormones, etc).

Consider eating more fruitsvegetables and cooking with spices that are known to fight inflammation.

Drinking herbal teas and consuming at least 8 to 10 litres of water daily is also recommended. Some Fibromyalgia patients report cases of acidity after consuming citrus fruits in which case those should also be eliminated from the chart.

It proves helpful to note down the reaction of each food on your body and making consequent changes in the diet chart. A full-fledged chart that aims at reducing the side-effects on your body can help reduce the symptoms of Fibromyalgia.

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By Hot Health March 29, 2017 10:51
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