Fibromyalgia Diet – Best Foods to Eat to Reduce Pain and Boost Energy

Fibromyalgia Diet – Best Foods to Eat to Reduce Pain and Boost Energy

December 1, 2019 2 By William Morgan


Nutrition is often perceived as one of the
most effective ways to dealing with fibromyalgia. From raw foods to caveman diets, the internet
is flooded with nutritional approaches that claim they can reduce the horrible fibromyalgia
symptoms. Many experts say that your nutrition is your
fuel, and that if you only put the right fuel in your body, then your body would be able
to produce a lot more energy and heal itself faster. While this is true for most people, it’s
not the full picture when it comes to fibromyalgia patients. Let me explain: One of the most common fibromyalgia
symptoms is a compromised digestive system. For most fibromyalgia patients, the digestive
system is only functioning at about 10 to 20 percent of its capacity. Or in other words, not enough blood flows
into the digestive system and therefore it can not do its job very well. It can not produce enough enzymes,
It has a hard time breaking down proteins, it can not absorb nutrients as well as it
should, And It has a hard time dealing with foods
that require more energy to digest. So even if the foods you eat are full of nutrients,
your body won’t be able to absorb them as well as it should and their effect on your
body will most likely be limited. One thing you can do is to try to make the
most out of the current situation by eliminating all foods that require more energy to digest. This includes:
Wheat, dairy, soy, alcohol caffeine, all processed foods, fried foods, sugar, artificial sweeteners,
salty foods, beans, lentils, red meat, and cruciferous vegetables like broccoli and cauliflower. So if you avoid all of these foods, you’ll
most likely experience some degree of relief. In fact, a small number of fibromyalgia patients
can eliminate all their symptoms just by changing their diet, so changing your diet is definitely
worth a try. On the one hand, any relief is good. But on the other hand, if you keep avoiding
so many foods that you probably like for a long period of time, you’ll start to feel
deprived. You’ll feel like you have to live a life
of avoidance. It also means that every time you’ll be
tempted to eat one of these foods, you’ll feel guilty for doing something that’s bad
for your body and you’ll know that you’ll be paying a price for it the next day. I remember when I was in extreme fibromyalgia
pain, I mostly ate a very clean diet in order to reduce my pain just a little bit. I used to be so jealous of my friends who
were able to eat whatever they wanted and not feel any pain… For example, they ate pizza, and of course
it had wheat, dairy and some processed ingredients… and they didn’t feel any pain! I wanted to be one of these people… That’s why avoiding so many foods in order
make the most out of my compromised digestive system wasn’t good enough for me. So I started thinking –
“What can be the cause of a compromised digestive system?”,
“Why is my digestive system functioning so poorly?”,
“How come not enough blood flows into my digestive system?” At that point I changed my approach. Instead of trying to make the most out of
a compromised digestive system, I started to look for things that might be suppressing
my digestive system… I thought: “If I can make more blood flow
into the digestive system, then it would be able to handle anything… even pizza!” To make a long story short, after years of
research, I finally figured out what was suppressing my digestive system. It was the same root cause that was responsible
for all the pain, fatigue, brain fog, and all other symptoms. I can’t go into detail about the root cause
of fibromyalgia in this video, but you can click on the link above or below this video
to learn all about it. So when I started treating the root cause
of fibromyalgia instead of trying to make the most out of a compromised digestive system,
I gradually noticed that I’m having less and less stomach pain. I was then able to eat more and more foods
that require more energy… even junk food… without feeling pain. I still eat a relatively clean and healthy
diet and I think a healthy diet is important, but I also allow myself to occasionally eat
whatever I want… and my body can easily handle it. So in my opinion adjusting your nutrition
is a good step in the right direction and you should definitely try it out, but at the
same time you should focus most of your efforts on treating the root cause of your compromised
digestive system. Now, if you would like to learn more about
the root cause of your compromised digestive system, which is the same root cause of fibromyalgia,
then I invite you to click on the link above or below this video and sign up to watch my
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