Research listed below shows dramatic and promising improvement for those with fibromyalgia by simply adopting awhole foodsvegan diet that emphasizes increased fruits and vegetables and the elimination of all animal products such as meat, dairy, and eggs.
From my clinical experience, eating anAnti-inflammatory dietis extremely beneficial for those with chronic pain. Vegan diets are probably beneficial because they are free of the evil kitchen table culprit “arachidonic acid” found in animal fats that most traditional prescription and over the counter pharmaceutical agents work to block.
To spare you all the biochemistry blah blah blah, let’s just say that arachidonic acid becomes inflammation. By implementing an anti-inflammatory eating plan or vegan diet those challenged by the chronic debilitating pains of fibromyalgia just might experience a dramatic increase in pain relief as well as less overall need for using medications.
Remember that less medicines, means less side effects. Less side effects means less medicine needed to address side effects of medications. Don’t get caught up in the snowball down spiraling effect of chronic prescription drug use if you can achieve similar if not better results with diet.
The kitchen table is truly the heart of medicine.
Going vegan may just be the answer to this painful condition. At the very least do your best to eliminateMcInflammation. Be sure to always check with your physician before making any changes to your diet or lifestyle.
Other researched therapeutics that may be helpful for fibromyalgia: