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Foods That Fight Pain - Health Experts Talk Pain-Free Foods in New Video

August 24, 2017 in Digestion & Nutrition

Foods That Fight Pain

Health experts sit down with Kathe from DR-HO'S Healthy Living vlog and talk all things food. Registered Nutritionist Peggy Perin and Quantum Biofeedback Facilitator Cristina Pugna from Fieldstones Wellness provide tips and suggestions that can be added little by little to make big changes in your diet.

Fieldstones Wellness has a holistic approach to health and wellness and views food as a vital part of the maintenance of a pain-free life. Peggy and Cristina both stress the importance of incorporating anti-inflammatory foods into a pain-sufferer's diet.

Avoid High-Sugar Diets

Refined sugars and even an excess of natural sugars can aggravate painful symptoms. Sugar produces inflammation because it cannot be processed by the liver properly.

Golden Milk

This drink can be served warm or chilled. Each ingredient combined to create Golden milk helps to reduce inflammation. Mix the following ingredients with warm or chilled water to create a milky texture the colour of a rustic brown or gold. The drink is composed of:

  • Turmeric
  • Grated Ginger
  • Coconut oil
  • Pinch of pepper
  • Cinnamon sticks

Pineapple

Pineapple have a protein digestive enzyme that can help soothe the digestive system and alleviate pain.

Cherries

Adding cherries to a pain-management plan or diet can help neutralize free radicals and stop tissue inflammation in the body. Any fruit or vegetable with a deep blue, red, or purple hue often contain these free radical fighting antioxidants. A few others include:

  • Blueberries
  • Strawberries
  • Purple Cabbage

Wintergreen Mint Leaves

A compound in wintergreen mint leaves can block enzymes that produce inflammation and pain. You can add these leaves to a cold glass of water with lemon to easily integrate it into your everyday diet.

Healthy Omega-3 Fats

Healthy fats help to combat inflammation and can be found in animal-based or plant-based sources. A few sources of omega-3 fatty acids include:

  • Salmon
  • Herring
  • Sardines
  • Chia Seeds
  • Grinded flax seeds

Flax Seeds

Grinded flax seeds are especially beneficial for women. Once grinded, flax seeds can provide soluble and insoluble fibers and balance estrogen levels. Flax seeds also contain healthy fats for inflammation reduction.

Change Up Your Food Habits

Your diet has a huge influence on your body. Make small changes every day to encourage a healthier lifestyle. Cutting down on sugar and increasing your intake of healthy fruits and vegetables can make a big difference on your painful symptoms.

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