Fibromyalgia: The Diet Connection

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Old 09-19-2013, 05:47 PM
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Originally Posted by jimbo2012 View Post

Avoiding certain foods may help individual patients better cope with their disease. Nutritionist Samantha Heller, MS, RD, says........

...... this won't necessarily reduce your fibromyalgia symptoms, [but] it can help to reduce the risk of other ailments that can only compound your health issues.

"When your body is healthier overall," says Heller, "you may be better able to cope with any disease, and better able to respond to even small changes you make."

[Holtorf]'s necessary to have high levels of nutrients to get the mitochondria to work and for energy to be produced." So, Holtorf adds, the higher your level of dietary nutrients, at least theoretically, the better off you might be.
The above quotes stand out and make a lot of sense to me. But I have found that a lot of people are dismissive of eating a healthy diet unless they see a direct connection between the diet and their disease. Some may even seek to prove the opposite, that good diets are bad and bad diets are good.
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