Commonly around the world people are looking for back pain help. The problem is resulting from many different reasons varying from old injuries, poor posture, high school or college sports, work out injuries, or simply putting your body through much turmoil trying to be that perfect ballerina or sportsman while growing up. Either way, back pain seems to rear it's ugly head with just about everyone I know and is a common medical issue around the world.
Have you ever considered that what you eat might have something to do with how often your back pain acts up? Why? How is that possible? According to Isabel De Los Rios, founder of The Diet Solution
, the reason is inflammation. Internal inflammation can be greatly controlled by the foods we put into our body.
So your saying, "Huh? What? You must be joking!" No, no joke but you can find out for yourself by doing an experiment. Simply cut out foods that cause inflammation and replace them with anti-inflammatory foods. The difference will bring a smile to your face and a skip in your step.
What foods to eat and what foods to avoid to control your back pain.
Inflammatory Foods - Avoid these foods for back pain help.
- Processed foods
- Fast foods
- French fries
- White bread
- Ice Cream
- Oil (vegetable and corn)
- Soda Caffeine and alcohol
- Cheddar Cheese
Cut these foods out for a few weeks and you will notice a difference in the amount of discomfort you suffer and how often you suffer from it.
For back pain help consume these anti-inflammatory foods.
- Bright colored vegetables
- Fresh fruits
- Green tea
- Olive Oil
- Nuts and seeds
- Dark green leafy vegetables
- Lean Poultry
This productive back pain help requires you to eliminate as many inflammatory foods as possible and replace them with a good amount of anti-inflammatory foods, as well as regular exercise, in line with your doctors advice. Another plus side to this approach is that eating these foods will also help with weight control, which is one of the factors in back pain. Lets face it, you've probably tried multiple over the counter pain relievers, so why not try this? And, unlike pain relievers, there are no negative side effects - only positive ones.