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Posted on 05-19-2011

Original Post Date: March 1, 2010

 

 I am the owner of Seaman Chiropractic. I am an practicing chiropractor with 25 years experience of teaching patients in Niles how to make progressive improvements in their wellness. Nicole Richie and Kelly Osborne may have avoided addiction to pain killers if they had used some of these suggestions.


Foods to Consume:
* Fruits and vegetables
* Lean meats and fish (lean meats are best because fat releases inflammatory chemicals)
* Potatoes
* Herbs/spices (i.e. garlic, oregano, etc.)
* Olive oil
* Coconut oil
* Nuts
* Dark chocolate
* Lots of water
* Red wine (in moderation-one to two glasses/night)
* Stout beer (in moderation)
* Sea Salt

Reasons to Consume These Foods:
All of the foods mentioned act as an anti-inflammatory and/or function to control important physiological parameters such as pH (acid/base) balance. The current American diet is roughly 20:1 in regards to inflammatory versus anti-inflammatory foods; the goal should be more towards 1:1 .

Sea salt doesn't affect your blood pressure so it is safe to use. The food recommendations should help you achieve a healthier balanced ratio of inflammatory/anti-inflammatory food items, thus leading to a greater quality of life and a decrease in your pain levels when you follow these guidelines.

Get help and advise for decreasing your pain, call 773-545-2233 today. I'm Dr. Cynthia. I can help you.

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