Back pain. Food intolerance. What do they have to do with each other? Potentially quite a lot! Back pain is not a condition, but rather a symptom of one or more underlying problems. What we eat is obviously important for our general health and well-being. However, the idea that our eating habits could be a direct cause of back pain was news to me until recently.
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Holiday Eating - Research has proved what we already know: Our brains can easily override our bodies’ signals to stop eating, even when we know the consequences will be unpleasant. We’re not even talking about obesity, heart disease, diabetes or effects of longterm, habitual overeating. This is about the short-term awfulness that can follow a high-fat, high-calorie holiday free-for-all.
Eating a heart-healthy diet may make managing psoriasis symptoms easier. In this video, Ashley Koff, RD, explains how a heart-healthy diet includes essential fatty acids, which help reduce inflammation in the body.
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