A Guide to Foods that Can Help Fibromyalgia or Make It Worse

A Guide to Foods that Can Help Fibromyalgia or Make It Worse
Through the Fog Eating well is important for everyone, but more so for those of us battling fibromyalgia. I'd like to discuss some foods to avoid and others to incorporate, and why our diet matters.  One of the most important things we can do is read labels and eat mostly whole foods. Since summer, I have gotten way off track with how I should be eating. I've eaten way too much fast food and not enough real food. I've done too much snacking on unhealthy choices. All that did was increase my inflammation and exacerbate my pain. I knew I needed to make a change. I recently changed my diet to include grass-fed meats and others that haven't been injected with hormones and antibiotics. I'm also increasing my intake of vegetables, berries, eggs, real cheese, and yogurt made with almond or coconut milk. So far, I've chosen not to give up Coke, but I do mostly drink water. I will have dessert when it's someone's birthday or another special occasion. For me, it is not about avoiding sweets as much as including healthier foods. Dark chocolate is one of my favorites.  Often it's hard to make changes in the way we eat, especially when our fatigue prevents us from cooking something healthy. Being successful in this regard is about making 1 percent changes or taking baby steps. Small changes made over time will have a huge impact. I think it he
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