Posted by: Indonesian Children | May 9, 2010

Fibromyalgia and Food Allergies

Fibromyalgia and Food Allergies

Fibromyalgia is one of the most common rheumatic conditions next to osteoarthritis. Fibromyalgia pain (algia) occurs in the fibrous (fibro) ligaments, tendons and in the muscles (my).  Fibromyalgia symptoms can be generalized pain, achiness, and stiffness all over the body. Some of the pain may radiate from places on the body when he sufferer is touched. These are called “tender points”. Another symptom of fibromyalgia is chronic fatigue.

If you are searching for a Fibromyalgia Diet and Nutrition Program start with a Food Allergy Test / Food Intolerance Test.

Food allergies or a Food Intolerance can contribute to inflammation which can lead to fibromyalgia pain. And the type of food contributing to inflammation or pain can be different for each individual. One food may be positive in one case and negative in another. The easiest way to find natural fibromyalgia relief is by eliminating the foods that may be contibuting to the pain.

Food intolerances “turn up” the pain volume in fibromyalgia sufferers. They also have more noise, light and chemical sensitivities, than other people.

Arthritis and Food Allergies

Osteoarthritis and Rheumatoid Arthritis are conditions with considerable joint inflammation, which causes pain and discomfort. The key is to learn which foods may be triggering the arthritis pain and inflammation and then elimnate them from your diet. This inflammation may flare up hours or even a day after the food is consumed and absorbed into your system. This is called a “delayed” food reaction.

If you are searching for a Rheumatoid Arthritis Diet and Nutrition Program start with an Alcat Food Allergy Test.

Our food allergy / food intolerance tests test can help you find Fibromyalgia relief by “turning down” the pain volume.

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