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Be skeptical about studies that claim certain foods can help ease pain - many are based on small studies and not yet confirmed by high quality research. Some types of chronic pain can be improved by diet changes (eg. celiac disease). Talk to your doctor about your pain before changing your diet.
nutrition, turmeric, arthritis, inflammation, chronic pain, whole-food, plant-based, obesity, processed food, celiac, gluten
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Rated on: 6/14/2016 10:46:06 AM
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