Does Anyone Notice A Decrease In Pain Whilst Follwing An Antinflammatory Diet, Higher Omega3 Lower Sugar Diet? | MySpond

Connect with others who understand.

sign up log in
About MySpondylitisTeam
Real members of MySpondylitisTeam have posted questions and answers that support our community guidelines, and should not be taken as medical advice. Looking for the latest medically reviewed content by doctors and experts? Visit our resource section.

Does Anyone Notice A Decrease In Pain Whilst Follwing An Antinflammatory Diet, Higher Omega3 Lower Sugar Diet?

Does Anyone Notice A Decrease In Pain Whilst Follwing An Antinflammatory Diet, Higher Omega3 Lower Sugar Diet?

A MySpondylitisTeam Member said:

Starches and sugar really increase my pain. I try to stick to an anti Inflammatory diet tha my chiropractor gave. Basically 50% of your meal intake should be vegetables (mostly leafy greens) and 25% protein(wild or grass fed only). 20% whole grains but not every day. 5% good fats , fruits. I always know when I haven't followed this because my pain is horrible. I find it also helps me to eat 5 to 6 smaller portion meals a day instead of large meals. I usually make soups in big pots that incorporates what I am suppose to have then I can freeze them individually and it makes for easy meals and helps me stay true.

posted 2 months ago
A MySpondylitisTeam Member said:

Oh yes. Sugar definately increases my pain. I still need to learn to pass up those "special treats" that do more harm than good.

posted 7 months ago
A MySpondylitisTeam Member said:

Yes starches are inflammatory

posted 8 months ago
A MySpondylitisTeam Member said:

I do notice.. a big difference.. dairy is a big one for me as well

posted 8 months ago
A MySpondylitisTeam Member said:

I agree. Sugar is the devil. Any carbs, I live a life of trying to avoid carbs. Difficult

posted 7 months ago
Browse more questions and answers
Continue with Facebook
Sign up with your email
Already a Member? Log in