Using Detox to Treat Fibromyalgia
Using Detox to Treat Fibromyalgia
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Fibromyalgia can literally stop a person in their tracks when symptoms flare. With chronic pain, muscle stiffness, and fatigue, trying to function day to day can be compromised when dealing with this debilitating disease. While diet and exercise can help, there are certain detoxifying measures that can have a profound impact on the symptoms that flare up with Fibromyalgia.

The idea behind detox for Fibromyalgia is relatively simple – Be aware of what to put into your body and be aware of what to avoid. The most important thing to encourage a Fibromyalgia detox begins with a combination of herbs brewed into a tea to remove toxins from your body. These herbs include Echinacea, fenugreek, and ginger. Brewed together into a tea, these herbs with honey as a sweetener will begin a natural detox when consumed daily.

While the tea is a good starting point to a Fibromyalgia detox, incorporating certain vegetables is important to help continued toxin removal and encourage the body to react to the new diet. These vegetables include broccoli, cauliflower, beets, onions, artichokes, garlic, sprouts, and any red or green vegetable. Utilize the nutritional value of your vegetables by keeping at least one serving of vegetables a day in their raw state. When a serving of any or all of these vegetables is consumed 3 times or more a day, symptoms for Fibromyalgia will decrease mainly because of the lack of toxins and the beneficial vitamins and nutrients that are customized for the disease.

A good detox diet for Fibromyalgia is only going to work if certain things are avoided to help reduce toxins from the start. Things to avoid are processed sugars, white flour, saturated fats, and preservatives. It is also important to cut down on dairy and egg products and eat more white meats in place of red. It’s important to incorporate more whole wheat as you cut down on meat, dairy, and egg products to fill in nutritional gaps.

Like with any diet, it will take time to make a lifestyle change with this detox and it may be a few weeks before your feel yourself combatting your Fibromyalgia symptoms. However, with commitment to the detox, your body will begin to rebuild and function with less pain and fatigue from the disease.

Reference:

  • diet.lovetoknow.com/wiki/Detox_Diet_to_Cure_Fibromyalgia

 

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