Food induced back pain
Back pain can be triggered by a number of things, one of them being the foods you eat or don’t eat. Here is some information about the types of foods you should be eating and those which you should stay away from.
Most importantly, you should drink plenty of water on a daily basis to hydrate yourself. Flushing the body with plenty of water can rid your body of the toxins we are exposed to on a daily basis. Indoor toxins can affect you at home or work. In certain individuals, the toxins we breath and those that are found in processed foods, can cause back pain, and is certainly something you should take into consideration.
Processed foods contain sugar and many toxins because of the way they are processed. These types of foods are extremely harmful to the body and should be eliminated from your diet. Not only does sugar add hundreds of calories to your diet, it is very destructive to your internal body which may contribute to the back pain you are experiencing. If you eliminate sugar from your diet, you’ll not only feel better but you can also eliminate that energy let down that we all know consuming sugar is capable of.
The best thing you can do for yourself is to slowly change your lifestyle. If you’re eating the wrong foods and not drinking enough water, a change to your diet can make all the difference in how you feel. Be sure to add dark colored fruits and plenty of raw green vegetables to your diet. Making these subtle changes can improve the quality of your life. I personally found if I consume two to four Fish Oil (1200 mg) supplements per day I can drastically reduce my low back pain and stiffness.
For those wanting a natural cure or remedy, try Arniflora Arnica Gel by Boericke & Tafel. Simply rub a quarter size amount of the gel in to the troubled back area and within 25 minutes you’ll forget all about your painful or stiff back. I don’t normally promote an independent product, subsequently.