This type of eating naturally suppresses
pro-inflammatory processes and, so can be viewed as an anti-inflammatory
NOTE: grains, dairy and soy are
not part of this ideal diet, but if you consume these,
they should be no more than in a condiment fashion and only occasional.
These foods are Inflammatory in nature.
magnesium (400-1000mg/day), calcium (400-1000mb/day), EPA/DHA
(1-3 grams/day), co-enzyme Q 10 (100 mg/day), Vit D or 15 minutes
of sunshine (body exposure) per day.
These anti-inflammatory suggestions apply
to people with back pain, fatigue, arthritis, heart disease, osteoporosis,
aging, and most other conditions.
The approach is general and directed at reducing the diet-induced
We create inflammation in three main ways:
(1) Eating an inflammatory diet;
(2) Lack of exercise or too much exercise, and
(3) Mental/emotional-driven stress.
This means that most of us are chronically inflamed prior
to injury, and also prior to the seemingly insidious onset of
inflammation that we feel in our joints.
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Techniques include: gentle
and non-force according to the individual patient's needs. Services
include spinal manipulation, physical therapy modalities, diet,
nutritional, herbal and hormonal counseling.