Have you considered that the pain you experience may be related to your summer holiday food belly?
I know the holidays can be a tough time nutritionally. (I just returned from a week visiting my sister in BC, thankfully she’s a really healthy eater so I didn’t have too many issues while at her house.)
For me, typically when I have a few cheat meals then I’ll feel sluggish and sleepy. Often my next workout will even suffer because my joints feel tight and creaky.
For me, this is sort of self correcting. It makes me want to eat clean foods again so that I’ll feel better all around.
But it wasn’t always this way. I’ve been on the planet of 51 years and it’s taken me some time to dial things in. You don’t have to take 51 years to dial in what to eat to make you feel and perform your best.
I stumbled upon a guide to help.
Listen, many people suffer from pain that’s caused by inflammation.
Inflammation is a condition where your body attempts to protect itself and heal pain caused from an injury or infection. Some of the common symptoms of inflammation that may occur are swelling, irritated skin, severe pain and loss of function or full movement of that particular body part.
Chronic inflammation, however, harms rather than heals, because the immune system attack never stops. It’s like being shot by “friendly fire” during a perpetual war raging inside the body.
Poor dietary choices over stimulate the immune system and cause chronic inflammatory responses that deteriorate the body’s overall health.
It’s time to make the connection that food affects everything. It dictates how you perform in your workouts, it affects how you look and feel. Proper food makes all the difference.
- The SINGLE most important vitamin that can help ease joint pain and inflammation
- The “Big 6” herbs to have in your kitchen cupboard in order to turn any meal into an inflammation and pain fighting meal in seconds
- The 5 BEST vegetables to have in your salad in order to maximize your anti-cancer agents
- The BEST fruit to help ease your pain and inflammation
- 13 most important ingredients to look for in a supplement for optimal joint health
You’ll find the answers to these and 96 more tips in 101 Super Foods That Fight Pain and Inflammation.
You’ll also get 101 Natural Remedies to For Pain Relief.
I’m a big believer in fueling your body naturally and when you do, you’ll be surprised at how great you feel. Give your body what it needs and in return it’ll perform it’s best for you.
PS. I think I need to have a talk with Sev. It looks as if his diet is everything stinky from me: socks, shoes, dirty t-shirt….
Now that just can’t be healthy.