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Joint Pain Hack

by Jerome Princy (2020-01-04)

Do carbohydrates have Joint Pain Hack Review anything to do with fibromyalgia? Yes, they sure can. Let's talk about it. Now, there are many things that can cause fibromyalgia and there are many things that can help reverse it, and restricting carbohydrates is just one of them. It was an important part of my recovery from fibromyalgia and I want to make sure everyone is aware of this option so they have the best chance at recovery. I started a low carbohydrate diet in year 3 of my recovery after reading a book about the guaifenesin protocol for fibromyalgia. The doctor who wrote the book said that people who have blood sugar issues can have great pain relief just from a low carbohydrate diet. The reason it works is because blood sugar swings eventually cause a release of adrenaline in the blood, and adrenaline can cause muscle pain, anxiety, racing thoughts, fatigue, and other things that we attribute entirely to fibromyalgia. So, if you are on a low-carb diet, you don't have blood sugar swings and you eliminate this problem. Another thing I read that seems quite plausible to me is that wheat fields are treated with certain pesticides that cause problems in the body, so if you restrict wheat, you can treat these problems. I am not sure how much I am on board with that last idea, because if that were the case, switching to organic wheat would also solve the problem, but no one talks about that. This is a question I've gotten on my site a lot lately, and I am not sure I understand the intent behind it. Is the question "I had fibromyalgia, and now it's gone, what happened?" or is the question, "I have fibromyalgia, and I want to know if I can make it go away like it never happened?" Well, regardless, let's talk about if fibromyalgia can 'disappear' in any way. I had fibromyalgia, and now I don't have it anymore. What I do still have is a tendency to express my stresses as muscle pain.