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Super Caloric Restriction Results

From eNewsletter 2/19/2024

DID YOU KNOW that more and more US adults are turning to complementary medicine therapies to manage pain?

New research published in JAMA reports a 36.7% increase in the use of therapies such as nutrition, yoga, acupuncture, chiropractic, massage, and naturopathy for pain management over the past 20 years, as increasing numbers of people seek natural alternatives to highly addictive opioid painkillers, NSAIDS, and more.

Specifically for knee osteoarthritis, a new study from Arthritis Care and Research shows that inflammatory eating habits greatly increase pain. After subjects were put on an anti-inflammatory diet for 10 years, their level of pain was reduced significantly.

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