It’s true that you are what you eat and that if you eat well, you feel well. You may not realize it, but your diet could be a contributing factor to your pain. Foods that are high in sugar, trans fat, refined carbohydrates, such as bread, doughnuts, and pasta trigger an inflammatory response in the body.
On the flipside, a lack of nutrients can also affect your body in a negative manner: a Vitamin D deficiency can lead to bone pain and muscle weakness and a protein deficiency can attribute to muscle, bone and joint pain.
By incorporating foods that have anti-inflammatory properties, inflammation from conditions such as arthritis can be alleviated. A diet with natural anti-inflammatories such as ginger, turmeric and blueberries prove to be very beneficial in helping you feel better.
Our nutritionists will help you find deficiencies in your current diet and develop a structured dietary regimen that you may incorporate into your day-to-day to help you reach your nutritional goals.