Chronic pain affects more than 8.5 million people in the UK and costs the economy 18 billion pounds a year in lost work days; while an estimated 30%, or up to 70 million people, also suffer in the US, where it’s said to be the most costly health problem. Yet, according to one study, two out of three people say that their medication is not always adequate, while 96% of GPs believe there is significant room for improving treatment. Another survey found that a half to two-thirds of people with chronic pain are less able or unable to exercise, enjoy normal sleep, perform household chores, attend social activities, drive a car, or walk; while a quarter find that relationships with family and friends are strained or broken. Neck pain, back pain, arthritis, allergies and depression are listed as the top five chronic health problems.
This book is the fruit of 15 years research into the link between food sensitivities and chronic pain. It looks at how certain foods may result in inflammation, water retention, oedema, fatigue and muscle weakness, all aggravating the pain. It also suggests a combination of foods which not only reduce the pain but lead to an unparalleled level of health and activity.
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This was really a fascinated and well-produced audiobook. I have suffered from chronic illness, which has been exacerbated due to my body's inability to take medication. Whenever I tell this to people, they think I am crazy, but the author of this book faced exactly the same problem. I learned immense pieces of information from having listened to this and, most importantly, was infused with a bit of hope during a downtime when I've mostly given up and resigned myself to suffer. For the price, you cannot go wrong in purchasing this book.
I have been married to the same wonderful wife for over 27 years and have two adult children, out of the house, that are married, working, and doing well.
A new approach to chronic pain. Even thought his diet didn't stop my chronic pain, I am eating better.
Eat To Live, by Joel Fuhman, because Joel Fuhman also has a new approach to Dieting, also.
I have not listened to any other of Bob Sinfield readings, but he does an excellent job reading this book.
Chronic Pain Solve By Diet
He makes an excellent point, that one should consider if you have chronic pain.
it seems to me that it's among the best I've heard so far. Maybe after Dr. Blaylock's
His lovely British accent.
The paradigm shift from mainstream
Where was this book 20 years ago when we needed it so badly? Why it is not a compulsory lecture in any faculty of medicine?
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