Chronic aches & pains are caused by inflammation. Certain foods can reduce inflammation some are cranberry juice, nuts, seeds and oils that have fatty acids, those of us who have diabetes need to take every step we can to minimize the inflammation in our bodies. Wecan manage our diabetes better when we keep inflammation in check.
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Inflammation and toxins cause most illnesses & most aches & pains. Inflamation causes cancer, arthritis & diabetes. While white ite tea has been knwon to decrease inflamation a diet high in Omega 3's also reduces inflamation.
As we begin to exercise more regularly during our weight loss journey, we notice aches and pain along the way. However we must realize that these aches and pain will be associated with the way that we desire to look at the end of our journey", thus....it hurts to look good! (Be sure you're able to distinquish if the pain is from working out incorrectly or if the pain is the result of building muscles}
Often times, we give up certain exercises because it hurts too bad to continue. But if we associate this with our future goals, then we realize that it doesn't hurt as bad as we thought.
This past week I had lower back troubles with pain radiating down both legs down onto my feet. Never in my life did I ever feel pain like this. I did research and I am not a big fan of medicine, so I turned my complete attention to Yoga and the different poses that target pain in the body.
I went to www.yogaforbeginners.com and learned in detail what all the poses and branches of yoga really stood for at a beginners level. Just the few poses I did the aching pain slowly went away. Mountain pose, Half Moon pose, Dancer pose, and Cat pose gave me a great sense of relief! TRY IT!
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