With fibromyalgia, there are certain foods that will help symptoms. Likewise, there are foods that will aggravate symptoms. These foods make up the Fibro Diet and should be followed if you are looking to alleviate your fibromyalgia symptoms (particularly the stomach issues).
First, let’s clarify the use of ‘diet’ on this website. According to Dictionary.com, diet is defined as “food and drink considered in terms of its qualities, composition, and its effects on health”, and also “a particular selection of food, especially as designed or prescribed to improve a person’s physical condition or to prevent or treat a disease”. This is to which I refer when using the term ‘fibro diet’ – the food and drink that will affect fibromyalgia symptoms either in a positive or negative way.
The Fibro Diet
According to research and other studies, there are foods that will relieve fibromyalgia symptoms and other foods that will worsen symptoms. It can be overwhelming to track which ones are to be avoided, which can be okay to consume in small amounts, and the foods that should be avoided altogether. To make it easier, I’ve broken the foods down into the good, the bad, and the ugly.
The Fibro Food Guide
The Fibro Food Guide is a collection of foods you can eat with fibromyalgia and foods you should avoid. The guide lists the reasons why you should or shouldn’t eat certain foods along with an easy-to-follow printable table.
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