Believe it or not, your diet could affect the amount and intensity of the joint and muscle pain you experience. Most people who go to chiropractors expect to undergo physical therapy, muscle massages and so on, and while all those are oftentimes part of the overall treatment plan, you might be surprised when a chiropractor wants to put you on a diet plan as part of your treatment.
It All Comes Down to Inflammation
Most of the joint and muscle pain that patients experience is caused by inflammation. When tissues become inflamed, then result in painful pressure. While the specific reason for strained and inflamed muscles and joints might be due to overextending or an injury, the inflammation itself is oftentimes aggravated by the types of foods that we eat. Certain foods open the pathways for inflammation, making it more difficult for chiropractors to properly treat patients. Read more on this article: http://bit.ly/2vkR2B6