Fight Pain with Food

8 Foods that Fight Pain: Cherries

Originally published in the Hippocratic Post written by Salma Khan, this article suggests several foods that might help with pain suppression. There is some evidence that all of these foods have some inflammation & pain relieving properties but of course just as for medication taken in pills and capsules, dose is important and the amount you might get from any of these foods is probably quite variable. If you are going to try these food to relieve chronic pain it would be best to have your prescription medication close to hand to use if needed.

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A Sense of Purpose Can Keep You Healthy

Research is showing us the importance of having a purpose in life.

This article was originally written for the New Scientist Journal by Teal Burrell

SOMETHING to live for. This simple idea is at the heart of our greatest stories, driving our heroes on. It is the thread from which more complex philosophies are woven. As Nietzsche once wrote, “He who has a why to live for can bear almost any how”.

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Which foods can improve your gut bacteria?

In this series the team of BBC journalists and doctors investigate the truth behind a variety of different health topics that have recently been highlighted in the media. For example they regularly test which diets intended to lose weight actually work the best by carrying out simple experiments with volunteers. The experiments are generally well designed though often involve too few people to be ‘proper’ science – and the presenters point this out. Their aim is to inform us better on how we can improve our health without any commercial bias.

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British Heart Foundation – 10 minute living room workout

We know that 10-15 mins exercise every day is important to maintain lung health – it really can stop your lungs deteriorating if you have a chronic lung infection as it exercises your lungs, ribcage muscles and diaphragm. The British Heart Foundation have published this short video to help with a gentle 10 min workout you can do in your living room. If in doubt consult your doctor before starting.

Submitted by GAtherton on Mon, 2017-01-30 17:11

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