Quick-Start Guide to a Pain-Free Diet

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By Tiffany Harelik, MA If you are in pain, you have probably tried a lot of different techniques, herbs, devices and strategies to get out of pain. But have you looked to the one thing you do besides breathing, every day, as a potential source of chronic pain? Have you taken an inventory of your diet? Inflammation i … Read More

Filed Under: Cookbook, Pain and Inflammation, RecipesJesse Cannone
Written By: Jesse Cannone, October 17,2016

What Happens to Your Body to Cause Pain

Pain is an experience virtually every human has had. There are rare individuals who feel no pain, which can be the result of genetic mutations that interfere with pain signaling. While this sounds like a blessing, it’s actually a very dangerous condition because one of pain’s key purposes is to warn you of danger. If you … Read More

Filed Under: Pain and InflammationJesse Cannone
Written By: Jesse Cannone, November 16,2015

7 Things Pain-Free People Know That Pain Sufferers Don’t

Nearly half of U.S. adults (47 percent) struggle with at least one type of chronic pain, according to a survey of 353,000 people from Gallup-Healthways.[i] Among them, 31 percent have neck or back pain, 26 percent have leg or knee pain, and 18 percent have another kind of pain. Further, among those in their late-40s to la … Read More

Filed Under: Pain and InflammationJesse Cannone
Written By: Jesse Cannone, October 14,2015

My STRONG Recommendation If You’re on “Dancing With the Stars”

It’s nearly impossible to watch an episode of “Dancing With the Stars” (DWTS) without marveling over the sheer athleticism of the contestants. Competitive ballroom dancing is easily one of the most taxing, most demanding of physical feats. As reported by the Associated Press (AP):[i] “Even Olympians have been felled by the … Read More

Filed Under: Pain and InflammationJesse Cannone
Written By: Jesse Cannone, October 12,2015

11 Ways Inflammation Harms Your Health (and Screws Up Your Life!)

how inflammation harms you

Inflammation is an innate biological process that, like stress, is good for you in small amounts … and detrimental if it becomes chronic. Typical healthy inflammation is the type of reaction that occurs when you, say, sprain your ankle. The area becomes inflamed, which basically means you’re probably experiencing heat, pa … Read More

Filed Under: Back Inflammation, Pain and InflammationJesse Cannone
Written By: Jesse Cannone, March 2,2015

Powerful Natural Treatment for Repetitive Strain Injury

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Any type of prolonged, repetitive or awkward movement can cause damage to your muscles, tendons and nerves, leading to varying degrees of pain, weakness and numbness. In the modern day, the resulting repetitive strain injury (RSI) (also sometimes called repetitive stress injury) is often the result of computer usage – but th … Read More

Filed Under: Pain and InflammationJesse Cannone
Written By: Jesse Cannone, October 29,2014

The Best and Worst Climates for Pain

The next time you check the weather, you should also check out The Weather Channel’s aches & pains forecast. Yes, there really is such a thing, and you can either search by your zip code or check out the National Aches & Pains map. Depending on factors such as chance of precipitation, barometric pressure, absolute … Read More

Filed Under: Pain and InflammationJesse Cannone
Written By: Jesse Cannone, August 18,2014

The Ancient African Root Proven to Stop Back Pain, Joint Pain & Headaches

Devil’s Claw is an herb native to Africa, particularly the Kalahari and Savannah desert regions of the South and Southeast regions of the country. Its botanical name, Harpagophytum, means "hook plant” in Greek, and it’s the tiny hooks all over its fruit that earned it its ominous name. However, don’t let its name fool you … Read More

Filed Under: Pain and InflammationJesse Cannone
Written By: Jesse Cannone, April 16,2014

How Technology is Causing You PAIN …

Are you reading this article on a computer? Take a moment to think about your posture. Are you sitting with your head held forward and your shoulders and upper back rounded? This is incredibly common … and it’s also a major source of back and neck pain. Among teens, even, frequent computer use increases the risk of neck, … Read More

Filed Under: Pain and InflammationJesse Cannone
Written By: Jesse Cannone, April 1,2014

Pineapples to Stop Pain? (And an Awesome Grilled Pineapple Recipe!)

There’s good reason why Hippocrates said "let food be thy medicine,” as housed inside perfect ‘packages’ like pineapples are amazing, complex substances that can nourish and heal your body. Inside pineapples, especially the core and stem, is bromelain, a mixture of proteolytic enzymes that has been used for centuries to trea … Read More

Filed Under: Pain and InflammationJesse Cannone
Written By: Jesse Cannone, March 3,2014
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