Low-Back Pain and Food … Did You Know?

That there are some foods that can cause Low-back Pain? Here’s a list of some of the culprits that can contribute to your Low-Back Pain;

  •  Dairy
  •  Wheat
  •  Sugar
  •  Corn
  •  Soy (oh boy!!!)

low back painDue to the structure and function of connective tissue called Fascia, certain foods that contain gluten can be a direct cause of lower back pain. Fascia is a connective tissue that envelopes, shapes and connects every muscle and organs in the body. Actually, it’s been shown that in males (of course), through the influence of fascia, there is a direct connection between the brain tissue of a male and his testicles!

Because the fascia of the colon is connected to the lumbar discs, when you consume “gluten containing” products, it can cause the colon to contract and physically twist the lumbar vertebrae, which can cause pain. Of course, drugs are commonly given to deal with the inflammation and Low Back Pain.

If you are one of the many Americans suffering from Low Back Pain, I suggest you eliminate the above foods from your diet for a minimum of 14 days. Also, write down on a piece of paper all of your current symptoms (aches, pains, allergies, fatigue, etc) and re-check after 14 days (some of you may need a longer period) to see if there are any improvements in your physical, mental, and emotional well-being.

Of the many drugs on the market, some of which were “prematurely” released to the public like VIOXX. This drug was commonly prescribed for arthritis, and may have been directly responsible for the deaths of up 55,000 people!!!

About the Author

Tomi Toles has helped hundreds of people achieve their goals and improve the quality of their lives since he entered the health and fitness industry in 1988. He now lectures and holds workshops throughout the country and in Canada as one of 13 C.H.E.K Faculty members in the world for the prestigious C.H.E.K Institute teaching industry professionals, private clients and at public schools the C.H.E.K philosophy.

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