Low Back Pain and Sciatica Treatment: Diet
What we consume has such a direct effect on our general health and well-being that it's silly to think of our health conditions as being completely unrelated to what we eat. Low back pain and sciatica can result for any number of things; arthritis, injury, inflammation, structural imbalance etc. Depending on the cause of your low back pain and/or sciatica, diet will definitely play a varying role.
Perhaps most directly, when the pain is caused from inflammation (which itself might be caused by an injury, arthritis, or structural imbalance) diet can help. The body will respond well to consuming foods that do not have inflammatory properties. This will most likely help the pain, if not do wonders to almost cure your condition.
Effect of Glucosamine on Low Back Pain and Sciatica
Glucosamine, most commonly used in the form glucosamine sulfate, is a simple molecule derived from glucose, the principal sugar found in blood. In glucosamine, one oxygen atom in glucose is replaced...
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