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I am going to be caring for someone that has Fibromyalgia, could you give me some tips on what food they should and shouldn't eat?

Nuts, pulses, beans, pulses, root veg, whole grains and salad leaves are all good sources of the most important mineral in the management of fibromyalgia, magnesium.

Winter is a good time of year to increase these foods as we like our stews, casseroles and soups (comfort foods, basically). Oily fish eaten 3 times a week might control inflammation and cutting out tea and coffee will lessen the intake of caffeine which can help reduce pain perception.

As a reward for all their hard work, a little dark chocolate probably won't hurt as it can raise mood and contains lots of helpful magnesium too.

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