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Rheumatism

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Some foods can increase inflammation and discomfort, whilst others can actually reduce it and relieve pain. Discover which foods you should eat fewer of (some might surprise you) and what you should eat more of instead, when suffering from muscle & joint pain.

Discover suprising foods you should avoid

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  • tootie's photo avatar
    tootie — 28.06.2017 12:42
    want to know what i should not eat

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      earle — 29.06.2017 09:00
      Hiya I can help here. Just click on the link found on this page: Discover which foods you should eat fewer of This page takes you to information on foods to avoid such as processed foods, citrus fruits, dairy, meat, eggs, sugar and salt etc. and also what the good alternatives are. Although everyone will recognise there own individual food triggers.

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