Fibromyalgia & OA - Food ideas?

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lil_magil
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   Posted 5/3/2008 9:36 PM (GMT -7)   
I have OA and FM. I usually cant tell where one ends and the other begins. But sometimes i actually can (scarey thought).
I am looking for information on foods that should be added or deleted from my diet. I eat 75% organic and am thriving to do even better. Both ailments along with my asthma have improved since i have cleaned up my diet. I know there are a lot of foods you shouldn't eat for FM but what about OA? Anyone know?
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lil_magil
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Date Joined May 2008
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   Posted 5/4/2008 11:22 AM (GMT -7)   
Hi there,
I watched the video. I would really like to try it. I looked at several pages on the site. My husband also has really bad skeletal and knee problems from throwing the javelin. I know so many people that are sick because i am 50 and have been actively involved in my own health care for 30 years. You network like the dickens for health information. Please tell me the changes it has made in your condition and what your condition is. My 19 year old daughter has my exact symptoms and we are always looking for help. We function as normal human beings, we just do it in pain. She is in college full time and so determine to live a normal life but seems to me she suffers way to much. She says it hurts no matter what so she is going on about life. But my question is -what will she be like in 30 years if i dont help her in my lifetime. I have committed myself to getting her well and that is my one true dream. As for me -i embrace every good minute and gobble it up with all the things i cant do when i am down. For the most part i believe the worst is over for my pain because i am so used to it and on the right medications. So i function. Almost like a normal person. But if i could get better? If i can help my daughter? Then maybe i can do something i enjoy(what ever that is)...
Any ways how has it helped u?
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