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Fibromyalgia Causes

Fibromyalgia causes?  You can search the internet and find different answers to this question, but there are general symptoms of fibromyalgia most everyone experiences.  

Is there a fibromyalgia cure?  I found it for myself.  I personally put my fibromyalgia into remission years ago.  Let's talk.

From MayoClinic.org:

Doctors don't know what causes fibromyalgia, but it most likely involves a variety of factors working together. These may include:

Genetics. Because fibromyalgia tends to run in families, there may be certain genetic mutations that may make you more susceptible to developing the disorder.

Some illnesses appear to trigger or aggravate fibromyalgia.

Physical or emotional trauma.
Post-traumatic stress disorder has been linked to fibromyalgia.

What causes Fibromyalgia?  Find out Fibromyalgia Causes and more at MissHomemade.com

Oh, the conveniences of life in today's world!  Technology is consistently putting out new things that makes living today so much easier. 

Smart phones can do a lot for us and we don't have to leave the comfort of our chair (or couch).  Do you remember what it was like 20 or even 30 years ago?  I do, and it's nothing like today.

Can you believe the wonderful things we have to eat and have access to?  Many have access to a computer and just a quick search will bring up recipes to make anything you want. 

Supermarkets stock so much more than they used to due to public demand.  Want to make Mexican, Italian or Asian food?  Just go to the grocery store and pick up your ingredients in a snap. 

Speaking of grocery store, if you want access to food that was not sprayed with chemicals that cause disease, you can even go to Wal-Mart to get some things.  Keep demanding organic, it is so important for your health and well-being.

Baked Teriyaki Salmon with Couscous and Vegetables

Fibromyalgia Causes 101
Your Diet

If you don't cook, there are wonderful restaurants that you can visit to satisfy any craving.  It's fantastic, isn't it?

For most of people's lives they have not watched their diet and ate pretty much anything they wanted to eat.  Sugar, deep-fried, chemical laden food without a thought and over time those chemicals have built up in our body.  Here is an example of just that with the photo above...

Can anyone tell me about the baked salmon photo? Do you think it Is a healthy fibromyalgia meal or not? Yes or No?

Salmon is healthy, yes, but where did you buy it? Was it wild-caught or farmed? To eat something that will be good for you, you must make certain it was wild-caught as farmed fish are a no-no and I will get into that later.

What else? Teriyaki sauce? Yes! Teriyaki sauce has sugar in it and that itself is poison to those suffering with fibromyalgia. I am going to tell you the first secret right now: If you want to completely change your life and start living again, you must cut out all sugar in your diet.

If I have a weak moment and eat something sweet I have pain the rest of the day. I am not kidding you.  Sugar=Pain.

If you don’t want to do that, will you ever be pain free? No. Is your life worth it? Absolutely and I will help you get there. Your family is worth it, isn’t it? Your children? Life is short and you can begin to feel so much better in a few weeks.

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