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Can a different diet help my fibrofog?
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Dr. Abby Caplin
Integrative Medicine
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In brief: Probably
Eating fresh real food, not food from packages or mixes, will give you the nutrients you may be lacking.
Organic brightly colored fruits and vegetables, free of pesticides, are ideal. Nuts in small amounts good, too. Do not eat fried foods and sugar (added sugar, sugared drinks, alcohol, anything with high fructose corn syrup, baked sweets, candy, ice cream, etc).

In brief: Probably
Eating fresh real food, not food from packages or mixes, will give you the nutrients you may be lacking.
Organic brightly colored fruits and vegetables, free of pesticides, are ideal. Nuts in small amounts good, too. Do not eat fried foods and sugar (added sugar, sugared drinks, alcohol, anything with high fructose corn syrup, baked sweets, candy, ice cream, etc).
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Dr. Johnnie Strickland Jr
Family Medicine
In brief: YES
Diets low in sugar and higher in protein with elimination of acids and toxins helps.
Of special note drinking sodas and other acidic beverages with inadequate high quality water results in a "gel-like" effect of the interstitial fluids. This means the neurotransmitters take more time to cross the synaptic space resulting in "fog" www.Medacpc.Com.

In brief: YES
Diets low in sugar and higher in protein with elimination of acids and toxins helps.
Of special note drinking sodas and other acidic beverages with inadequate high quality water results in a "gel-like" effect of the interstitial fluids. This means the neurotransmitters take more time to cross the synaptic space resulting in "fog" www.Medacpc.Com.
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