Diet and Nutrition

Does Nutrition Have Therapeutic Possibilities for Fibromyalgia Patients?

Other tips: Include more fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and lean proteins.

Try eating more fruits and vegetables, whole grains, and lean proteins. Eating these foods will give you more energy, and you can stay physically active. Also, seek out healthy foods that don’t require much preparation, especially if you are feeling fatigued. It might be a good idea is to purchase vegetables that are pre-washed and already sliced.

Try eating a boiled egg and oatmeal for breakfast. Your blood sugar won’t spike, and you will have the right kind of energy. Boost your omega3s by eating more salmon, sardines, bass, tuna, and swordfish. Dark green vegetables like kale, broccoli, and spinach will also give you a boost of omega-3s.

Try eating more fiber-like beans, lentils, and brown rice. Increase your fiber levels gradually and drink plenty of water. You can also eat anti-inflammatory foods like almonds, celery, cabbage, and carrots, dark green veggies, fresh or frozen fruit, flaxseeds, tofu and chia seeds.

Don’t make a dietary change all at once. Use a food journal and make alterations over a two-week period. Two weeks is a nice amount of time for you to notice a difference in your fibromyalgia symptoms.