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There are 5 lists of foods that may have a role in fighting pain and may be good for easing pain due to Arthritis or other inflammatory or painful conditions in the body. This Pamphlet was given to me from my Pain Management Dr. 

By using at least one of these foods from each list daily may help but may not banish your pain completely.

Anti-Oxidants      Omega-3                                       Flavanoids

*Asparagus         * Anchovies     *Brazil Nuts             *Apples       
*Avocados          *Bluefish         * Eggs                    *Grapes
* Broccoli            *Dogfish         * Flaxseed/Linseed    *Green Tea
*Berries              *Herring          * Hazelnuts              *Onions 
*Cauliflower         *Mackerel       * Hemp Seeds
*Cabbage            *Salmon         *Pecans
*Grapefruit          *Sturgeon       *Pumpkin Seeds
*Kiwi Fruit            *Sardines       * Sesame Seeds
*Oranges             *Shad            *Spinach
*Peaches             * Tuna           *Walnuts
*Tomatoes           *Whitefish                                                           


Beta-Cryptoxanthin           Resveratrol                    

* Apricots                       * Bilberries
*Bell Peppers                   * Blueberries
*Nectarines                     *Cranberries                 
*Oranges                        * Grapes
*Papaya                          *Mulberries
*Persimmons
*Peaches
*Plums
*Pumpkin
*Tangerines
*Watermelon

 Always check with Pharmacist to see if any food like Papaya or others like Pineapple may affect any blood thinning medications or antibiotics you may be on. 
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Great post, SaraClap  Need to make this a "Sticky".  Thanks :))

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Sara,

I've always been a fussy eater myself ever since I was young, but I'm finding this additional information really helpful! 
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really helpful  ...thanks
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1990 my c2 ( Hangman fracture ) in Australia, my 27 year old sister died in my arms in accident..1998 Hit and run in Dublin, lots disc bulges,severe pain,neck, back,sciatica, facet joints adding to pain..doing better 2oo1, 2003 another Guy rear ended me on the way to work as a Nurse on a National helpline, GP missed diagnosis for 3 years, young locum Doctor on Duty, i asked for referral to accident/emergency specialist, Pain Specialist and physio..diagnosed with injury type nerve pain and neuropathic pain Dec 2006, 7-8 disc bulges, neck, thoracic and lumbar region, slight osteo arthritis discs,proplape Disc L5/S1, sciatica both legs, rhizotomys x 2 left side of neck 2007/2008..no relief..spinal cord stimulator suggested.drug Ziconatide.Pain Psychologist advised me re trial drug side effects.Psychosis, Nightmares.Chronic Pain Management course x 3 weeks in 2007/2009/2011..booster week rehabilitation... diagnosed with depression secondary to Chronic Pain Syndrome 2008/2009..retired after 5 attempts to go back to Nursing in 2009...saddest day of my life..Have done Wellness Recovery Action Plan WRAP..vital for helping to cope with chronic pain, and or depression..now advocate for others and myself on a voluntary basis for Chronic pain and Mental Health. Trained as a WRAP Facilitator as I believe we can all benefit hugely from same.Pain Specialist asked me do i have i Fybromyalgia ? my response was I am too busy for that...to see rheumatologist re ? early next yea
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I got some hemp protein but keep forgetting to drink it. It has a lot of omega supplements and of course the protein but it;s not the best tasting drink out there. I will try and remember to drink it but may mix it with fruit juice next time. Sara
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I just found this, thanks Sara
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Great post Sara.

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1st injured Feb, 1997. Was told it was "Soft Tissue" and sent back to work - no X-rays
Late 1997 attended 1st Rehab Program to strengthen back. Mid 98 PCP took me off work. Tried going back to work over the next couple years, mostly off work due to pain.
June 2000, met with OS for first time. Did MRI , damage was L5-S1 totally blown out. Surgery done Jan, 2001.
Another Rehab program late 2001, attempted to go back to work early 2002. Slipped on water, fell flat on back screw fusion broke.
Went to 3rd Rehab program summer 2002.
Oct 2003 - 2nd Surgery, due to broken screw, had to operate from the front.
No improvement. Attended 4th Rehab program in 2004, at time It was decided NO work.
March 2006, had 3rd Surgery, this time fusion and instrumentation from Si to L3.
June 2008 Surgeon finally admitted I had Failed Back Surgery.
August 2009 WCB Finally put me on Long Term Disability
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superb list, surprised oatmeal is not on same, great for serotonin
Thanks so much
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1990 my c2 ( Hangman fracture ) in Australia, my 27 year old sister died in my arms in accident..1998 Hit and run in Dublin, lots disc bulges,severe pain,neck, back,sciatica, facet joints adding to pain..doing better 2oo1, 2003 another Guy rear ended me on the way to work as a Nurse on a National helpline, GP missed diagnosis for 3 years, young locum Doctor on Duty, i asked for referral to accident/emergency specialist, Pain Specialist and physio..diagnosed with injury type nerve pain and neuropathic pain Dec 2006, 7-8 disc bulges, neck, thoracic and lumbar region, slight osteo arthritis discs,proplape Disc L5/S1, sciatica both legs, rhizotomys x 2 left side of neck 2007/2008..no relief..spinal cord stimulator suggested.drug Ziconatide.Pain Psychologist advised me re trial drug side effects.Psychosis, Nightmares.Chronic Pain Management course x 3 weeks in 2007/2009/2011..booster week rehabilitation... diagnosed with depression secondary to Chronic Pain Syndrome 2008/2009..retired after 5 attempts to go back to Nursing in 2009...saddest day of my life..Have done Wellness Recovery Action Plan WRAP..vital for helping to cope with chronic pain, and or depression..now advocate for others and myself on a voluntary basis for Chronic pain and Mental Health. Trained as a WRAP Facilitator as I believe we can all benefit hugely from same.Pain Specialist asked me do i have i Fybromyalgia ? my response was I am too busy for that...to see rheumatologist re ? early next yea
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Sophie. I don't know if oatmeal has  anti-inflammatory properties but this list was given to me by a Pain Management Dr. a few years ago so maybe there has been a few things added since then? I know oatmeal is a good basic food unless one has Gluten issues. Sara

PS  I do eat oatmeal with Flaxseed, the flaxseed is on the list though as well as it has Omega 3 added also:)
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Sara, I think you are right, it is to raise serotonon levels only..and oatmeal is healthy..are you ok with Gluten ? Have a good day and thanks again for that very useful info
 
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1990 my c2 ( Hangman fracture ) in Australia, my 27 year old sister died in my arms in accident..1998 Hit and run in Dublin, lots disc bulges,severe pain,neck, back,sciatica, facet joints adding to pain..doing better 2oo1, 2003 another Guy rear ended me on the way to work as a Nurse on a National helpline, GP missed diagnosis for 3 years, young locum Doctor on Duty, i asked for referral to accident/emergency specialist, Pain Specialist and physio..diagnosed with injury type nerve pain and neuropathic pain Dec 2006, 7-8 disc bulges, neck, thoracic and lumbar region, slight osteo arthritis discs,proplape Disc L5/S1, sciatica both legs, rhizotomys x 2 left side of neck 2007/2008..no relief..spinal cord stimulator suggested.drug Ziconatide.Pain Psychologist advised me re trial drug side effects.Psychosis, Nightmares.Chronic Pain Management course x 3 weeks in 2007/2009/2011..booster week rehabilitation... diagnosed with depression secondary to Chronic Pain Syndrome 2008/2009..retired after 5 attempts to go back to Nursing in 2009...saddest day of my life..Have done Wellness Recovery Action Plan WRAP..vital for helping to cope with chronic pain, and or depression..now advocate for others and myself on a voluntary basis for Chronic pain and Mental Health. Trained as a WRAP Facilitator as I believe we can all benefit hugely from same.Pain Specialist asked me do i have i Fybromyalgia ? my response was I am too busy for that...to see rheumatologist re ? early next yea
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Here is another great anti-oxidant with a long history of medical use, pomergranate. Also full of vit a, b5, e and iron.  
Was introduced to it last week and I'm trying a 1/4 of fresh pom a day now mixed with either blueberries or other super fruits
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Hi would also like to add this as lots of vits, anti-ox/toxs and anti influenza
 

Health benefits of Lychee

  • Lychee fruit contains 66 calories per 100 g, comparable to that in the table-grapes. It has no saturated fats or cholesterol, but composes of good amounts of dietary fiber, vitamins, and antioxidants.

  • Research studies suggest that oligonol, a low molecular weight polyphenol, is found abundantly in lychee fruit. Oligonol is thought to have anti-oxidant and anti-influenza virus actions. In addition, it helps improve blood flow in organs, reduce weight, and protect skin from harmful UV rays. (Takuya Sakurai (Kyorin University, Japan), Biosci. Biotechnol. Biochem., 72(2), 463-476, 2008).
  • Litchi, like citrus fruits, is an excellent source of vitamin C; 100 g fresh fruits provide 71.5 mg or 119% of daily-recommended value. Studies suggest that consumption of fruits rich in vitamin C helps the human body develop resistance against infectious agents and scavenge harmful, pro-inflammatory free radicals.

  • Further, it is a very good source of B-complex vitamins such as thiamin, niacin, and folates. These vitamins are essential since they function by acting as co-factors to help the body metabolize carbohydrates, protein, and fats.

  • Litchi also contains a very good amount of minerals like potassium and copper. Potassium is an important component of cell and body fluids help control heart rate and blood pressure; thus, it offers protection against stroke and coronary heart diseases. Copper is required in the production of red blood cells.

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Great post Foxy,
It's great to keep adding to our list of healthy foods.


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Late 1997 attended 1st Rehab Program to strengthen back. Mid 98 PCP took me off work. Tried going back to work over the next couple years, mostly off work due to pain.
June 2000, met with OS for first time. Did MRI , damage was L5-S1 totally blown out. Surgery done Jan, 2001.
Another Rehab program late 2001, attempted to go back to work early 2002. Slipped on water, fell flat on back screw fusion broke.
Went to 3rd Rehab program summer 2002.
Oct 2003 - 2nd Surgery, due to broken screw, had to operate from the front.
No improvement. Attended 4th Rehab program in 2004, at time It was decided NO work.
March 2006, had 3rd Surgery, this time fusion and instrumentation from Si to L3.
June 2008 Surgeon finally admitted I had Failed Back Surgery.
August 2009 WCB Finally put me on Long Term Disability
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Let's keep this list going.  I have recently found that eliminating all wheat products from my diet has helped GI problems that had been ongoing and persistent.   A lot of this is trial and error and well worth the effort.

Great post FoxyClap

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I think I have a pretty good immune system, I almost never get colds, flus or viruses. I like to think the blueberries I eat every day help. I always have frozen blueberries in the freezer, pick them up when they're really cheap.
 
I put 1/4 cup in my cereal bowl and let them thaw for 15 min and then add my straw, Allbran and hay, Shredded Wheat. Now I've gotten over half of my daily fiber and a bellyful of antioxidants.
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Yes, Blueberries are very good for you.

Quinoa
is also very good. Google the word to find nutritional facts.

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1st injured Feb, 1997. Was told it was "Soft Tissue" and sent back to work - no X-rays
Late 1997 attended 1st Rehab Program to strengthen back. Mid 98 PCP took me off work. Tried going back to work over the next couple years, mostly off work due to pain.
June 2000, met with OS for first time. Did MRI , damage was L5-S1 totally blown out. Surgery done Jan, 2001.
Another Rehab program late 2001, attempted to go back to work early 2002. Slipped on water, fell flat on back screw fusion broke.
Went to 3rd Rehab program summer 2002.
Oct 2003 - 2nd Surgery, due to broken screw, had to operate from the front.
No improvement. Attended 4th Rehab program in 2004, at time It was decided NO work.
March 2006, had 3rd Surgery, this time fusion and instrumentation from Si to L3.
June 2008 Surgeon finally admitted I had Failed Back Surgery.
August 2009 WCB Finally put me on Long Term Disability
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Thanks for the list Sara.
As one who always ate anything and everything I'm finding since my waisting syndrome set in,diet is increasingly important.
This list,and other info is very helpful.
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Your Welcome Denny. Ask your Family Dr. to a referral to a Dietitian at the hospital to help you plan proper meals and supplements if you're able.

I know here in Canada your Dr. can prescribe ensure or Glucerna(for diabetics) 
if you're in need of protein and vitamins so if you have health insurance it's covered with a prescription. 

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Thanks Sara,
Kaiser doesn't pay for any of that.
My nutritionist gave me an elementary school education and I didn't go back.
Unfortunately the money don't last through the month so eating right isn't really easy
Thanks again for the welcome!
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