We are what we eat.

We have all heard this many times, but it is the truth. What we put into our bodies will determine how well it works. The foods that we eat are the raw materials and fuel of every process and activity that occurs to keep us functioning.

There is a major chemical component to pain. This is based on inflammation, which is a chemical process. There are foods that promote inflammation and foods that decrease inflammation inside the body. A diet high in anti-inflammatory foods is essential in order to control pain.

There are many causes of inflammation including physical stress, trauma, emotional stress, and poor diet. Inflammation not only leads on to more sensitivity, but also leads to many serious and life threatening conditions such as cancer, cardiovascular disease, GI dysfunction, among others.

For any questions on the products that would be best for you, please call Dr. Miller or Dr. Morris at 570-696-4346 in the Back Mountain or 570-836-0558 in Tunkhannock.