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EP 102 - Link Between Chronic Back Pain & Diet

From the Show: Dr. Taz Show
Summary: Dr. Todd Sinnett shares the link between diet and back pain.
Air Date: 10/2/18
Duration: 24:44
Host: Dr. Taz
Guest Bio: Todd Sinett, DC
Todd SinettDr. Todd Sinett is a pain expert and chiropractor. In his bestselling series of books, including 3 Weeks to a Better Back, he has introduced the Sinett Solution: the practice of listening to the whole body and treating all sources of back pain on the structural, digestive, and emotional levels (what the calls the "triad of health"). He is a recognized authority in applied kinesiology and has served as clinical expert for many TV programs, including The View, and Good Day New York. Dr. Sinett has been a lecturer on MSNBC and at the Learning Annex, and has been featured in countless health and fitness publications.
  • Book Title: The Back Pain Relief Diet: The Undiscovered Key to Reducing Inflammation and Eliminating Pain
  • Guest Facebook Account: www.facebook.com/DrSinett
  • Guest Twitter Account: @drsinett
EP 102 - Link Between Chronic Back Pain & Diet
Dr. Todd Sinnett knows that there’s more to back pain that you might think. Our organs and muscular system are related. The foods you eat may be causing you discomfort.

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Twenty percent of the world suffers from back pain. Eighty-five percent of people will suffer back pain at some point in their lives. It is the primary reason for job disability and the second most common reason for missed work days. Many people accept that back pain is part of life, not seeking remedy.

Back pain comes from structural sources, tension from emotions and stress, and diet.

Dr. Sinett hears back pain complaints from many individuals with an unhealthy diet of simple carbs and simple sugars. He also sees individuals who eat too much of foods considered healthy, like protein bars, salads, oatmeal and club soda. Anything that causes digestive inflammation can lead to back pain.

And, not all people digest food the same way so your sister or partner may be able to eat certain foods without any of the negative effects.

Listen as Dr. Sinett joins Dr. Taz to discuss how your diet may be causing your back pain.

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