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Could a Better Diet Cool Your Inflammation?

From the Show: Mindful Medicine
Summary: By cleaning up your diet, you can decrease chronic pain and improve your sleep patterns.
Air Date: 9/10/19
Duration: 23:19
Host: Holly Lucille, RN, ND
Guest Bio: Lynn Lipskis, DDS
Screen Shot 2019-09-07 at 9.40.56 AMDr. Lynn Lipskis, a graduate of Loyola University School of Dentistry, is director of the TMJ & Sleep Therapy Centre. She co-founded St. Charles Family Dentistry Ltd. with her husband, with whom she has practiced dentistry for 30 years. She was a clinical instructor in pediatric dentistry at Loyola University School of Dentistry until it closed in 1993.

She is a Diplomate of the American Board of Craniofacial Sleep Medicine and the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine. She is also board-certified by the American Board of Craniofacial Pain.

Since 2011, she has concentrated her professional attention on the practice of dental sleep medicine and the treatment of TMJ and chronic pain. The Lipskis host a doctors’ course on airway-focused orthodontics on an annual basis.
Could a Better Diet Cool Your Inflammation?
Inflammation in the body causes chronic pain and poor sleep habits. But, if you take away inflammatory foods, inflammation decreases, as does the pain. When pain doesn’t keep you up at night, you sleep better. 

By removing toxic foods from your diet, everything runs more smoothly. Dr. Lynn Lipskis shares tips for how to make healthier food choices to reduce pain and improve sleep. She explains how certain foods can cause inflammation in your airways, making it harder to breathe when sleeping. Eating too much before bed will increase your body temperature, making it hard to fall asleep. 

She also covers the five food groups that cause inflammation -- gluten, dairy, processed carbohydrates, alcohol (specifically red wine) and refined sugars -- and what to eat to get the best night's sleep. 

Listen as Dr. Lynn joins Dr. Holly Lucille to discuss what and how to eat for a good night’s sleep.
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