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As with any chronic disease, the foods you eat play a key role in healing and wellness, and nutrients are especially important for staying well. Information presented in 2001 at the American College of Nutrition suggests that eliminating some foods may help those with fibromyalgia feel less pain and fatigue. In the study, women with FMS eliminated from their diet such common foods as corn, wheat, dairy, citrus, soy, and nuts. After two weeks without eating any of the trigger foods, almost half of the fibromyalgia patients claimed a significant reduction of pain. (Source: The Women's Guide to Ending Pain: An 8-Step Program, by Howard S. Smith, M.D., and Debra Fulghum Bruce, M.S. Published by John Wiley & Sons, Inc.)

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