This is a condition where the musculo-skeletal system becomes hypersensitive. The risk factors for developing this ailment are considered 50% genetic and 50% environmental.
According to Dr. Jean Signalet, a French Clinician & Professor who conducted many tests over long periods of time with his patients, an overgrowth of bacteria in the small intestine may be a contributing factor and therefore, diet can lead to improvement and even remission when followed indefinitely.
Recommended dietary rules:
- No dairy whatsoever (you’ll need to be diligent in checking lists of ingredients as milk seems to be in almost everything)
- Casein makes up 87% of cow’s milk protein so avoid products containing Casein
- No Wheat, Barley, Rye, Oats or Corn (Rice, Buckwheat & Sesame are OK)
- Avoid cooking anything (including meat) above 110 degrees C (230 F)
- Avoid refined oils – use unheated virgin oils
- Eliminate or reduce as much as possible: processed foods, refined white sugar and salt
- Eat Organic
- try water therapy
- practicing qigong reduces the level of pain, improves sleep and mental function