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  • Here are the 9 best foods to fight inflammation when you have back pain

  • Spinal discs contain up to 85 percent water. If your discs lose water due to dehydration, you could put yourself at risk for back pain. Find out how.

  • How Sugar Causes Inflammation in the Body
    March 24, 2020 | Articles

    High-sugar diets have been linked to joint pain, but how does sugar cause inflammation? We explores the science of sugar and how it interacts within your body.

  • Ever realize when 9:00 pm strikes your clock, you suddenly feel famished and need something to eat before even thinking about bed. Depending on what your late night snack choice is, it may have a profound effect on how well you sleep through the night. Find out what you need to know.

  • Real Talk: Grocery Shopping with Nerve Pain
    February 9, 2018 | Articles

    At BackerNation we realize that simple everyday tasks aren't so simple when you live with widespread chronic pain like fibromyalgia. Taking grocery shopping as an example, we are breaking down how to go about your weekly routine with five tips as told by Jessica Zapadka, a chronic nerve pain patient.

  • To uncover why Japanese residents live longer healthier lives with less back pain, researchers studied the habits of men and women who reside in Japan. The results are in: fish, tofu and walking. So how can we apply those concepts to our U.S. lifestyle for back pain relief and prevention? Let's find out.

  • Joint and muscle inflammation could be a major cause of your back pain. Luckily there are natural remedies to try and see if they work for you. If you already like tea, this is perfect. If you don’t, you may soon become a tea drinker. Herbal teas have been known to help alleviate back pain. Try this one out. We call it Ginger Honey Baby. You will need ginger, turmeric, water, and honey.

  • Do you ever notice after eating sugary foods you may feel sluggish, unmotivated and in more back pain than before? Here, you will learn the link between what you eat, how you feel and your back pain levels.

  • The link between nutrition and back pain is all about inflammation. Foods high in fat and sugar, trigger inflammation throughout the body, including the lower back. Aim for 'clean' whole foods instead of processed ones whenever possible.