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Oligoantigenic diet

To try a modified oligoantigenic exclusion diet,evaluate the effect of following a pattern of eating in which the foods as listed below are excluded for 3 weeks. Fish Allowed: white fish, oily fish Forbidden: all smoked fish Vegetables None are forbidden but people...

The rotation diet

In the rotation diet, foods from any particular family of suspect foods (identified by the questionnaire) are eaten only once in 5 days or so. This system is effective, especially if a detailed ‘food and symptom’ diary is kept, in which all deviations from your...

Allergy and chemical sensitivity/toxicity

People with allergies are more likely to develop FMS and people with FMS are more likely than not to have allergies. Yeasts and parasites as a ‘cause’ of allergy Infestation of the bowel by yeast or parasites can result in damage to the delicate lining of the...

Breathing rehabilitation

It has been well established that disturbed breathing patterns have a negative effect on core stability, motor control and balance, as well as on pain perception. Learning better breathing can enhance better spinal function (the diaphragm is a major part of the...

Hyperventilation and FMS

Breathing ‘badly’ is usually a habit, just as poor posture is usually habitual. And as with most habits, because they are repetitive or constant they ‘feel normal’, and the internal guidance system as to what is correct posture or correct breathing accommodates to...
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