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Sugar and Pain: Exploring the Connection Between Sugar Consumption and Chronic Pain

Does sugar increase pain? Consuming sugar does not cause pain in healthy individuals with normal weight and without diabetes. However, for those with diabetes, sugar can cause damage to the body and result in pain, including headaches and leg pain. Research suggests that sugar can increase inflammation, leading to joint stiffness, muscle aches, and tension. […]

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Expert comment about turmeric

Comments by Evgenia Maevskaya, M.D., assistant professor of internal medicine and gastroenterology, University of Medicine and Dentistry, gastroenterologist and dietitian, GMS Clinic. The herbaceous perennial plant turmeric, from the ginger family, does have potential pleiotropic action, anti-inflammatory, and antioxidant effects. This is due to the carcinoids it contains (one of which is curcumin itself). There

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