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Dr. Reza Ghorbani’s Top 10 Natural Foods to Live Without Pain

May 14, 2013

Learn what foods can help you live a better life without pain.

Washington, District of Columbia (PRWEB) May 14, 2013

With the Food Network gaining in popularity, many individuals are becoming even more interested in cooking at home. Making many of these delicious cakes and dishes seen on tv sound great, but many people are nervous to try some of the more exotic dishes. What goes unrealized, however, is that many of the delicious and exotic dishes have other benefits – like pain relief! Many of the wonderful ethnic dishes and natural foods commonly kept in the household are actually great natural pain relief agents!

When many think of eating, they rarely consider the effects that food will have on the body. It’s known that fast food is bad, but what foods have more health benefits than others?

  •     Red Grapes
  •     Ginger
  •     Rosemary
  •     Holy Basil
  •     Turmeric
  •     Spinach
  •     Red Meat
  •     Broccoli
  •     Cherries
  •     Fish

Indian Food:

If there was one type of ethnic food that has the most benefits when it comes to natural pain relief – it’s Indian! Look at the list of top 10 foods to live without pain. Notice that many of those foods are a large part of Indian cooking, with some of them even being native to India. Many Indian curry recipes are both popular, and perfect for natural pain relief. These recipes typically include both fresh ground ginger and turmeric, and may include red meat too. Most importantly, the two spices are among the best for helping reduce pain naturally.

Interested in trying out some Indian food? Before getting started, realize that a trip to the local Indian/international store, or the international section of the local grocery store may be necessary. There find some of the ingredients that normally aren’t kept alongside the more typical spices in the United States & Canada.

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