The Pain Relief Diet
By Dr. Victor Jean Ouellette, DC, MS, DNM,
The Pain Relief Diet is a new concept born out of scientific research. It is a topic that most people have not
considered before. Can food affect pain? Yes, as a matter of fact, food is used as the biological precursor for
hormones that make pain worse and for hormones that make pain better. As a matter of fact, the exact same enzyme is
used in the body as a catalyst for the last phase of hormone production for both the anti and the pro inflammation
hormones. But, the starting ingredients are very different coming from different foods. This is nothing
really new to the scientific community, but quite new to the general public.
It would be nice if things were as simple as that, but unfortunately, the body is more complicated yet.
Different people react to different foods. These reactions are not always of the allergy kind. Sometimes foods
react in the intestines. Celiac disease is a common example. Sometimes a person's genetics are suspect. The
Sicilian population that cannot eat fava beans, the New Mexico aboriginals who cannot eat Maize (corn), the
Africans who cannot eat dairy are all examples of populations with genetic peculiarities regarding food.
Designing a Pain Relief Diet took quite some time. Finding a structure for a diet that would give most people in
pain some relief took some effort to build and test. The Pain Relief Diet has been written into a manual for people
to use to guide them on the roadway to optimal health and wellness. This manual is obtained when a client purchases
a Lifestyle Counselling Program of Care on the PainReliefLifestyleStore web
site. The diet does not work like a drug. The diet is a process of using food to modify physiology. This makes
it much safer than harsh drugs that always come with side effects. The Pain Relief Diet is both an elimination
diet and an inclusion diet. To learn the specifics you will have to take the Canadian Holistic Online
Consultation at www.TheQ.ca and then purchase a Program of Care
People in pain have specific needs. They often have the need for a low Calorie diet. The reason for this is to
reduce the immune stress on the body when it is in pain. Every time a person eats a meal their immune system kicks
into gear to deal with the meal. Reducing this immune stress is part of the key. Most people need help with
For more information you can visit the Pain Relief Diet web site at http://www.PainReliefDIet.com.