Eating the right types of fats in your diet can impact pain and inflammation in a positive way. For instance, omega-3 essential fatty acids are very powerful anti-inflammatory agents. They are found in cold-water oily fish, walnuts, flax seeds, canola oil and pumpkin seeds. Adding omega-3 fatty acid supplements from flax oil or fish oil may also help reduce inflammation. Olive oil is another type of oil that will reduce inflammation. In fact, olive oil has been shown to reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease, and will help to reduce pain. Other healthy oils include rice bran oil, grape seed oil, and walnut oil.
Sometimes there is nothing better and more tasty than leftovers. Whether it is day old pizza or a week or various turkey sandwiches, after Thanksgiving and Christmas we have all eaten our fair share of leftovers. In fact, many people might argue that there’s actually just nothing better than that cold turkey sandwich with a side of your mother’s sweet potatoes chased down with a slice of pumpkin pie after Thanksgiving or Christmas Holiday. But for some people, the leftovers aren’t savory, but sickening.