Low-Fat, High-Veggie Diet Can Help Foot and Leg Pain
by Erik B on Jun 04, 2015
Research from California State University and George Washington University is showing that a plant-based diet with B-12 supplements can give diabetic patients pain relief in their feet and legs. Foods such as leafy greens, steel-cut oats, and lentils promote nerve function and blood circulation that can loosen tense muscles and ease pain. This is great for people with Type 2 diabetes, but also good for folks who want to promote good foot health overall. For more on these findings, click here:: Low-Fat Vegan Diet May Improve Insulin Resistance, Reducing Diabetic Neuropathy
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