Beat Fibromyalgia with 'Great Taste No Pain'

Fibromyalgia Linked to Toxins

Sherry Brescia - 21/10/2009
Let's play a little imagine game for a moment.

Imagine every morning you wake up and hurt from head to toe.

And you have flu-like symptoms - exhaustion, severe muscle aches, diarrhea and more - that continue for months instead of days.

Plus you have trouble sleeping, swollen glands, stress, anxiety and depression.

You go to the doctor and he tells you one of two things:

1.  It's all in your head, or

2.  Sends you on your merry way with prescriptions for pain killers, sleeping pills and an antidepressant.

You've just imagined the world of fibromyalgia.

Fibromyalgia affects nearly 6 million Americans. Even though most people have heard of it, it remains a vague condition that isn't easily understood.

To explain fibromyalgia, here's a very brief anatomy lesson:

"Fibro" means connective tissue and "myalgia" means muscle pain. So fibromyalgia is a painful condition affecting the connective tissues of our muscles.

If you were to see a cross section of one of your muscles, you'd see yarn-like strands of fiber, each wrapped in connective tissue. Groups of those yarn strands are bundled together and each bundle is wrapped in more connective tissue.

Then all those bundles are wrapped up together in connective tissue which forms your muscle. The muscle is then connected to bones by tendons or to other muscles by ligaments. (Both tendons and ligaments are connective tissues too.)

So you can see that a connective tissue problem can cause pain ALL OVER in and around your muscles.

Anatomy lesson done.

Fibromyalgia is a mystery because most of the mainstream medical community can't explain why it occurs. They also don't have any answers for treatment besides drugs for the pain, sleeplessness and mood swings (which of course means dangerous anti depressants).

But there are a growing number of forward-thinking doctors and scientists who now know that fibromyalgia is linked to acidity and toxic wastes in the body - caused primarily by diet.

Here is what's really going on with fibromyalgia:

When you eat foods that are acid creating in the body (and foods like this are in abundance with our "standard western diet"), the wastes from those foods don't just disappear once the food is digested and you have a bowel movement.

Oh, no - there's a LOT more going on that you don't know about.

Foods that create acid in the body make toxins (like poison to your body). These toxins are absorbed into the bloodstream from the intestines and are carried all over your body.

Neat, huh?

The lymphatic system (your "garbage collection" system) tries like crazy to eliminate these wastes through its "exits" - the lungs, skin, bowel and bladder--but it can only handle so much.

If you're really loaded with toxins, the lymphatic system "overflows" and the toxins end up being STORED in your organs, tissues and bones.

Toxins that have accumulated in the muscles and connective tissues come out as, TADA!... fibromyalgia.

(By the way, toxins that accumulate in the joints become arthritis, and when they accumulate in the ligaments, tendons and connective tissues surrounding the organs, they become lupus.)

And unless you stop what is creating fibromyalgia to begin with - eating foods and food combinations that creates acid in your body - your chance of ever feeling any better is about as good as putting a fire out by dumping gasoline on it.

Plus, even if you don't have fibromyalgia, eating an acid-creating diet is a great way to ensure that you will get it or some other disease.

Another important point is that not only are drugs useless in the treatment of fibromyalgia - they can also be harmful and downright deadly.

Because drugs add to the acidity in your body.

So when your doctor hands you the little white piece of paper with his scribble, he's making your fibromyalgia WORSE - not better.

And it doesn't stop there...

The Washington Post reported on a study that appeared in the Journal of the American Medical Association revealing that 2 million people are seriously injured each year taking prescription drugs as directed, and 106,000 die!

Death by taking drugs as directed.

What does that tell you about the safety of these chemical creations?

If you REALLY want help with fibromyalgia (or want to help make sure you never get it in the first place), there are two effective things that are safe and very easy to use.

1) Great Taste No Pain Health System

Cleansing and eliminating acidity from your body by eating delicious alkaline-creating foods in the combinations that make for easy digestion and assimilation.

It isn't a diet. It's just the way to eat that respects that your body is alkaline and needs to stay alkaline to be truly healthy and strong.

Less acidity means less inflammation in ALL areas of the body - including around the muscles for fibromyalgia sufferers.

You can get it here:


Studies have found that probiotics can reduce the nervous system hypersensitivity associated with fibromyalgia.

Probiotics are not dangerous chemicals like drugs--they are simply the same friendly bacteria that reside in your intestinal tract, helping to protect you from food pathogens, keeping your digestion efficient and making your immune system strong.

By helping to keep your digestion running smoothly, probiotics can help lessen the chance of disease-causing wastes and toxins accumulating in your body.

If you or someone you love has fibromyalgia (or want to prevent it or other disease too), it's crucial that you reduce the acidity in your body and keep your digestive tract running like it should.

Try 'Great Taste No Pain to help treat Fibromyalgia' now and see how great you can feel.

To your health,

Sherry Brescia

PS: Omega-3 essential fatty acids have also proven to help reduce inflammation, which is vital to people with fibromyalgia and arthritis. And here's the best part: Unlike dangerous, life-altering steroids or ulcer-causing anti-inflammatories from Big Pharma, Omega-3 fatty acids are all natural, safe and tremendously GOOD for you in dozens of ways.


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