Back again for you! I’ve been in the bursitis diet for about 2 months now and have noticed that I am much more aware of my bursitis. I think it is because I have been moving around a lot, so my bursitis has been moving with me. My first thought is that I’m overreacting and that I should have done this earlier, or that it’s just going to get better after a while.
Actually, I think that you’re right. I had a bursitis flare a few days ago and have been pretty lax about it. I’m going into this more seriously and am now taking it for a full month and a half. If you’re one of those people who is only interested in results, I’d suggest you give it a shot.
You can’t rush a bursitis flare. It takes time to heal and to get back into a full range of motion. It’s almost like your body thinks, “Oh, its gonna be a while.” Then, it finally heals and moves back to a normal range. You can do it too. It just takes time.
I did try this Bursitis Diet and it didn’t work. I went 3 weeks without food and my bursitis has only gotten worse. My bursitis also seems to be aggravated by exercise, which I do not do well. So until I get my bursitis back under control, I am not going to recommend this program to anyone. I do, however, recommend that you try to get your bursitis under control before you start taking it for a full month.
A simple diet will help you find and eat healthy for two days, then you can go on a bursitis diet. You can eat a lot of foods to get your bursitis down. I would recommend that you eat an apple with a bursitis diet (or a banana with one, if you need to eat some fruit) before you start taking it for a full day.
I know what you’re thinking, “Who has an apple and a bursitis diet? I don’t know anyone that does that.” I don’t either. For one, you don’t need to have an apple and a bursitis diet to be healthy. Just getting enough protein, fat, and fiber in your diet. You can eat a lot of fruit and vegetables to get your bursitis down.
If you’re a bursitis newbie, take note. I know, bursitis is a tough thing to go through, but if you take the advice I’ve given and eat right you can have your bursitis down. Also, if you notice any redness and swelling in your hair, just try to avoid the apple and banana, they have sugar in them.
I personally have no bursitis, but I do have a little. It’s a condition that can occur when you’re eating a lot of sugary junk and stuff. A lot of the time it stems from a lack of fiber and protein.
I have to be honest, my bursitis diet has nothing to do with eating a lot of sugary crap. Ive never been a fan of sugary crap, so Ive never needed fiber and protein. However, I do like to have a good breakfast, but it does come with sugar. My bursitis diet consists of only one thing: fruit.
A lot of dieters go through periods of bursitis where they try eating a very small amount of food in the hopes of reducing the pain. In this case, by reducing the amount of sugar in the diet, the pain is reduced and the diet is easier to maintain. In reality, a lot of bursitis dieters have a higher chance of developing a diabetes condition.