How Food Slows Down Your Injury and Pain Recovery with Anthony DiClementi

Did you know that your foods can either slow down or speed up your injury and pain recovery? It’s true! Certain foods help to promote healing, while others can hinder the process. 

In this post, we’ll discuss some of the worst foods that hinder your recovery from an injury or pain. So, whether you’re currently dealing with an injury or want to be prepared in case one happens, read on for some helpful information.

Let’s get started!

What is Food?

Food is a basic human need. It can be a way to show love, or it can simply be the fuel we need to get through our day. This blog post will explore how food impacts our lives and what you should keep in mind when eating.

The importance of food cannot be overstated. Our bodies are made up mostly of water, proteins, and carbohydrates we get from eating; they provide us with energy that keeps our brain working well, as well as help to control blood pressure, among other things! Food Slows Down Your Pain Recovery

Choices of Foods for your Pain and Recovery

It’s always strange to think that your whole body is going through something new and different, but it will get easier. Recovery from injury can take time – don’t be discouraged if the first few days are difficult!

The most important thing to remember about pain and recovery is that you are in charge. Not only can it be difficult, but there are also a lot of factors like diet or exercise which will help you.

Your food choices must be prioritized as this will impact your health. If you are suffering from a certain inflammation, then know the foods that are bad for you.

Have you heard about immunogenic foods and allergenic foods?

The word immunogenic refers to the property of stimulating an immune response. It is often used in foods rich in vitamins and minerals, which can help strengthen your immune system by providing you with vital nutrients.Food Slows Down Your Pain Recovery_2

While allergenic foods are normally harmless substances that cause an immediate allergic reaction in a susceptible person, food allergens, such as proteins from foods like wheat or milk, can trigger reactions for many people because they’re almost always present at high enough concentrations to produce symptoms when eaten by someone with allergies – but other additives may also have allergenic properties!Food Slows Down Your Pain Recovery_3

What are the two most immunogenic and Allergenic Foods?

It is the Grains and Dairy.

Yes, you heard it right.Food Slows Down Your Pain Recovery_4


Grains contain gluten which is a protein. Many foods and drinks contain it and can trigger an autoimmune response that leads to inflammation of the gut lining. This is bad for your health because it disrupts our body’s ability to absorb nutrients from food as well as causes pain or discomfort when eaten,

The problem with non-organic grains is that they irritate our gut line and create a permeability gap. This allows undigested food particles such as gluten, gliadin, antibodies from Prevotella bacteria, or other inflammation-causing agents to enter the bloodstream easily through these holes in your digestive system, which can lead us to various health problems over time if left untreated.

The body’s immune system mounts an attack on those proteins because it recognizes them as foreign invaders. This results in inflammation and pain that leave us feeling under-recovery and uncomfortable daily! dairy


The second one is dairy. You can find dairy products in everything from milk to cheese, yogurt, and kefir- an array of different types! These have all had their roots deep within animal husbandry practices, but now they’re making appearances on your plate to thanks largely due to how much people love them. 

If you have an inflammation condition like Crohn’s disease or rheumatoid arthritis, it can worsen your symptoms if dairy products contain lactose. Lactase, the substance heard in milk that makes us feel sick when we drink too much of it, is missing from our digestion systems, and soon your stomach gets inflated with all this extra room for things to grow inside!

You should know your body. No matter your condition, it’s important to be aware and understand how things work for yourself to make healthy choices daily.

Here are some foods to avoid when you’re in pain and recovery:

  1. Non-organic grains – Wheat (use of glycol-phosphate), Rye, Oat
  2. Dairy – Cheese, Butter
  3. High in purine foods – Alcoholic beverages, Seafood, and Shellfish (anchovies, sardines, mussels)
  4. Non-organic meats – Ractopamine (used in red meat to make it leaner)

How do the food and diet of the animals we consume play a key role in human health?

We are what we eat. And that includes animals too! We all know that eating our veggies is good for us, but did you know the diet of the animals we consume also impacts our health? 

The food we eat can greatly affect our health. For example, an animal’s diet will determine how it transforms and affects us in turn.

Think about what would happen if a fish was omnivorous rather than merely eating whatever happens. The high levels of mercury found in predatory species such as tuna suggest they’ve been consuming other carnivores with toxins from eating these unhealthy foods!

We’re also at risk of ingesting them because humans often don’t realize when pesticides have made their way onto produce during farming practices or harvesting methods.

The food you eat has a powerful effect on your health. Whether it’s how you feel, look, perform daily activities, or even heal from illness and disease, what you put into your body is vital for survival and thriving. Making simple changes to decrease or eliminate the foods that can cause inflammation can profoundly affect your well-being.


Most people don’t understand how big of a role nutrition plays in healing, so it is important to note what foods can help fuel your body and promote wellness, as opposed to those foods that can cause inflammation. In today’s video, we spoke with Anthony DiClementi about the overall impact that food slows down pain recovery. Part 1 of this informative interview is below.

CLICK HERE to watch the YouTube video interview.

In the above interview, you will discover:

  • What effect food has on recovery
  • The worst foods when it comes to recovering from pain and injury
  • The two most immunogenic and allergenic foods
  • How the food and diet of the animals we are consuming play a key role in human health

Part 2 of this informative interview is below.

CLICK HERE to watch the YouTube video interview.

In the above interview, you will discover:

  • How making small changes from one type of food to another type of food can have a drastic effect on recovery from injuries or pain
  • The profound impact of additives on your body
  • Why is it better to eat the wrong foods with the right attitude than to eat the right foods with the wrong attitude
  • How implementing an elimination diet can help you?

Understanding how the foods you consume impact your health has never been more important. Making simple changes to decrease or eliminate the foods that can cause inflammation can profoundly affect your well-being.Anti-Inflammatory Cookbooks Bundle