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Which high-protein foods help reduce pain?

The following high-protein foods can help reduce pain:
  1. fish
  2. eggs (whole eggs, egg whites, egg substitutes)
  3. soy products
  4. legumes
  5. low-fat dairy products
  6. nuts, seeds, peanuts, and soy nuts
  7. peanut butter and nut butters
  8. veggie burgers
  9. black bean burgers
  10. high-protein pasta
Diet for a Pain-Free Life: A Revolutionary Plan to Lose Weight, Stop Pain, Sleep Better and Feel Great in 21 Days, ADA...sound nutritional advice...do-able, delicious..a godsend to pain sufferers.

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Diet for a Pain-Free Life: A Revolutionary Plan to Lose Weight, Stop Pain, Sleep Better and Feel Great in 21 Days, ADA...sound nutritional advice...do-able, delicious..a godsend to pain sufferers.

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