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Dr Tick presented evidence linking nutrition, microbial diversity, and pain.
Eating fish at least twice a week may significantly reduce the pain and swelling associated with rheumatoid arthritis.
Consumption of anti-inflammatory foods may mediate the link between body fat and body pain in healthy adults.
"We are what we eat; to be more specific, we are what we ingest, digest, and absorb, and the microbiome has a key role to play in that," said Dr Tick.
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