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Foods and drugs that cause chronic pain

February 11, 2012


Foods and drugs that cause chronic pain

with Dr. Daniel Twogood

Dr. Dan Twogood who has been practicing for 30 years in Southern California and has written a new book, his 4th, "Chronic Pain Gone 90 Days" joins the show.
Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Daniel Twogood discuss the following:

  • You point out in your book that pain and chronic pain are two different things. How so?
  • Pain can be caused by what you eat? I haven't heard that before. What kinds of food cause pain?
  • Dairy foods and bread are the main staples of our diets. How can they be bad for you?
  • What medications cause pain?
  • How can our listeners learn more about the connection between diet and chronic pain?


Dr. Twogood began practicing in 1982 at the International Sports Medicine Institute in West Los Angeles. While there he treated many of the athletes in the 1984 Los Angeles Olympic Games. He began his private practice in Apple Valley, California in 1985. There, he met a patient who told him that he suffered with chronic back pain and headaches for 20 years. Doctors couldn't help him, but because of high cholesterol, he changed his diet. Within a few weeks he was free of his chronic pain. He later found out that milk and dairy foods caused his pain to return.

Dr. Twogood began experimenting with diet manipulation in 1985 and wrote his first book, "No Milk" in 1991. He has chronicled more of his practice experiences in three more books, "How to Rid Your Body of Pain" in 1996, "MSG is Everywhere" in 1997, and his newest book, "Chronic Pain Gone 90 Days" in 2011. He is available to talk to your group about how to get rid of chronic pain.


Dr. Dan Twogood
PO Box 3812 Apple Valley, CA 92307 760-953-0861

Dr. Twogood's books will be available through Barnes and Noble in March of 2012. Books can be ordered by sending $20 to:

PO Box 3812

Apple Valley, CA 92307


Note: The views expressed do not necessarily reflect the opinions or beliefs of the show host or it's owners.

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