Dercum’s disease is primarily evidence by adipose deposits in benign tumors around the body, but there are a number of dietary changes you can make that may help alleviate the issue. The RAD Diet, for example, consists of fish, whole grains, beans and chicken, and attempts to lower the inflammatory substances being put into your body, while also reduce fat intake, allowing less excess fat to be deposited in the tumors. Cutting back on sugar and red meat is another important component of this diet, which is often recommended for people suffering from Dercum’s disease.
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