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Kill Pain with Food, Not Pills!

The statistics don’t lie: the current way we treat pain is a mess.

According to the Institute of Medicine of The National Academies, 100 million people suffer from chronic pain and reduced quality of sleep in the US alone. (1) apple-pills

Consequences of this pain include:

  • depression
  • decreased enjoyment of life
  • troubles to concentrate
  • lack of sleep and energy
  • nagging injuries that keep you on the bench

There are millions of different pain pills available to us and yet 51% of pain sufferers feel like they don’t have any control over their pain. (2)

Also, a 2003 survey revealed that prescription medication was effective for only 58% of people, leaving 42 million people in chronic pain, helpless. (3)

To top things off quite nicely, a recent report by the CDC’s National Center for Health Statistics shows that prescription painkillers are now the leading cause of accidental deaths, killing more people than traffic accidents. (4)

Clearly, the way we treat pain nowadays doesn’t work, regardless of what any pharmaceutical company or even your own doc has to say about it.

Pain pills are NOT to be banned; they are still useful in short-term pain relief, to increase quality of life after a serious injury, or when someone is in constant pain.

But the way they are used right now is unacceptable.

This has to stop.

Fortunately, Rick has already started a movement in the right direction with everything he does. Every day, he helps people get out of pain by giving out life-changing rehab protocols and exercises.

This is one side of the equation, and Rick is simply the best in this field.

But there’s another major factor that everyone is missing these days when it comes to long-term pain treatment: food.

What has food got anything to do with pain?


Let’s put it this way: pain actually starts in your belly.

Here’s how it works.

When it’s under stress, the walls of your digestive lining become leaky. I know, not a pretty thought.

Now that the path is wide open, undigested food particles and contaminants can gain entry into the bloodstream, triggering a process that over time will increase inflammation in the body.

When this inflammation sticks around for too long, it can become chronic inflammation – the reason why your pain may seem impossible to heal.

Common allergenic foods (like dairy, peanuts, gluten and soy), water and air quality and even some pain pills can all make your body more susceptible to chronic inflammation.

Think about it: doesn’t it all make sense?

  • Eating the wrong foods will lead to gut lining damage…
  • Gut lining damage creates chronic inflammation…
  • Chronic inflammation maintains the pain no matter what other treatment or rehab you throw at it.

Wait… it gets worse: even healthy foods can increase your pain!

It’s not that these foods are bad per se, it’s simply that because your gut is leaky and your immune system is under attack, your body sees them as invaders, creating inflammation to ward them off.

Without even knowing it, you are triggering even more inflammation because of foods you’re eating every day.

No wonder your body is taking forever to heal and you’re still in pain!

It Was IMPOSSIBLE To Kill Pain with Food… Until Now

Pain killing doesn’t have to revolve around dangerous pills, shots or risky surgeries.

We’ve created a brand new solution that makes it possible to dramatically reduce your pain… using only common foods you might already have in your fridge.

It’s called the 14-Day Pain Free Diet.



>>Learn more about the 14-Day Pain Free Diet here.

Here’s How This Unique Program Works.

1) You follow our 14-day meal plans and prepare the mouth-watering anti-inflammatory recipes we’ve created using our unique S.O.S. Method.

In short, this method removes every single potential pain trigger in your diet for two weeks in order to reduce inflammation and soothe your pain, while using the power of nutritious anti-inflammatory foods.

2) After following the program to the letter for 14 days, you start adding back your favorite foods in a very systematic way. This part is critical and will make sure you identify which foods are very problematic for you.

For example, if you add back gluten and realize your pain doesn’t increase… it means gluten is NOT a problem for you, and that you can eat it safely in the future.

3) Enjoy the dramatic reduction in your pain levels after just two short weeks, and the pain-killing tools you get to keep for the rest of your life.

Are You Ready To Kill Pain with Food?

Because we know how critical this information will be in your life and how it will make every program Rick has work even better, we’ve decided to let you grab it for $50 OFF if you use this special link:

>> Kill your pain with food, not pills (exclusive launch price) 

To a more functional life with far less pain,

Dr. Tait and Nick Pineault

PS – Here’s what Dennis from Tucson, Arizona had to say about the program:

“Dear Dr. Tait,

I have been suffering from excruciating nerve and back pain for some time. I have had two back surgeries, many injections, pain medications, and many hours of different types of physical therapy.

I have also done every exercise program as recommended by my doctors and therapists… but when I began eliminating foods that promote inflammation and replace them with the right foods; I’ve seen fast improvement in my general pain, mobility, and response to physical therapy.

The food is delicious and easy to manage and I have even unexpectedly lost some extra pounds without going hungry. I feel healthier in general already and plan to continue the diet.

I would recommend this approach to anyone who suffers from pain and inflammation.

Thanks again!

Dennis Artery
Tucson, AZ.”

Will you be our next success story?


(1) Institute of Medicine Report from the Committee on Advancing Pain Research, Care, and Education: Relieving Pain in America, A Blueprint for Transforming Prevention, Care, Education and Research. The National Academies Press, 2011.

(2) 2006 Voices of Chronic Pain Survey. (American Pain Foundation)



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