Eat Well, Live Well with Spinal Cord Injury

A bowl of healthy fruit

After spinal cord injury, not only is your body forced to cope with the direct impact of paralysis, but it must also deal with the psychological stress, physical pain, biochemical changes and hormonal changes that take place. Together, these factors can contribute to the development

of many common, recurring and potentially life-threatening secondary health complications, such as pressure sores, pain, fatigue, bladder infections, constipation and weight gain.​

Nutrition has the power to help rebalance your body, prevent the development of many common and recurring secondary health issues, and achieve overall well-being. Practicing good nutrition also enables you to enhance your bodily functions, leading to greater independence and quality of life.

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