The Pain Free Diet Blog

Plant-based, Paleo, probiotics, prebiotics, antibiotics, GMO, gluten-free, organic, all-natural, cleanses, detoxification, supplement, don’t supplement. Pretty confusing right? What is truly healthy and what is not? What is missing in the healthcare system that can treat your pain safely and effectively? Weekly articles explore trending topics, dig into the science, and debunk myths while giving you a sustainable approach to eliminate pain and improve your long-term health, function and vitality.



Dr. Tait will be one of 21 featured speakers over this 3-day event. Authors and speakers from all walks of life – business, health, wealth, and personal growth will be helping you gain the skills, wisdom, and ways to help you get better in many aspects of your life. This is completely FREE online event that […]

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By: Jonathan Tait, D.O. Is our health doomed? That is a question I was asked over a week ago by a patient, but it is still stuck in my head. The answer is that it could be (if you live in the United States) in large part because as a country there has been little emphasis […]

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By: Jonathan Tait, D.O. In the last post, I challenged Colonel Sanders and his secret herbs and spices Teas, spices, and herbs have been used to treat various ailments and diseases, preserve food, and support a healthy digestive system for thousands of years in “eastern medicine” – Asia, the Middle East, as well as several […]

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By: Jonathan Tait, D.O. Where have you heard about secret herbs and spices? That’s right – Kentucky Fried Chicken.  Umm. Umm. Finger-licking good. Now before you think that I’m suggesting that you roll down the street, pick up a bucket of the Colonel’s original recipe and go to town, put down the keys and let […]

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By: Jonathan Tait, D.O. I already shared with you several reasons why vegetables pack such a punch against pain, and why they should be a powerhouse staple in the foundation of your diet. Another tidbit most people don’t know is that calorie for calorie, many vegetables are fairly high in protein content. Broccoli, romaine lettuce, […]

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