While there is no scientifically supported link between diet and fibromyalgia, individual patients might successfully reduce pain by having healthier meals, eating breakfast, and avoiding foods that seem to trigger symptoms, suggests WebMD. Getting an adequate amount of Vitamin D in supplement form may also reduce pain, reports Healthline.
Muscle pain is one of the main symptoms of fibromyalgia, notes WebMD. A healthy diet features frequent but smaller meals of fruits, vegetables, whole grains and protein. A patient who suspects that a certain food worsens symptoms should avoid it for a period and then resume having it, to determine if it is a factor. Patients may also find it helpful for others to prepare the meals for them, notes Mayo Clinic.