The Florida Department of Health has created an updated Fibromyalgia Diet to help people with the debilitating illness.
The update, which was issued Tuesday, includes new dietary restrictions, including a restriction on fruit and vegetable intake, and a requirement for a daily vitamin and mineral supplement.
The new diet has been designed to help treat people with Fibromyalgia, according to the department’s website.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved the new diet and has approved its use, according the Florida Department.
Dietitians and medical professionals who have tried to help with Fibromes symptoms have been asked to review the new dietary guidelines and update their prescribing guidelines.
The updated diet also includes a calorie-reduction recommendation.
“This new Dietary Guidelines update will help people find solutions to their Fibromyal symptoms and will help to improve their overall health,” Florida Department spokesman Mike Smith said.
The Feds said people should avoid all forms of processed food, including white bread, cookies, chips, cakes, cakes and pastries.
People should avoid caffeinated beverages and other sweetened beverages, which may be linked to fibromyalgia.
“It is recommended that people limit their alcohol intake to no more than two drinks per day, and that they reduce their caffeine intake to none more than one drink per day,” the new guidelines state.
Fibromes affects up to one-third of people, according, according CNN.
It can also be caused by an imbalance of the body’s immune system.
The FDA said it does not know how many people may be taking the updated diet.
“I am not aware of any reports of a single case of Fibromycosis in the United States,” the agency said in a statement.