11 Great Kitchen Tools for Someone Suffering from Chronic Pain
Spending time in the kitchen is inevitable, no matter who you are. For some people, maybe living alone, it is required to put a lot of effort in both preparing and making food.
Finding shortcuts such as buying pre-made food isn’t viable in the long term because it tends to get more expensive, and those kinds of meals usually contain a lot of salt.
Since chronic illness can come in many shapes and forms, I take a very general approach in these picks and some might benefit others more than others. I will try to list both cheap and some more high-end products.
Well, isn’t it frustrating being home alone with that jar of something just standing in front of you with a smirk? Opening a jar can be a challenge for a lot of people, especially someone that is considered weaker than most.
This is probably the best on the list, but also a bit expensive. And only quite necessary if you like to bake a lot. So, if you love homemade bread, this kitchen aid is a lifesaver. Buying this equipment for your kitchen will let you make bread without any stirring or kneading – which can be really troublesome.
MisterBack is a 26-year-old student that has a bachelors degree in Kinesiology, a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and currently studying the Ph.D. Physical Therapy program. He has been providing information to people that have asked for it long before he started to write his own articles. As a strength and conditioning specialist, he has had the fortune of being in an environment of award-winning physical therapists and doctors, where he also had great access to a lot of rehabilitation product.