With an anti inflammatory diet you can even reverse the effects of arthritis.
You can get better, and quickly too - like many ex-sufferers have before you, not through expensive drugs, but through simple, good food.
Do you want to get steadily less mobile, relying on drugs to manage the pain? Anti-inflammatory drugs might reduce your pain, in the long run they often worsen the damage to your joints.
You don't have to accept a life of pain, increasingly restricted by crippled joints...
Rheumatism and arthritis can mean a life sentence of increasing misery as your joints become stiffer and more painful. Your hands become crippled and deformed, walking becomes slower and harder as your hip and knee joints wear out.
Many people end up on permanent medication for the pain, perhaps with artificial joints. Do you want to go down that route? Or will you try the anti inflammatory diet and see what it can do for you?
Doctors will tell you that arthritis is incurable, but it's actually the easiest disease to cure - if you take charge of your health.
Are you willing to let go of your pain and your old eating habits? Will you swap stiff swollen joints for healthy food?
If you have arthritis, your body has become clogged up with acidic toxins. These collect particularly in your joints, but can affect other parts of your body. At the same time, the calcium from your bones is being leached away, used up in neutralising the excess acid.
Your bones become weaker and your joints wear out.
Your doctor might prescribe a calcium supplement in an effort to slow this process. This supplement is most likely calcium carbonate, the cheapest form of calcium, otherwise known as 'chalk'.
This is almost useless. The best natural source of calcium is plants - especially green leafy vegetables. But your body needs vitamin D to use this calcium. A vitamin D supplement would do far more good than a chalk pill.
Let's take a look at some of the foods that help, and some that aggravate arthritis and rheumatism.
It's not all about giving up things - there are some foods that are particularly good for arthritis sufferers. Include lots of these on the anti inflammatory diet.
Foods to avoid on the anti inflammatory diet include:
There do seem to be lots of foods to avoid, but it's not necessarily for ever. Once your arthritis has eased, you can ease up on the diet and enjoy your old favorites again - just not too often. Anyway, isn't it worth giving up a few things if it means giving up pain and stiffness too?
Follow the anti inflammatory diet strictly and you'll begin to feel improvement within days.
The antiinflammatory diet is not necessarily a diet for life, but the more you stick to it the better you'll feel. If you come off it for a while, you can always go back to it whenever you feel the need.
This is a very brief description of the basics of the diet cure for arthritis.
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