How to Get Rid of Arthritis Pain


1. Proceed with caution, as not all the information you read is reliable or written with the reader's best interests in mind, in the case of Arthritis and Rheumatoid Arthritis, but there is a wealth of information on the internet to be gathered.

2.  Use common sense logic when surfing the internet to decide what is right for you, and what is questionable. Diet and lifestyle plays a large role in reversing the symptoms of Rheumatoid Arthritis.

3. Type in and search "Rheumatoid Arthritis Diet" and/or "Rheumatoid Arthritis" to see what you find as a starting point. Also consider the following search terms when searching for solutions for RA -"Rheumatoid Arthritis herbs;" "Rheumatoid Arthritis Leaky Gut Syndrome;" "Rheumatoid Arthritis Cetyl-Myristoleate;" "Rheumatoid Arthritis Serrapeptase;" "Rheumatoid Arthritis Antibiotics".

 4. Eliminate all processed foods from the diet; begin eating foods such as fresh vegetables and salads, basmati rice, grain alternatives like buckwheat (a nutrient dense food which you can buy as pasta spirals and tastes delicious), amaranth, millet, quinoa, and seeds. Stop eating bread and any other foods containing wheat, rye and gluten. Most packaged foods in supermarkets contain some sort of wheat product and other chemicals which may be harmful to your health. Cut out table salt and replace with Celtic Sea Salt, which is moist and gray in colour - it contains important minerals. 

5. Eliminate as much fat as possible, but consume a little macadamia oil or rice bran oil in with your meals. If possible, stop eating sugar as it places enormous stress on the body and is empty calories. Replace sweet treats with a little fruit. 

6. Reduce red meat consumption and if possible replace with fish (cold-water, wild-catch, not farm raised fish). Organic meats are best. 

7. Stop drinking cured teas and coffee and replace with "green" tea, or better still, decaffeinated green tea. 

8. Stop eating dairy products including milk and cheese. Low fat cottage cheese may be okay. Free range eggs are okay also, but if unsure, eliminate them for a time and then determine if they have any effect on you when consumed again - you can do this with other foods too. An allergic reaction can be immediate or delayed and may not be noticed for a couple of days or more. 

9. Correct digestive problems by using probiotics (see Leaky Gut Above). Boulardii strain of probiotic may be useful for Leaky Gut so experiment with different products and find out what is best for you. 

10. Use fish oils as they are helpful to fight inflammation. The better kind is "concentrated" and more pure as other ingredients are less; so choose the oil highest in Omega3 per 1000 mg; these are available at any good drugstore. You may wish to get a good brand from a naturopath. 

11. Try shilajit which is a natural mineral product with powerful anti-inflammatory properties. It is inexpensive and works. 

12. Take serrapeptase which is a natural enzyme that "eats" up inflammation in the body and greatly reduces pain. 

13.  Support the body to heal itself using mangosteen juice -- a fruit with anti-inflammatory properties. 

14. Apply natural therapies such as EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) that can help one overcome any emotional barriers to getting well. 

15. Use a good multi-vitamin and mineral supplement, preferably pharmaceutical grade.


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