Rheumatoid Arthritis


We talked about this inflammation factor last time but it is present in a lot of illnesses so here is a more direct approach to the inflammation problem and a food one also.

I have purposely coloured the heading in red as that is the colour of inflammation especially obvious in the hands if these joints are affected.  One of the markers of Arthritis is the inflammation factor which if you happen to have it in your feet as I did it can really slow you down and stop you living the life you used to know.  The other factor measured medically is the Arthritic factor but by far the inflammation factor is the thing that doctors go by.

Here is a smoothie you can try out which is a food smoothie which will have the same effect as the anti inflammatory medication without any side effects.  Trials on this food are very promising.  Try it your self. After all its only food. It takes sbout 5 minutes to prepare.

Ingredients:

  • one inch of fresh ginger grated
  • one inch of fresh turmeric grated
  • handful of baby spinach
  • handful of watercress
  • one small soft abvocado
  • half a capscum
  • big handful of flat leafed parsley and or coriander
  • one cup of filtered water
  • Big bunch of cayenne
  • Pinch of salt.

Blend it all togetherand drink it down. Do it twice a day until inflammation disappears. Continue after a few weeks from when the inflammation has gone to be sure.  Its not a problem when you get into it. Its also good to avoid Dairy products which includes ice cream and cheese. Also avoid wheat and yeast products. ( White bread and alcoholic drinks with yeast).  Let me know if you are trying this and the results in time.

On top of all this exercise is of paramount importance to keep the joints moving even if it is difficult at present. Do what you can.

The combination can show results if you persist. Don’t give up early on yourself.  3 to 6 months would be a good period to try it.  If you are having small gains then keep going.  You have nothing to lose by trying.

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Rheumatoid Arthritis

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