Can eating the wrong foods trigger rheumatoid arthritis? According to author and former arthritis sufferer Barbara Allen, a definitive yes it will. Barbara, who was diagnosed with reactive arthritis (extremely similar to rheumatoid arthritis) lived for 11 years with continuous pain that made her life near impossible. “Sometimes her hands hurt so much she couldn’t even hold silverware well enough to feed herself. She lost friendships, status, the ability to continue as a graduate student, and the ability to hold a regular job.”
If Barbara’s former debilitating symptoms are even slightly similar to yours or someone you know, this article may be the gem you’ve been hoping for. Barbara’s quest for her own personal relief from arthritis and finding a cure is documented in her book entitled ”Conquering Arthritis” (What your doctors don’t tell you because they don’t know)… a culmination of years of research and studies that went against what the doctors were telling her. Yet this relatively new evidence which is well footnoted in her book, is just now starting to catch on in the medical community as a viable alternative treatment to many types of arthritis including rheumatoid arthritis.
Barbara has gone from “barely being able to walk from one room to another” to “regained full use of her hands and her hips.” She now enjoys “walking many miles a week and goes on 30-50 mile bike rides for fun” as “the pain and fatigue are gone.” In addition, Barbara states on her site that “her health has improved each of the last 8 years since she discovered these methods:” learn more about Barbara
How to rule out the foods that trigger rheumatoid arthritis
excerpts from “Conquering Arthritis”: False Friends- How some of your favorite foods may be perpetuating your pain. Certain foods trigger arthritis. Not only that, but the exact list of foods that trigger arthritis tends to vary from one person to the next. My doctors were hostile to these ideas. They insisted there was absolutely no connection between arthritis and diet. This despite the fact that there was already a solid body of evidence in the medical literature supporting these ideas. However if you really understand what is going on, you realize that elimination diets can sometimes work miracles. The specific foods to be eliminated must be individually identified. Favorite foods are often the culprit, because they are eaten frequently enough to trigger ongoing attacks in your joints. These attacks cause arthritis. Eliminate the attacks and the body spontaneously heals. see more
Provides hard-earned, practical, detailed information that is critical for successful healing of arthritis, but that is not found in any other book. Without this information many people with arthritis will not get well.
Explains how to carry out simple adjustments to restore health, some of which my doctors said would never work. I spent hundreds of hours in medical school libraries finding well-done studies that clearly demonstrate the effectiveness of these methods, even though my doctors scoffed at them. I have included more than 130 references, so you don’t have to take my word for it. see other reviews including comments from doctors
According to Web MD: ”There is no cure for rheumatoid arthritis. Medications can reduce inflammation in your joints in order to relieve pain and prevent or slow joint damage. Occupational and physical therapy can teach you how to protect your joints. If your joints are severely damaged by rheumatoid arthritis, surgery may be necessary.” read whole article
Holistic Remedies News Opinion:
We feel that a well educated nutritionist is more likely capable of treating rheumatoid arthritis than your average MD. Why is this? Personally our nutritionist worked with my mother who was having some slight arthritis pains in her neck and shoulders from a fall a few years ago. The nutritionist pinpointed several foods including lactose as a trigger to her pain. A slight change in diet was all my mom needed and now only experiences infrequent pain at worst. Conversely the doctor she first went to just prescribed medication that made her dizzy. The nutritionist was also successful in helping two friends of ours conceive a baby after years of doctor medications which proved unsuccessful- turns our a similiar treatment by ruling out foods (in this case foods that caused infertility) gave results in just over fourteen weeks. To learn how to rule out the foods that trigger rheumatoid arthritis , “Conquering Arthritis” the paperback along with the new kindle edition starts as low as $9.99 at Amazon