Sometimes, it's something as small as adding or removing a specific food from our diets that makes a significant difference...
A difference that over time could mean less tenderness, stiffness and swelling...
Find out below how switching to green tea could help you reduce your joint pain... Green tea extract works like anti-inflammatory drugs, but without the side effects...
Compounds fo... ››› more
Hundreds of thousands of people suffer from debilitating joint pain caused by the type of arthritis that can strike when you're as young as 30 years old - Rheumatoid Arthritis.
But there's a way you can protect yourself from getting this painful condition. And, it's as easy as eating more oranges, grapefruit and lemons... Not enough vitamin C? You could be at risk for Rheumatoid Arthritis!
O... ››› more
You just never know when you're going to have a bad day - and lately, the bad days come by more frequently...
Inflammatory flare-ups can make it difficult to get around and even the simplest of tasks can be a challenge... Not to mention the constant nagging pain that can get you down and make you feel miserable on the sunniest of days...
So, today, on World Arthritis Day, I'd like to share w... ››› more
One day, your joints feel pretty good. The next, swelling and pain ratchet up and you can barely get out of bed… that's the nature of rheumatoid arthritis.
It's a chronic illness caused by an overactive immune system, and it's more dangerous than it seems at face value... That's because the medical protocols used to treat it include therapies that suppress your immune system.
But there ar... ››› more
Rheumatoid arthritis causes pain, swelling and stiffness in the finger, wrist, or other joints.
It affects people whose immune systems mistakenly attack their own body's tissue, such as the joints.
Keep reading to find out about three tips that could eliminate this condition for good... Treating rheumatoid arthritis starts in the digestive tract...
Tip # 1: Avoid high GI (glycaemic index)... ››› more
Decided you want to stay active, despite your sore joints?
Have you ever set out for a walk, only to find you're a kilometer from home and in such pain, you fear you won't make it back?
As ambitious and determined as you are - when your joints scream out in pain, you want to be able to be in a position to slow down, or even stop.
Take a look below at some exercises below that allow you t... ››› more
Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is an auto-immune disease in which your own body attacks your joints, causing destruction, swelling and pain.
It was thought that genetics played a major role in this disease, but recently researchers made a surprising discovery - that antibiotics are behind many RA cases! The chain reaction from antibiotics...
In the study, which was published in the journal BMC ... ››› more
You've likely heard of chondroitin sulphate and glucosamine before. They may sound like they're a manufactured drug, but they're actually found in nature, and are most abundant in the shells of shellfish.
Find out below how they can help heal your joints... Chondroitin and glucosamine help rebuild your joints
Not only do shells provide a hard, tough exterior that protect the inner fish from ... ››› more
If you experience joint pain in your hips due to osteoarthritis, you'll know how it affects every aspect of your life. And, because of this, you may be tempted to get your doctor to inject your hip bone with a steroid and anaesthetic solution to ease the pain for a while.
But a recent study shows you may need to think twice about this treatment in future - before it's too late. Find out more be... ››› more
If you have achy, swollen joints, watching what you eat is super important. There are certain foods you should avoid and others that actually help soothe the pain and swelling.
Keep reading to find out more (I think you'll be surprised!)... Foods to stock up on for your achy joints
You already know that omega-3, olive oil, grapeseed oil, fatty fish like tuna and salmon, nuts and avocados are... ››› more
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