For thousands of years, there have been many traditional foods that have been touted for their remarkable health benefits, such as cultured dairy products and fermented vegetables.
But there's one common healing food that's now being recognised for its absolutely mind-blowing health benefits - bone broth. Why, you ask? Because bone broth's benefits are as numerous as they are extensive!
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Do you suffer from arthritis or achy joints? How about muscle spasms and pains? In that case, my advice to you is to stop masking the pain. Instead, I urge you to "cure" it - naturally, intuitively, and straight at the source.
Did you know, that a whole medicine cabinet full of ancient herbs, tonics, rituals, and secrets existed in nature thousands of years before modern medicine came along? Yu... ››› more
Do you suffer from sore joints, but have no idea what might be the cause? A growing body of research is honing in on a surprising suspect in the cause of rheumatoid arthritis: Your gut bacteria.
Doctors aren't entirely sure what triggers the disease, in which your body attacks its own joints. However, several recent studies have found compelling links between gut microbes, rheumatoid arthritis... ››› more
According to a new German study, oral contraceptives (birth control pills) can ease pain and improve functioning in women who have rheumatoid arthritis.
“Women with inflammatory arthritis who were currently using oral contraceptives or who had used them in the past, presented with better patient-reported outcomes within the first two years of arthritis,” the study authors wrote. Read on to ... ››› more
Some time ago, I read an advice of a military doctor about how to keep your joints in good condition and at the same time eliminate many of the problems associated with them. I checked it on myself, my friends and convinced myself that this recipe was really - a miracle!
If you have problems with pain in the joints, back, legs, or neck, this is the recipe for you!
The "miracle" recipe that h... ››› more
There are three different types of arthritis that can occur in your knees. The most common type is osteoarthritis, a progressive disease that slowly wears away joint cartilage. This type of arthritis is most likely to strike after middle age.
Rheumatoid arthritis is an inflammatory disease that can strike at any age.
When arthritis develops following an injury to the knee, it is called post-... ››› more
Ginger is useful for far more than adding great flavour to different dishes. In actual fact, it's one of the best foods to help with inflammation and joint pain out there! Lots of research suggests that ginger can help alleviate joint pain and stiffness. I'll tell you more.
How you can take ginger to ease joint pain
You can buy ginger fresh, ground, crystallised or in the form of tinctures,... ››› more
Joint pain from arthritis can keep you from doing simple everyday activities like brushing your hair, brushing your teeth, tying your shoelaces and turning a key in the door.
You may even be taking prescription medication for your joint pain. But despite this, you may be in constant pain.
Have a look at these five natural remedies for rheumatoid arthritis you'll find in your garden…
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As crazy as this may sound, olive oil can help soothe your joint pain. I'm not talking about some special variety, just that extra virgin olive oil you have in your kitchen cupboard right now. Here's how you can use it to help ease your joint swelling and pain…
The healing compounds in olive oil could help reduce your joint pain
Olive oil contains a natural substance called oleocanthal. Th... ››› more
95% of people with lupus experience joint pain. And more significantly, joint pain is usually the first symptom of lupus. So chances are, you won't know you're suffering from lupus when you experience joint swelling and pain. Here's how to tell if you have lupus…
Six symptoms of lupus
Lupus is an auto-immune disease. That means the immune system turns against and fights its own cells and ... ››› more
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