Beating Arthritis Naturally


There are many forms of arthritis, and the two most prevalent are osteoarthritis

and rheumatoid arthritis. Osteoarthritis also known as wear and tear is a

degenerative joint disease that affects people over the age of 45. Rheumatoid

arthritis is a degenerative an inflammatory auto immune disease most often

found in people 40 and 60 years of age.  No matter which one you have most

doctors will have this long standing advice to minimize aches and pains ,swelling and stiffness



Fish For Relief . It has been known that the omega 3 fatty acid in certain fish can help to tame down arthritis pain because they dampen the inflammatory process by providing anti-inflammatory building blocks..

Many studies done over the years have shown that fish oil helps with the

inflammation and accompanying pain of rheumatoid arthritis and that it may reduce the need for Nsaid`s such as ibuprofen. The suggested dose is 3 g or 3000 mg a day of EPA/DHA .A good source can be found in sardines, salmon, tuna, and mackerel so try to eat them 2-3 times a week. It is also natures secret that white tuna has the highest content of omega 3 and the more total fat it has the more omega 3 it contains.




GLA Gamma Linolenic Acid. The body converts these omega 6 fatty acids into anti-inflammatory compounds. Studies have shown that GLA can reduce tenderness, morning stiffness, and inflammation of rheumatoid and may reduce the need for Nsaid`s such as asprin naproxin or acetaminophen. Suggested dose is 1800 mg daily . GLA  is found in primrose borage oil or black  current seed oil. Note evening of primrose may counter the effects of anti-convulsants drugs.


antioxidant vegetablesAnti-Oxidants Can Help To. Some studies have shown that anti-oxidants found in fruits and vegetables may protect joints especially the knees so be sure that your getting enough beta carotene, lutein, lycopene and vitamin C . So eat lots of sweet potatoes ,broccoli, spinach, oranges kiwi fruit and strawberries for disease protection.



Hot Chilli PeppersBlunt The Pain With Hot Peppers . Applying capsaicin cream made with the active ingredient from hot pepper has been known to ease pain. Capsaicin has the affect  on substance P which nerve ending release to mediate pain. You can find Capsaicin  cream in most drug stores..

Vitamin D . It has been noted that people who have osteoarthritis have lower

levels of D in their system so supplementation is recommended.


If you already have arthritis you can still live life to the fullest. With knowledge

about supplements , medications and a few life style changes that include

nutrition , exercise and staying slender remarkable results can be achieved at any



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