The food you eat really does make a difference. I was told by a friend to eat Kiwi fruit daily to lessen arthritis pain, and it works. It took about a month to start working, and I almost gave up, but that was several years ago. Now, if I miss a few days I start to ache more and more until I remember and start up again. The nice thing about food as medicine is it's fun to fix, tastes good, and can't cause side effects if you aren't allergic.
1/6/2013 6:40:43 AM
For those willing to change their diet this is a great blog for reducing Rheumatoid Arthritis Pain http://www.rheumatoidarthritisprogram.com/ joint-pain-relief
I enjoy articles like this as it helps me when I go grocery shopping. I can look for simple foods that I can find locally. Its great. Thank you.
2/24/2009 10:14:57 AM
I'm looking for natural ways to combat my arthritis so I was interested in this article. But sometimes when I read these things they aren't realistic....who is going to eat 9 fruits per day? Or drink 10 glasses of water? You would spend your day in the restroom. I would love more practical help. Any advice?
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