If you suffer from arthritis, you know it is a chronic disease and that it is an umbrella term that describes over 100 different diseases that result in tissue inflammation or degeneration of the cartilage and inevitably results in swelling, pain, and stiffness. Many people have heard diet affects arthritis, both for the good and for the bad. If
If you suffer from any of these symptoms, you may have a sensitivity or intolerance to salicylates: asthma, ear infections, rhinitis, sinusitis, depression, headaches, hyperactivity, inability to concentrate, irritability, migraines, mental sluggishness, mood changes, dermatitis, eczema, itching, rashes, bloating, canker sores, colic, cramps, diarrhea, flatulence, heartburn, mouth ulcers, stomach pains, vomiting, achy joints, arthritis, myalgia, or weakness.
Boron has been in the news lately, and according to Health Canada, it is possibly an essential trace mineral and one needed by the body to prevent osteopenia, osteoporosis, or rheumatoid arthritis. Osteopenia, osteoporosis, and rheumatoid arthritis are connected in that bone loss occurs in all three, which can lead to broken bones, a loss of independence,
ccording to the Cherry Nutrition Report, if you suffer from arthritis or gout tart cherries may help. Studies conducted at Michigan State University by Dr. Muralee Nair shows tart cherries have natural healing compounds, and these compounds allow them to reduce inflammation and ease arthritis or gout pain. When tart cherry components were isolated, the