There is often controversy as to whether or not diet is helpful in treating rheumatoid arthritis and other autoimmune diseases. Many folks believe there is absolutely nothing to what you consume while others believe it is what will save them. After years of trial and error with diet, I am no longer convinced it is going to save me from rheumatoid arthritis, but I definitely believe it plays a huge part in how I feel.
To read the rest of this post and other great posts on rheumatoid arthritis, please visit Health Central.
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I loved this article. I will definitely check out the links.
This approach to living seems quite empowering, especially in how it focuses on a comprehensive approach to wellness, and not just dieting or losing weight, like so many “fad” approaches.
Thrive with RA,
I hope you enjoy the links. I agree that this is an empowering way of living. Funny how getting back to simple living can be empowering. 🙂
I have rheumatoid arthritis and have been taking medications for two years. So good to read that the primal/paleo diet can help with arthritis!