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Tennis Elbow? This stretch video helps!

Are you suffering from Tennis Elbow. Watch as I demonstrate one simple stretch that has helped thousands of people find relief. If you find this video helpful, I recommend you get a free copy of my Arthritis and Joint Pain Relief Guide. It is jam packed with practical and useful tips that you can being to use right away. Read more

Top 5 Natural Treatments for Arthritis and Joint Pain

At its heart, arthritis is usually due to inflammation – most often prolonged inflammation. The word arthritis literally means joint inflammation (arth=joint, ritis=inflammation), and refers to more than 100 different diseases. Arthritis is a degenerative disease affecting the joints that causes pain and limits mobility. Read more

Common Food Additive That Causes Arthritis and Joint Pain

You’ve probably heard how MSG can be bad for you. Adverse reactions to monosodium glutamate have been reported for nearly a half century now. An excitotoxin, MSG can easily generate and rapidly destroy neurons... Read more

How Vitamin E Aids in Arthritis Pain Relief

There’s a vitamin which has rightfully earned itself a reputation as a “super vitamin.” As a powerful antioxidant, it can help prevent many of the degenerative diseases we face as we age – including heart disease, stroke, arthritis, senility, diabetes and cancer. And that’s only the start. Read more

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