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Top 5 Natural Treatments for Arthritis and Joint Pain

By Steve Hefferon, CMT, PTA

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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.

Arthritis is not a necessary part of aging. In fact, you can get relief from pain and even reverse much of the damage Arthritis has caused you.

Conventional medicine typically offers cover-up treatments for these naturally occurring changes. But these treatments do nothing to restore lost function. They may relieve symptoms—and just as likely, they may not. But they don’t get at the root causes of the problems. And people still suffer. The purpose of this article is so that you don’t have to suffer. Below are our Top 5 Natural Treatments for Arthritis and Joint Pain.

Top 5 Natural Treatments for Arthritis and Joint Pain.

1. Eliminate Inflammatory foods from Your Diet

Most people do not know that certain everyday foods that you are probably eating, are actually making your pain worse. Some inflammatory foods like bread and pasta may be obvious, where as foods like eggplant and other nightshade vegetables also contain inflammatory properties.

*Many common cooking oils contain excess Omega6 which can be highly inflammable…

*Foods high in trans fats are also linked to chronic and systemic inflammation. You may be consuming far too many of these foods.

You can learn more about which foods to avoid in our FREE Relief Guide – All Natural Relief For Arthritis and Joint Pain – You can download it at the bottom of this page.

2. Rebuild Your Cartilage

Erosion of cartilage is one of the most common reasons for pain associated with Arthritis. Imagine a cushion where two bones meet. Without that cushion, bones rub together causing severe pain. Doctors typically prescribe pain masking drugs that will never address the true cause of the pain. A more effective approach would be to only use pain pills for temporary relief while you rebuild your cartilage. There are natural supplements that you can use like Devil’s Claw, Cod Liver Oil, Glucosamine Sulfate. These supplements have to be taken in the proper quantities in order for them to be effective. We break down these supplements and their recommended doses in our free relief guide which is available to you at no cost.

You can learn more about which foods to avoid in our FREE Relief Guide – All Natural Relief For Arthritis and Joint Pain – You can download it at the bottom of this page.

3. Incorporate More Anti-Inflammatory Foods into Your Diet

In addition to eliminating the pain causing foods we mentioned above, you can also take advantage of the natural pain fighting foods mother nature provides. Many juices have been used effectively against arthritis, especially pure black cherry juice – which is also a very successful natural remedy for gout. Beet juice is another good one and is wonderfully healthy in many ways. People with rheumatoid arthritis should include juices high in anti-inflammatory nutrients such as beta-carotene (found in parsley, broccoli and spinach) and copper (found in carrots, apples and ginger).

Herbs such as boswellia, cayenne, devil’s claw, horsetail, licorice root, turmeric, white willow and yucca are also effective in relieving arthritis symptoms. Many of these ingredients can be found in Heal-n-Soothe. You can learn more about it and see https://healnsoothereviews.com/Heal-n-Soothe reviews.

There is also a very common beverage that contains more antioxidants than Vitamin C and Vitamin E. Sipping a few cups of day of this beverage can help halt further damage from Arthritis. Learn more about this potent pain fighter and the top 7 anti-inflammatory foods in our free relief guide. You can download it for free at the bottom of this page.

4. Address Magnesium Deficiency

In particular, deficiency in magnesium has been strongly associated with arthritis. Magnesium has been called the master mineral for good reason. As Dr. Carolyn Dean, who literally wrote the book on magnesium, reports magnesium plays an important role in more than 1,300 body processes. Alarmingly, it is estimated that 75% to 95% of us are deficient in magnesium. There are tests available that can help you determine if you indeed have a magnesium deficiency.

5. Download Our FREE Relief Guide – All Natural Relief For Arthritis and Joint Pain

Our free relief guide elaborates on the above tips as well as covers more effective strategies for lasting relief from Arthritis and Joint Pain.

Here’s a summary of what you will learn in our free guide:

Which foods are cranking up the inflammation in your body, making your pain far worse! You are most likely consuming at least a few of these…
3,000 Year Old Natural relief techniques from the Chinese that stop Arthritis pain in its tracks. These treatments address the root cause of the pain instead of only treating the symptoms.
How to tell if Magnesium and other mineral deficiencies are contributing to your pain. You may be one of the 75% to 95% of us that are deficient in magnesium.
Little known yet highly effective supplements that rebuild your cartilage and undo the erosion caused by Arthritis.
A rare fatty acid discovered by the National Institute for Health that provided jaw dropping pain relief results for people with joint pain.
Beverages, foods and herbs that can actually eliminate pain causing inflammation. Be sure to consume these whenever possible.
Ever notice how arthritis or joint pain gets worse in cold or damp weather? Learn how changes in temperature and weather impact your pain… and what you can do about it.

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