rheumatoid arthritis

  1. Is this “fridge secret” is causing your arthritis?!

    If you’ve been diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis, not a day passes when you don’t wish for a cure.

    The swollen fingers, the stiffness in your knees… some days, the pain is just UNBEARABLE.

    And forget Big Pharma’s “solutions” ...

    On one hand you’ve got drugs that slow down your immune system and leave you RIPE for infection…

    And on the other, you’ve got dangerous, addictive pain meds.

    But now you don’t have to choose between mainstream drugs or suffering in silence.

    Because an exciting new study reveals a SECRET cause of your rheumatoid arthritis—and it’s something that’s lurking in your fridge RIGHT NOW…

    A MAP of pain

    In a new study out of the University of Central Florida, researchers found that the true cause of rheumatoid arthritis could be hiding out in everything from your favorite hamburger to the half and half you put in your coffee!

    Let me explain...

    As it turns out, many people with rheumatoid arthritis have a mutated gene. That alone sounds like something out of a sci-fi movie… but it gets even weirder.

    You see, some people live for YEARS with this mutated gene and never even get rheumatoid arthritis. That is, unless you get exposed to a terrifying bacteria called Mycobaterium avium paratuberculosis or MAP.

    And when the two meet—BOOM!

    Suddenly you’re suffering from painful joints, exhaustion, and—before you know it— rheumatoid arthritis.

    But a new study has found a reason… and a cure.

    Researchers tested 100 patients with rheumatoid arthritis for both the mutated gene and MAP.

    The results? Roughly 78 percent of the patients had the mutated gene… and 40 percent of these folks tested positive for the bacteria.

    In other words, 40 percent of rheumatoid arthritis sufferers had both the gene AND the bacteria. To me, those odds are just too strong to be a coincidence.

    But don’t worry: there’s an easy fix… once you know how it happened in the first place.

    No “moo’s” is good news

    So just HOW do you get exposed to this bacteria?

    Well, this is the strangest part of all...

    It turns out, MAP is found in infected milk and beef.

    And here’s where it gets even scarierMAP has been found in over HALF of the cows in the United States.

    So whether you’re suffering from rheumatoid arthritis or you’ve been lucky enough to avoid it, it’s a good idea to stay away from beef and dairy. Period!

    Usually I would recommend just going organic when it comes to red meat and dairy, but in this case it’s best to avoid them completely.

    Luckily, there’s a way to do this while still eating delicious food—it’s called the Paleo Diet. You can still eat plenty of chicken and seafood, plus fresh veggies and nuts.

    Even if you already suffer from rheumatoid arthritis, you can still benefit from the Paleo Diet. Eliminating inflammation-causing red meat and dairy will relieve most or even all of your symptoms.

    Better yet, try a curcumin supplement. Curcumin is found in turmeric, a spice long used in Indian cooking to give dishes their bright golden color, and it’s been proven to reduce out-of-control inflammation and alleviate pain.

    You can find a curcumin supplement at any health food store or online.

  2. Is rheumatoid arthritis behind your bedroom troubles?!

    It’s your worst nightmare come true.  

    Things are finally going right. It’s time for you to perform… 

    …And nothing happens. 

    No matter what you try, you can’t fix the problem.  

    Man or woman, it doesn’t matter. This afflicts everyone.  

    It might even prevent you from getting into the bedroom in the first place. 

    If you’ve been scratching your head trying to figure out what’s wrong… or taking pills and unable to get off them…I’ll bet you haven’t even considered that rheumatoid arthritis (RA) could be the culprit 

    And yet the science is irrefutable 

    RA linked to sexual dysfunction 

    That’s right; researchers reviewed 15 studies involving women and seven studies on men. They all showed one conclusion… 

    Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is strongly associated with sexual dysfunction! 

    Add “sexual dysfunction” to the list of inflammation’s side effects. 

    It’s not even just a little bit 

    Previous research found that as many as 70 percent of people with RA have problems in the bedroom! 

    Even worse, it might not even be a blood flow problem. For some, it can simply be too painful… others may not feel attractive because of something like psoriasis… 

    Whatever the reason may be, you don’t need to live life unsatisfied. You can make your bedroom a happy place again. 

    Leave the pain in the past 

    The undeniable root of RA is inflammation – which makes this relatively simple for you.  

    The first is addressing your diet… 

    Ditch inflammatory processed foods and get plenty of brightly colored vegetables. Vegetables are chock full of antioxidants that can quench the fires of inflammation. 

    You should also immediately start taking these top three INFLAMMATION-BUSTERS: 

    Vitamin C is an old standby that should not be overlooked when trying to get rid of inflammation. A study found 500 mg of vitamin C twice daily was able to lay waste to key inflammatory markers. 

    Omega-3s – If you’re like most Americans, your omegas are way off-balance. You probably have too much omega-6 floating in your system – a major cause of inflammation. By adding more omega-3s into your body, you can stem the tide and overcome inflammation. 

    Resveratrol – Unlike vitamin C, resveratrol is a fat-soluble antioxidant. It’ll stick around in your body a lot longer than any water-soluble antioxidant. This also helps different types of inflammation, ensuring you’re taking a multi-pronged attack at the inflammation plaguing your body. 

    Results will not be instantaneous, but you’ll soon find yourself feeling more confident… more comfortable… and more pleased.  

  3. Stop RA with this spice-rack staple

    The constant pain… the stiffness… the swollen, disfigured joints. When you’re suffering from rheumatoid arthritis, it can feel like your body is betraying you. And here’s the truth: It is. Your overactive immune system is attacking your joints faster than your body can repair itself! So, what does mainstream medicine do to treat rheumatoid arthritis? It loads you up with...
  4. Could RA start in your MOUTH?

    When you've got rheumatoid arthritis (RA), there's no escaping the agony in your joints. They're swollen... tender... and stiff as a board. And even though it may FEEL like your joints are the main source of the problem, a new study suggests that RA may actually begin in a part of your body far removed from your achy hands and...
  5. Triple your RA relief with this supplement trio

    Whether it's tenors, stooges, or musketeers, some things are simply best when they come in threes. It can mean triple the harmony... triple the laughs... or triple the intrigue! And when it comes to improving your health, sometimes you need to hit whatever ails you from a FEW different angles. Take rheumatoid arthritis (RA) for example. We know that the...
  6. Rheumatoid arthritis drug increases risk of flesh eating infection

    Patients taking rheumatoid arthritis drugs that block a specific protein were found to be 300 times more likely to get necrotizing fasciitis, a.k.a flesh eating bacteria.
  7. Acupuncture provides fast relief for rheumatoid arthritis

    Combining acupuncture with the Chinese herb moxa helps 83 percent of rheumatoid arthritis patients, according to a new study
  8. Did rheumatoid arthritis drugs kill Glenn Frey?

    While fans mourn the death of legendary Eagles rocker Glenn Frey, new reports indicate that powerful prescription drugs he took for rheumatoid arthritis are to be blamed.
  9. Beer slashes rheumatoid arthritis risk 31%

    A cold brew, rich in amino acids and polyphenols, could help control debilitating joint pain.
  10. Low testosterone leads to joint pain

    Men with low levels of testosterone have a much higher risk of developing rheumatoid arthritis years later.

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