Arthritis Cure By Naturopathy

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Reverse Rheumatoid Arthritis with Natural Medicine Barker ND

hritis, they should think about trying thenatural living lifestyle. There are a number of aspects of the natural living lifestyle,but one of the most important is diet. We think about diet for rheumatoid arthritiswe want to look at decreasing inflammation, so we want to take out foods that are goingto increase inflammation like red meat, dairy products; we want to put in foods that aregoing to decrease inflammation vegetables, fish, for example. We want to think aboutadding in supplements that may be helpful: probiotics and omega3 fatty acids in theform of flax or fish oils can be very helpful in patients with rheumatoid arthritis. Andof course I recommend the patients find a

naturopathic to help them with theirquestions. If you d like to learn more about natural medicine and the natural living lifestyle,you can read this informative book, The Beginner s Guide to Natural Living. hpp` gd\v :p\vUniversity of Colorado H Microsoft Word Document NB6W Word.Document.8 ealth Sciences CenterSimon Arthritis Title University of Colorado H Simon Arthritis Justine Migdall Normal LarryCook Microsoft Word 11.5.6 PICTNP MSWD Cambria ,Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune diseascondition that olves body attacking parts of itself, this case )cin the case of rheumatoidarthritis s attacking the joint , causing pain, difficulty with motion, somet even deformities.Nobody ntirely sure people develop autoimmune

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Effectively Treat Rheumatoid Arthritis with Natural Medicine by Angela Agrios ND

Rheumatoid arthritis is a type of arthritisthat's autoimmune in nature. What autoimmune means is that there's some confusion that'shappened in the immune system where the white blood cells in the immune system actuallybecome reactive to the body's own tissues. In rheumatoid arthritis, specifically, theimmune system starts attacking the tissue in the joints, like in the hands and in thewrists and in the knees—it can affect any joint, but these are typical places wherewe'll see it. And in chronic cases, we can actually see pretty extreme deformity andpain. As an autoimmune disease, rheumatoid arthritis has many causative factors: we'regoing to look at things like endocrine imbalance,

which means hormone imbalance; we're goingto look at mercury toxicity and other heavy metal toxicities. We're going to look atfood allergies and we're also going to look at dyspyosis. Dyspyosis is just a term thatmeans you have an imbalance of the type of flora, or organisms, in your intestines. Sowhen someone comes to see me with rheumatoid arthritis, there are several things we'regoing to do in the initial consult. We're going to take a very indepth history, becausewe want to confirm that what is actually going on is rheumatoid arthritis. I'm going totake an indepth look at their diet. Diet's actually very important, and there's a lotof foods that can be quite inflammatory and

that can aggravate an autoimmune condition.I'm also going to look to see what their stress levels are like, and what any exercisehabits look like, because these things can also impact an autoimmune condition. I liketo take many tests during the first visit to again confirm that this is actually rheumatoidarthritis—so we're going to look at the blood, and we're going to look for autoantibodiesand rheumatoid factor. And then we're also going to look for antibodies IgG and IgE formto many foods. Oftentimes, people have many food allergies that can aggravate this condition,and so we're going to want to rule that out. In addition in the blood work, we'regoing to look at hormone levels, and we're

also going to verify that in saliva. And thenin urine, we're going to confirm that there's no heavy metal toxicity that's happened,because quite often things like mercury and other heavy metals can aggravate autoimmuneconditions, and we want to make sure that that's not what's going on in this case.When I'm formulating a treatment plan, my primary objective is to get the immune systemunder control. We want to modulate that inflammation—bring it down, so that the body is no longer attackingitself. So the first area I'm going to work with the person to have this happen is theirdiet. We're going to look at anything that's inflammatory in their diet: this can be thingslike sugar and refined flour—any fake food

will go, so there's going to be no packagedfood, no transfats. I recommend my patients eat organic, and we're going to work ona completely wholefoods diet: we're going to do good proteins, goodquality fats, lotsof fresh, organic vegetables and fruits, nuts and seeds primarily. When we look at thatblood work, if there were any positive reactions—either IgE or IgG—to foods, we will remove thosefoods for at least three months completely. At that point, if they had positive food allergiesand there were a lot of them, that will tell me that work needs to be done on their gutlining. So sometimes, because of chronic inflammation, we can get a little bit of what we call “leakiness�in the intestines; and, along with a little

bit of undigested food, those spaces allowfor food to get into the capillaries and cause more inflammation in the body—and specifically,it's proteins that are leaking into the capillaries. So we really need to work onnot only taking out the foods that are aggravating the immune system, but we need to work onhealing of the lining of the gut. Things that are really good for gut mucosa repair arethe amino acid glutamine. I like to use a lot of what are called “demulcent botanicals,â€�which means kind of slippery botanicals, and these things are typically slippery elm oraltheaaficinalis (spé), which is marshmallow. There are several herbs that are very goodfor the intestine lining—those are a few

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