Arthritis (Osteo)

Osteoarthritis is a degenerative joint condition of aging and involves swelling and painful joints from wear and tear.It does not usually develop until after the age of 40. The disease causes the joints to dry out as they do not receive needed fluid and nutrition.

The most common causes are overuse of joints in the fingers and toes. General degeneration occurs over time and with aging. A lifetime of poor nutrition contributes.
Symptoms include painful swollenjoints, often on arising. Physical activity may aggravate the pain. Soreness in hips, knees and lower back are common. Deformation may occur over time.
Physical therapy per doctor’s instructions may be required. Water aerobics is a good choice of exercise for this condition.
Follow these instructions for both Osteo and Rheumatoid Arthritis. Check for Food Sensitivities: Follow a whole, natural diet.Avoid nightshade foods: peppers, tomatoes, potatoes, eggplant, and tobacco. Eat sulfur-rich foods to rebuild bone: eggs, garlic, onion,and asparagus.Vitamin C & D supplements are helpful. Fish oil reduces inflammation.


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