I wish, twenty or thirty (or preferably forty) years ago, someone had impressed upon me the importance of health and the implications of chronic disease. I wish I could have learned and absorbed a few simple lifestyle principles and made certain choices that would have enabled me to avoid developing rheumatoid arthritis. I’ve since learned many of these principles the hard way and I am living by them, and they are helping me to recover (again) from a thirty-five year struggle with severe chronic RA. These same principles could be used by anyone to help them avoid (or at least significantly postpone) the development of RA and many other chronic diseases. Read more . . .
In this post I want to encourage the owners of those websites which advertise and/or promote a cure for arthritis who subsequently require the payment of a fee (either for an eBook, or for some other means of accessing the ‘cure’), to consider providing their information free of charge.
If the information on those websites is genuinely useful and could help to relieve the suffering caused by RA, then why not share it free of charge? A ‘Donate’ button could be placed on those websites instead, which would allow visitors to show their appreciation voluntarily if they wished, for any genuine benefit or support provided. Read more . . .
The problem with many of the recommended ‘cures’, diets and therapies for rheumatoid arthritis is that they are too complicated or too expensive. They often contradict each other, or worse still; they never get to the point! Also, there’s often a hidden agenda.
In the real world, when people are working, dealing with children, and with a thousand other demands on their time; any attempt to deal with their RA has to be simple and focused, if it is to have any chance of succeeding. Read more . . .