I believe the illness caused by rheumatoid arthritis is more like an allergy or the effects of a poison. For example, if a person is allergic to peanuts a doctor will recommend ‘not eating peanuts’, the doctor will not say “Continue eating peanuts and take these drugs to counteract the effects.” In this case the cause is well known, so the solution is to remove the cause; the peanuts.
In my own experience, rheumatoid arthritis behaves the same way. When I eat certain foods my body reacts badly, obviously I’ve upset it and it’s trying to repair the damage or imbalance that I’ve caused by introducing some sort of poisonous or disagreeable foods into my body. My task was to discover which ones. Read more . . .