All five of these foods form part of my whole food plant-based diet on a daily basis. They are easy to incorporate into raw salads or cooked meals and are highly nutritious and health promoting in their own right, as well as having specific anti-inflammatory properties. Read more . . .
The healthiest diet is one that prevents chronic disease and promotes recovery from existing chronic disease. The science and the clinical results prove beyond any doubt at this point that a whole food plant-based diet low in added salt oil and sugar is the best diet to achieve this. It’s the only diet that’s been proven to reverse the causes of heart disease and type II diabetes (and many other chronic diseases), and not just suppress the symptoms.
There’s an overwhelming amount of information about health and nutrition on the web, on television, and in books and magazines etc. My own feeling based on forty years of study, research and personal experience is that at least 95% of the information out there is incorrect and a great deal of it is extremely dangerous. Read more . . .
RA sufferers can often find it difficult and perhaps even impossible to do any kind of useful exercise due to pain, inflammation, fatigue, and restriction of movement. Also, the reasons why an RA sufferer should exercise regularly are slightly different from those of the rest of the population (although the benefits are similar, just more critical for RA sufferers).
Until fairly recently, I hadn’t realised the significance of these differences and as a result of my research into exercise and rheumatoid arthritis, I’ve now given a much higher priority to this component of my recovery. Read more . . .
Millions of people around the world are needlessly suffering from rheumatoid arthritis and many other chronic diseases which can be prevented, treated, and often reversed with diet and lifestyle medicine. This has been thoroughly established, researched and proven beyond doubt at this point. Why then, in almost forty years of suffering with rheumatoid arthritis have I never been made aware of this treatment option by any of my ‘health care’ practitioners?
Whether a patient has rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, heart disease, hypertension, diabetes or any other chronic disease, the first thing any physician should do is to explain the overwhelming benefits of a whole food plant-based diet and other health promoting lifestyle changes. Read more . . .
This post is for those rheumatoid arthritis sufferers who are trying to identify the cause(s) of their disease so that they can begin to reverse it and subsequently cure it (achieve permanent remission).
The key point that I want to make is that you should never stop trying, never stop searching and researching, just know that there is a findable cause(s) of your rheumatoid arthritis and it can be identified and removed, and your health can be restored. It will be easier for some people than others, but ultimately I believe any RA sufferer can achieve permanent remission. Read more . . .