She Found the Cure for Arthritis and Decided to Share it With the World - RiseEarth

She Found the Cure for Arthritis and Decided to Share it With the World


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by Health & Love Page

Arthritis is one of the most common health conditions nowadays, characterized by pain and inflammation in the joints. According to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, around 52.5 million adults and 300,000 children in U.S. were told to have some form of arthritis from 2010 to 2012.

This institute believes that by 2040, there will be around 78 million adults (18 years and older) suffering from arthritis only in U.S. This condition can occur in anyone regardless of age, so it can affect even kids. The most common symptoms of arthritis are joint pain, stiffness, swelling, and reduced range of motion.

They can occur suddenly and range from mild to severe. Severe arthritis can significantly interfere with your daily activities, causing difficulties in walking, climbing stairs, etc.


There are over 100 types of arthritis including fibromyalgia, gout, rheumatism, and more, but the 2 most common forms of arthritis are:
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Rheumatoid arthritis
The Story of Susie

Here, we present the story of Susie – a former arthritis sufferer. Her friends used to call her “the weather” as she could predict weather changes by noticing her hands start swelling. Luckily, she left this in the past by making a simple decision to quit milk and other dairy products whose content includes animal protein.

She decided to try this theory, and she definitely didn’t regret. She stayed true to this diet plan, and after 2 months, the terrible pain disappeared. Susie explains she feels as she has a new body after recovering from her arthritis.

Susie recommends anyone who suffers from arthritis to remove meat and dairy products from their diet. She says animal protein intake significantly increases the levels of acidity in the body, and an overly acidic pH is the culprit of many forms of arthritis.

In addition, arthritis sufferers are advised to maintain a healthy weight and practice regular physical activity.

Sources: Non-Stop Healthy; Arthritis; Active Life Pro
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