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Natural Remedies for Rheumatoid Arthritis

Natural Remedies For Rheumatoid Arthritis

Premature aging, pollution, and environmental causes are important factors in an individual's life, but how the individual deals with these factors directly influences the condition of their body. So what are some natural remedies for rheumatoid arthritis?

The human body has numerous mechanisms to repair and maintain itself, but unfortunately, many of the same mechanisms involved in the repair of the body are also involved in the aggravation of the symptoms of arthritis.

signs of rheumatoid arthritis


While the skin, joints, and muscles report muscle degeneration, the cardiovascular system also shows signs of degeneration, and scientists are learning how environmental factors can encourage premature aging of the skin, joints, and muscles without affecting the heart.


Actions of free radicals on the skin, ligaments, and tendons are aggravating factors for people with RA, and antioxidants protect the skin, joints, and heart.

The specific nature of the antioxidants does not isolate one form of the antioxidant from another, but rather tells the antioxidant to work efficiently against a common enemy.

As an individual with RA takes antioxidant supplements and makes sure to get enough vitamin C, vitamin E, and selenium, they can improve their skin, joints, and heart health.

The nutritional needs of people with RA are complicated and must be taken into consideration, but there are some foods that are rich in the antioxidants that may help to relieve some of the symptoms of the disease.

Diet for Rheumatoid Arthritis

It is strongly recommended that an individual with RA follow a diet that is rich in Vitamin E, Vitamin C, amino acids, and carotenoids (found in red food) as they can prevent further deterioration of their body. Consuming food high in antioxidants daily may also prevent other forms of arthritis from occurring.

Vitamin D Supplementation may also be suggested for individuals with decreased vitamin D status and rheumatoid arthritis. Recent studies have indicated that vitamin D supplementation may reduce the pain of RA by 35-45%.

Studies have shown that individuals with poor glycemic control have a variety of health issues including increased risk of heart disease, diabetes, obesity, certain cancers, and maintaining a healthy weight.

Natural Remedies for Rheumatoid Arthritis.

  1. Cayenne Pepper
  2. Cat’s Claw
  3. Evening Primrose Oil
  4. Omega-3 Fish Oil
  5. Turmeric
  6. Ginger
  7. Green tea
  8. Celery seed
  9. Quercetin
  10. Rosemary
  11. Vitamin D
  12. Calcium
  13. White willow bark
  14. Boswellia
  15. Bromelain

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Some people report temporary relief from their RA symptoms when using some therapies. These treatments covered in this guide should not replace your current medications.

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