Arthritis is of concern to many who are 50 years of age and over, but you can still be quite young and suffer with hip, knee or lower back pains. There are many types of arthritis, and I have just focused on the more common forms. Osteoarthritis is a condition I have had myself for a number of years, but it is a complaint which you can improve to a large extent with the correct dietary and lifestyle changes.


goutGout is one of those conditions which can be aided considerably with a change in diet and lifestyle, and is a form of arthritis which is normally associated with “high living”. This condition causes a rather painful accumulation of crystals of uric acid around the joint. A gout attack of pain usually strikes unexpectedly, but generally subsides in a few days with treatment. However, some guys can experience pain for several weeks with gout attacks often re-occurring and without the correct management the attacks of pain may become more frequent and can be very debilitating indeed. Now let’s have a closer look at gout, what it is and what causes it and more importantly, how we can help the gout patient with some good natural medicine suggestions.

The Gout Remedy Report Book Review

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After having a good read through this guide, I am happy to recommend this gout guide, it is a good fit with my philosophy and contains many of the best hints and tips which will ensure your gout is cured, and all without drugs. But just why Is the e-book called “” The Gout Remedy Report” one of the best e-books with thousands of satisfied customers?

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osteoarthritisThe term “arthritis” means inflammation of a joint, and there are as ways that people can experience arthritis as there are types of arthritis. There are literally dozens of kinds of arthritis: osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, gout, systemic lupus, bursitis–to name just a few. The good news is that arthritis will rarely kill you, although the pain can well and truly drive you up around the bend. The bad news is that the stiffness that you experience can make you feel like real old age has set in far too early. Osteoarthritis (OA) is the most common form of arthritis. It is a degenerative disease affecting the whole joint, and any joint can be affected but OA most commonly affects the knees, hips, hands, neck and low back. Diet changes, vitamins, minerals, and herbal medicines can all help significantly. OA can be isolated to one joint, generally a weight bearing joint such as the hip or knee, but it often affects multiple joints. OA can lead to significant problems with mobility with middle aged and elderly people and is probably the most common cause of disability in elderly people in the developed world. OA affects so many people, and I have often been asked to write about it by patients, and offer some of the best natural medicine solutions I know. Let’s explore this condition and see what we can offer, there are many options and I’ll try to give you plenty.

Rheumatoid Arthritis

rheumatoid arthritisWhat are the symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis, do you know? They are similar to osteoarthritis but tend to be more severe in nature. How do you get rheumatoid arthritis? (RA) these questions and more are all answered on my most comprehensive page of this disease, which can be a terrifying diagnosis for some. RA is an autoimmune disease, conditions which are essentially characterized by a malfunction of the immune system. In a healthy person, the body recognises itself from anything foreign, but for reasons “unknown to science”, in auto-immunity the immune system launches an attack on healthy tissue as if the tissue were a foreign body. In rheumatoid arthritis, tissue in the joints such as ligament, tendons, muscle, is attacked and becomes inflamed. Resulting symptoms include painful and inflamed joints, especially the small joints in the hands and feet), fatigue and stiffness. Rheumatoid arthritis exists in about 1 percent of the population worldwide and affects women two to three times more often than men.