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3 Reasons to Eat Turmeric

Dr. Weil, 2016
Turmeric (Curcuma longa) is a culinary spice that spans cultures - it is a major ingredient in Indian curries, and makes American mustard yellow. But evidence is accumulating that this brightly colored relative of ginger is a promising disease-preventive agent as well, probably due largely to its anti-inflammatory action.

Arthritis, Fibromyalgia and Lupus: Difference to know!

rand_paul, December 15, 2015
Unlike Lupus and arthritis, one encounters a disorder known as Fibromyalgia, which involve issues like joint and muscle pains along with issues like fatigue, which often occurs in a number of young women especially during the childbearing days.

Woman overcomes arthritis with raw foods, is no longer trapped in a system of medications

Kes Cardoso used to have debilitating arthritis that rendered her unable to go outside, especially if it was raining. These days, she starts her mornings with a run. Cardoso says, "I can't wait to leave the house and jog." She hardly believes she can finally utter such words.

Five of the best natural remedies for arthritis and inflammation

Arthritis is actually inflammation of one or more joints, where flexible physical points of bone meeting bone through cartilage occur. There are various forms and causes of arthritis, but the inflammation aspect holds true for all of them.

Natural Support For Arthritis Defense

Arthritis is often thought of as a normal part of aging, with about 50 million people in the United States currently experiencing some form of this debilitating joint condition. But cases are on the rise in younger populations, too — particularly rheumatoid arthritis, an autoimmune disease that causes the immune system to attack joint linings and tissues.

Are nightshades causing your arthritis, chronic pain and inflammation?

Few people are familiar with the term nightshades, and many will be surprised to learn that consuming foods from this plant group may be contributing to their pain and inflammation. Nightshades belong to the Solanaceae family which includes over 2,000 species. They include some of the most popular foods consumed today, such as tomatoes, potatoes, all types of peppers, and eggplant. Not truly nightshades, blueberries, huckleberries, goji berries and ashwaganda contain the same inflammation-inducing alkaloids.