The answer is juice fasting. It will cleanse the body and remove the acids in the joints and cure the disease. Some may have objections to this type of healing that actually works and prefer the drugs that mask the symptoms while the disease continues to rage. This healing is not for everyone just those that wants a cure and will do what is necessary to get that cure.View Thread
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Sorry but its not mind over matter or the right combination of drugs. Its a complete diet change with the total elimination of wheat,dairy,red meat,sugar, and other acid producing foods replaced by living foods with enzymes,and micro nutrients, foods like vegetables,sauerkraut,kimchi,greens like spirulina, and other probiotic foods.Eliminate anything that has high fructose corn syrup,eat no processed foods at all, restaurants are out. Do this is you really want to get better paying close attention to colon health. if you are not have 2 to three good healthy bowel movements a day that can be a problem in itself affecting the RA. You now have the key, the rest is up to you.View Thread
Have you done anything about your diet. do you eat wheat,sugar,meat,dairy, and other acid producing foods. how is the colon, maybe leaky gut,maybe parasites,maybe some out of control yeasts like candida. All these things need to be corrected to make progress with reversing the disease.Others have done it and so can you.View Thread
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