Leaky gut can cause more than one disease. I suggest clear up the leaky gut without the drugs doing more damage to heal your bowel and body. Otherwise it will be a lifelong contest between you and how much pain you can endure and how many auto immune problems you can stand.View Thread
RA is curable and the depression is caused by the same problem that causes the RA because the body is all one unit not separate parts like doctors treat. Colon healing with bentonite,probiotics and drug avoidance can cure your RA.Heal the colon and cure the RA and depression.View Thread
There is documented proof that this disease is caused by leaky gut syndrome. The mainstream medicine insists this is incurable because there is much money being made on the suffering of others. What better racket is is there than to be begging for anything to stop the pain at any price. RA is caused by leaky gut, cure the leaky gut and you cure the disease, not easy, not quick but it can and does happen.View Thread
Despite what you have been told RA is cureable. It is caused by leaky gut and inflammation of the colon. The drugs would make it worse. Use sodium bentonite and probiotics. Eliminate all alcohol from the diet, white flour sugar etc. Add amino acids to the diet start juicing alkalize the body. Eat only easily digested foods, take digestive enzymes. HCL if needed, and be very careful about food.The gut will heal in time maybe a year but you will notice less pain with each passing day.The heart of this is the bentonite and the probiotics. good luck to ya and do not believe those that say you need the drugs because the drugs ease the pain and feeds the disease as the disease still rages. You have the chance to cure please do so for your sake before your mind gets all twisted like those with the disease.View Thread
RA is caused by leaky gut, leaky gut is caused by the destruction of good bacteria in the colon. The medication people take to ease the pain contributes to the inflammation of the colon and makes it worse therefore medication works for a while until it has to be changed. The only way to cure RA is to reestablish colon health and that is not possible with drugs making matters worse. You can thank the medical industry for treating symptoms with expensive overpriced drugs while totally ignoring the cause and hiding symptoms as the disease rages.View Thread
I keep reading that medicine is looking for a cure for this condition and that it is always just over the horizon and then got to thinking. What do they have cures for? Not arthritis,not diabetes,not cancer,ms, chrons, migraines,osteoporisis, ibs,heart disease,parkinsons,ms,etc,nothing I can think of. Not one disease does modern medicine have a cure for, not one with the exception of anything that responds to antibiotics. Can anyone think of one disease that medicine can cure, not treat but cure.If so I would like to know what it is, because I can think of nothing. So anyone that thinks there will one day be a miracle cure of this monster from medicine is sadly mistaken. Are we being taken for a ride?View Thread
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