Sarah Allen is a patient that had rheumatoid arthritis and was able to cure it with a one simple lifestyle change. She was 28 years old and had been experiencing the symptoms of RA for about three or four years. She had migrating pain and a lot of tendonitis issues all throughout her body.
She had been going for three years to different doctors to get diagnosed. Her blood tests were normal, she had not got the RA factor, and her C-reactive protein levels were normal. But it showed up on the X-ray.
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Rheumatoid Arthritis is usually treated with Toxic Drugs
Usually, people who suffer from rheumatoid arthritis are treated with highly toxic drugs such as prednisone, methotrexate, and even Enbrel. The rheumatologist in Milwaukee told Sarah to stop running in order to reduce the risk to become permanently disabled. He prescribed her a low-dose of methotrexate, which is, in fact, an anti-carcinogen drug.
This drug can have positive effects, but the complications and the side-effects are even bigger. Sarah was really afraid of what that drug was doing to her body. So, she was looking for different alternatives.
HOW TO CHANGE YOUR LIFESTYLE IN ORDER TO CURE THE RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS
Eat unprocessed, high-quality foods, organic, and locally grown if possible
You should reduce eating processed foods, sugar, especially fructose, and most grains. If you are unable to decrease your sugar intake, you are far less likely to improve. You need to eat more unprocessed, high-quality foods, organic, and locally grown if it is possible.
Eat your food as close to raw as possible
Furthermore, vegetable juicing is recommended.
Intake more high-quality, animal-based omega-3 fats
Krill oil has anti-inflammatory properties that are far better than regular fish oil. It’s particularly effective if taken concurrently with astaxanthin, which is a potent antioxidant bioflavonoid derived from algae.
Eat 4 to 6 ounces a day of fermented veggies, which will supply about 10 trillion beneficial bacteria, which is about 10 percent of the population of your gut.
Optimize your Vitamin D
Vitamin D is a really important component that can help you to improve and regulate your immune system and fight infections.
The results of Sarah’s Treatment
In order to try a new way of treatment for Rheumatoid Arthritis, Sarah changed her diet. She had eliminated the processed foods, and sugar, did a lot of vegetables juicing and she had eaten a lot of organic grass-fed beef, bison, ostrich, free-range chicken and raw dairy. Besides the diet, she tried to reduce the stress in her life. Actually, she cut back on the amount of working and doing.
After three months of the strict diet, she felt better and lost about 10 pounds. But, she was the happiest woman when she saw the live cell analysis and the blood cells that were perfectly natural and healthy, that was the moment when she realized that food was the magical cure for Rheumatoid Arthritis.
After 10 years she still works out and runs occasionally. She is very active and healthy and thankful for her extended life.