5 Worst Foods for Arthritis and Joint Pain
March 6, 2016 By Steve H. CMT
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Most people have no idea that eating the wrong foods can cause arthritis pain flare-ups.
That’s why I’ve prepared this article to walk you through the 5 Worst Foods to eat if you suffer from arthritis.
In just a few minutes from now, you’ll know how to steer clear of the 5 biggest “food landmines” that can sabotage your health and make your arthritis pain worse.
What you’re about to discover will probably be quite surprising. But more importantly, it will show you how to take control of your arthritis instead of having it take control of you.
And that’s not all. In addition to walking you through the “5 Worst Foods,” we’re also going to cover other items you need to know like:
- The unique “shift” your body makes during your mid-twenties that could be the culprit behind your arthritis pain. (Probably less than 1 in a 10,000 people know this.)
- The secret discovered by a little known New York doctor that will give you a HUGE advantage in your fight against arthritis. He discovered the switch you can “flip” inside your body to help make it start acting like it did when you were 25!
- The real reason that traditional “painkillers” don’t help your pain.
- I’ll reveal the “trouble making” vegetable that can actually make your arthritis pain worse! If you’ve always thought that greens are good for you, you’ll definitely want to read this.
- What special type of “super food” can actually counteract the damage of arthritis itself! (It’s amazing to understand how this works.)
So let's get started...
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