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How to cure osteoarthritis without risk

Updated on May 7, 2014


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Osteoarthritis is a chronic disease, typified by the failure of cartilage, the portion of a joint that protects the ends of bones and facilitates movement.

As cartilage fails, bones start to chafe against each another. This triggers inflexibility and discomfort, making it hard to use the joint.

Osteoarthritis can also injure ligaments, menisci and muscles.

So, you have osteoarthritis.

Osteoarthritis hurts doesn’t it?

Valerie suffered arthritis of the spine for almost twenty years. She went to several doctors, had hospital checks, was offered numerous courses of medication – but nothing ever cured her.

Okay, some of the time she found relief, but there were also times when out shopping, when she had to lean her back against a wall and gradually sink to the ground in order to ease the hurt – now that’s real pain…. She even had times when she’s been in tears with the agony of just dressing in the morning.

Always the arthritis was there, always the arthritis gave pain.

Eventually she paid to see a chiropractor.

I’ve always looked on alternative medical practices as a bit mumbo-jumbo – but I’ve changed my mind.

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To CURE arthritis

  • Eat NO red meat.
  • Drink NO red wine
  • Drink NO Brandy
  • Drink NO whisky
  • Drink NO dark rum
  • Drink NO orange juice
  • Eat NO raw tomato (well-cooked tomato is good for you but raw is terrible)
  • Eat NO oranges
  • Eat MORE fish high in Omega3
  • Use MORE olive oil where possible
  • Eat PLENTY of fruit and vegetables
  • Eat NO oranges

Cold is the thing for arthritis

She was prodded and pulled for several weeks, and was advised to lie on a bag of frozen peas for fifteen minutes every day - the opposite of what most people think.

It seems the majority of people reach for heat to ease their pain – but cold is the thing. Cold reduces the inflammation of arthritis, cold takes away the pain of arthritis – cold is king – cold rules, okay!

After a few weeks, she was advised that she would be able to help herself far more than any treatment ever could.

The chiropractor recommended that plenty of exercise and a change of diet could actually cure her arthritis: -

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  • AJ's short stories have been published since 1994 in magazines, summer specials and international competitions, been broadcast on radio and recorded for audio books.

Not a quick fix

It was explained it would NOT be a quick fix. Years of accumulated toxins had to work their way out of the joints. The body would need time to repair itself.

Valerie did as she was told. It took TWO years for her body to heal – but heal it did. A simple change of diet CURED her arthritis.

She has now been cured for twenty years. Twenty years with the pain of arthritis, twenty years without – she knows which she prefers.

It needed patience, and absolutely no cheating, but it was worth it. If YOU have the patience, if YOU can accept there's no such thing as a quick fix and are willing to give up things you might like, then you too can cure arthritis.

It’s been said for years, we ARE what we eat, and it’s so true. I wonder how many other cures can be brought about by changing our diet.


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