Joint Inflammation

 Joint Inflammation Varieties

Joint Inflammation 3d rendered medical illustration - Painful joints arthritis / ID 30727728 © Sebastian Kaulitzki |

Some examples of joint inflammation include arthritis, osteoarthritis, psoriatic arthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, and gout. Arthritis is a devastating degenerative disease of the joints. Arthritis is a toxic condition brought on by dietary abuse. Most cases of arthritis are reversible through an aggressive program of nutritional supplementation and proper diet.


Osteoarthritis afflicts countless millions of people worldwide, including more than 50 million Americans.


Men are more likely to suffer from osteoarthritis than women up to the age of 45, perhaps because men tend to engage in more strenuous physical activities. From age 45 to 55, however, men and women begin to suffer equally, while women are more likely to be victims after the age of 55. Not only is osteoarthritis more frequent in women age 55 or older, but it is also more severe. Millions of women of all ages have osteoarthritis and are affected twice as often as men.

Rheumatoid Arthritis/Rheumatism

Bones of foot normal and rheumatoid arthritic sore joints, top view. Rheumatoid arthritis / ID 134436090 © Iryna Dviliuk |

Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) is a chronic, systemic, inflammatory disease that chiefly affects the synovial membranes of multiple joints in the body. Because the disease is systemic, there are many extra-articular features of the disease as well. The disease is considered an autoimmune disease that is acquired and in which genetic factors appear to play a role.

Rheumatoid Arthritis can affect many joints

Rheumatoid Arthritis can affect many joints in the body, including the knee, ankle, elbow, wrist, fingers, and toes. Joint inflammation and pain that are actively involved with the disease are usually tender, swollen, and likely to demonstrate reduced motion. The “orthodox” treatment is aimed at relieving symptoms, not the actual root of the problem -(i.e: aspirin, gold shots, steroids); they make claims but statistics show that 75% of rheumatoid arthritis patients improve in the first year without any treatment at all. ( up to 10% are disfigured and disabled despite suggested “orthodox” therapy ).


Gout, a type of arthritis caused by urate crystals forming in the joints, was traditionally associated with high living and a rich diet. Urates are salts of uric acid, the byproduct of a group of chemicals in our DNA and RNA called purines. Purines are found in foods containing high levels of protein, especially meats. Foods that contain carbohydrates or fat contain proportionately less purine.

Nutritional Supplements

Our approach to healing the effects of arthritis and causes of joint inflammation includes a combination of two nutritional supplements called glucosamine (GLU-COSE-A-MINE) and chondroitin (CON-DROY-TIN) sulfates. Both glucosamine and chondroitin are available without a prescription. Since they are substances we already consume and produce in very small quantities in our bodies, glucosamine, and chondroitin sulfates have no known significant side effects. Glucosamine and chondroitin sulfate “jump-start” the production of these key elements of the cartilage matrix, and then protect them. They can help your body repair joint inflammation and pain damaged or eroded cartilage. In other words, glucosamine and chondroitin sulfates strengthen your body’s natural repair mechanisms. They can replace what your body fails to make.

This solution to arthritis

This has been addressed in the book THE ARTHRITIS CURE, By Jason Theodaasakis, MD. Dr. Theodosakis, claims that in 95 percent of cases, his arthritis cure not only stops pain and deterioration but rebuilds cartilage! His plan: two nutrients, Glucosamine and Chondroitin sulfates, that are available without a prescription. As Dr. Theodosakis explains, the nutrients stimulate the production of new cartilage cells and reduce the action of enzymes that harm cartilage.

The nutritional products are known to assist chronic, systemic, and joint Inflammation:

  • Essential Fatty Acids: Fish oil
  • Vitamin C
  • Vitamin E

The content provided here is meant for general educational purposes only and is not intended as a substitute for consultation with your physician or another healthcare professional. The materials presented are not intended as medical advice. If you have or think you have, a medical problem or symptom, please consult a qualified physician.

The information provided here is simply an encouragement for you to heal yourself. The approach that you desire to make in solving your problem naturally is the right energy. You know your body better than anyone, just trust the natural intelligence of your body when you are working with alternative energies, supplements, and herbs.

Contact Information:

Debbie Allen, Functional Nutritionist
Ph: 319-208-1929


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