What Is the Difference Between Osteoarthritis and Rheumatoid Arthritis? Both OA and RA produce joint pain and inflammation. OA is joint stiffness caused by loss of cartilage between joints due to wear and tear; RA is an autoimmune attack on joints. The Arthritis Foundation (arthritis.org) says there are more than 100 types of arthritis, and it’s the leading cause of disability in America.
CHRIS KRESSER is an author, Paleo expert, and a general fighter for good health, whose Website is chriskresser.com. For your education and personal investigation, here’s what he says about cholesterol and cardiovascular disease.
That’s the advice of naturopathic physician Dr. Michael Murray. “The greatest technology in the university is nature,” he quotes from Sir Arthur Clarke, and adds that “we can build health or destroy our health through the food choices that we are making.”
Human clinical research from respected, peer-reviewed journals reveals that simple dietary changes–like eating sesame paste (tahini) daily–can have huge impacts on risk factors for common deadly diseases. Research studies have shown that sesame seeds are a SUPERFOOD! Food can be curative and may help us finally to put the “war against heart disease” (like the failed “war on cancer”) to rest. Think about it: drugs don’t “cure” disease any more than bullets cure war.
We at Diabetes Relief are helping our patients to maximize the benefits of our patented treatment, and one of the ways is the CurcuminPro® product we offer–the best form on the market. In prior newsletters we have told you of the benefits of curcumin, the source of turmeric, one of the most-studied natural products ever. Here we share eight reasons to use curcumin, from www.greenmedinfo.com, a fantastic site of Dr. Sayer Ji, from an article by Linda Woolven and Ted Snider
Brad Pilon defines “Intermittent Fasting” (“IF”) as a purposeful break from eating. Dr. Edward Group defines it as alternating periods of fasting with periods of eating during the same day. If you think about it, we already do IF, because we fast when we go to sleep and we break that fast when we eat food the next day (unless we’re midnight snackers, which is bad!).