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I have found out some new information on arthritis. Dr. Llaila O. Afrika has stressed that:

Arthritis sufferers should NOT COMBINE foods that blocks calcium absorption such as spinach, greens, kale, romaine lettuce, etc. (they contain chlorophyll which blocks calcium absorption). Eat your green leafy vegetables with foods that are low in calcium.

Do NOT eat sweet foods after 2:00 P.M. (a small piece of fruit is okay but avoid pies, cookies, candy, and cakes).

He also states that arthritis is caused by crystallized toxic waste from a constipating diet and earth mineral deposits in the joints. The presence of arthritis can mean that the body is not dissolving and flushing out water deposits of toxins or earth minerals. These deposits also collect in the tissues and muscles. Arthritis is waste in the bone joints while rheumatism is waste in the muscles. Both can be from constipation caused by poor diets.

Foods that help are raw potatoes (grated in salads), carrots, cherry juice, celery, aloe vera, pineapple, red beets, yucca, kiwi, grape leaves.

Herbs that he recommends are Cats Claw, burdock, orris, slippery elm, bladderwrack, devil's claw, buckthorn, poke berries, chapparal, sassafras, ragwort, peppermint, cornsilk.

As always, exercise is vitally important to recovery so walk everyday if you can't do any other kind of exercise.

Have a great day and a better tomorrow!




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You can overcome arthritis permanently without drugs or surgery



WE HAVE BEEN MISLED!

The food and drug industries continue to bombard us with false and misleading messages about processed foods and drugs. Using television, radio, newspaper, magazine, and other media, large food and drug organizations are relentless in their pursuit of our dollars. Fast food, cereal, cookies, pizza, beer and wine, other large manufacturers of process foods send messages twenty four seven to get the dollars out of our pockets and putting them in their pockets. They put money before your health.

ARTHRITIS

Arthritis is a disease reaction and a symptom of a disease. It is an inflammation caused by crystallized toxic waste from a constipating diet and earth mineral deposits in the joints. The presence of arthritis can mean that the body is not dissolving and flushing out deposits of toxins or earth minerals. The waste deposits can collect in the tissues and muscles. The body immobilizes (stops) any part of the body that needs repairs. For example, a sprained wrist becomes stiff and a strained muscle becomes stiff (called natures cast). An injured part of the body remains sore or stiff until it is repaired. If repairs are not made then that part becomes permanently stiff (calcified) or immobilized. The crystallized waste in the joints and/or tissue can rub against each other causing inflammation. Arthritis is waste in the bone joints while rheumatism is waste in the muscles.

One In Every 250 African-American Women Have Lupus

What is lupus? How does it feel? Ask the one in 250 African-American women who have the disease and they'll probably all say something different. Many people with lupus feel tired, experience joint aches and pains, loss of hair, scarring skin lesions, while others may develop complications with involvement of the kidneys or central nervous system. The symptoms can be persistent or intermittent, and the devastating reality is that many women don't even know they have the disease. Lupus, an autoimmune disease in which antibodies react against the body's own tissue, affects nearly 250,000 Americans. The arthritis-related disease is a chronic and sometimes life threatening disease that occurs in one of three forms: discoid lupus, which affects the skin; drug- induced lupus, which occurs because of a reaction to one or more drugs and usually disappears when the person stops taking the drug; and systemic lupus erythematosus (or SLE), which involves the skin, joints, kidneys, nervous system, lungs, heart and/or other organs.

According to the Arthritis Foundation, 90 percent of lupus patients are women and a large majority of those women are African-American. Studies suggest that there is an inherited tendency to get lupus. However, the disease overwhelmingly affects women and most commonly affects them in their childbearing years ages 15 to 45.

"As it stands, research hasn't uncovered why lupus affects African-Americans three times more than their Caucasian counterparts," said John H. Klippel, M.D., medical director for the Arthritis Foundation. "What we do know is that a large number of women aren't aware they're living with the disease."

"Two hundred and fifty thousand people have been diagnosed with lupus, and early detection and treatment of the disease is the first step toward coping with the disease," said Dr. Klippel. "If someone thinks they may have the disease, it's more important for them to first speak with their primary care physician, who will often refer them to a rheumatologist for a more accurate diagnosis and appropriate treatment."

The Arthritis Foundation wants women, especially African-American women, to be aware of the common signs of lupus and to visit their physician if they experience four or more of the usual lupus symptoms.

Older African Americans experience challenges with osteoarthritis
Tampa, Fla. (Jan. 5, 2005)†In a review published in Ethnicity & Disease (Vol. 14, 2004), Tamara Baker, an assistant professor at the University of South Florida's School of Aging Studies and her colleague, Kelli Dominick (Duke University), found that older African-Americans have especially high rates of osteoarthritis (OA), suffer from arthritis-related pain and physical limitations than older whites, and are more likely than their white counterparts to be under-treated for arthritis pain and disability.

In their review, Baker and Dominick found that:

African American women experience a higher prevalence of knee OA (osteoarthritis) than white women.

African American men are more likely to be diagnosed with hip OA than white men.

*African Americans experience greater pain severity than their white counterparts.
*African Americans were more likely than whites to report some activity limitation.
*African Americans more often ranked arthritis as the primary cause of physical limitation.
*African-Americans were less likely than whites to see a physician for OA- related symptoms.
*African-Americans were less likely than whites to have a total knee or hip replacement.

"Racial differences in arthritis-related pain, impairment, and health care are not completely understood, but they likely result from not only biological and physical factors, but also social, environmental, and cultural dimensions," Baker said.

The researchers found that arthritis symptoms can be affected by work-related strains and patterns of exercise. Cultural expectations suggest that many older African Americans are potentially more likely to attribute arthritis pain to "old age" and not pursue medical treatment. Economic factors and availability of transportation also may contribute to differences in seeking care for arthritis.


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Avoid shade plants because they block calcium absorption.


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ORGANIC Pineapple should be added to this list!

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