posted on May, 21 2012 @ 01:29 PM
I did not read all four pages, so sorry if someone else has already posted this. I read that you cook your own food and try to eat healthy, so I
assume that you already keep your house stocked up with fresh veggies. Other people have also posted about the deterioration of nutritional quality
in GMO and poorly-managed farming. My suggestion is that if you have not already, start buying organic/local food. Preferably your food should be
certified organic by any organization other than just the USDA. Eating raw vegetables is better than eating cooked vegetables, since cooking destroys
enzymes and some nutrition in food. Beyond that the best way to rectify a nutritional deficiency, which arthritis seems to be linked to, is through
fresh vegetable juices, wherein you can provide your body with much more access to nutrition than eating.
I got the following info from Dr. Norman Walker's book, Fresh Vegetable and Fruit Juices:
Arthritis - Inorganic calcium deposits in the cartilage of the joints as a result of eating concentrated carbohydrates in excess.
To dissolve the calcium deposits, drink at least one pint of fresh-squeezed organic grapefruit juice per day.
To ease pain rub the oil of wintergreen on the afflicted joints.
To rebuild and regenerate cartilage, drink one pint of a 50/50 blend of fresh organic celery and carrot juice per day.
Dr. Walker warns that the process of healing the cause of arthritis (rather than just the symptoms) will be painful.
I hope this info is helpful.