General Health — Five Worst Foods for Arthritis
Free Video Presentation
We all know not to eat cheeseburgers if we want to lose weight. But do you know the five healthy foods that actually make your Arthritis pain worse?
When you think of what to eat for dinner, you probably do not take your Arthritis, aching joints, or throbbing back into account.
But you very well should.
What are the worst foods for arthritis? Certain foods can actually increase the inflammation in your body and actually make it worse. Are you eating any of these foods?
The food you eat can play a major role in how you feel – and that includes your physical aches and pain.
I used to think that Arthritis was something that you only had to worry late in life.
But I’m hearing from more and more friends looking for advice because they are suffering from Arthritis and joint pain at such a young age.
It has a lot to do with the foods they eat.
Even if you do not have Arthritis now, I am sure you want to prevent it. (It is the Number 1 cause of disability.)
And you may know a few people who already have Arthritis, so they will appreciate if you request them to read this blog post.
That is why I want to share this interesting FREE Video presentation in which you will learn:
- About the trouble making vegetable that can make your Arthritis worse.
- The secret switch inside your body that you can flip to help make it start acting like it did when you were 25 years old.
- Which special superfood can actually counteract the damage or arthritis.
Five Worst Foods to Eat if You have Arthritis
That could make your Arthritis worse and make you feel 5 to 10 years older.
Click the link below to watch this video and find out which foods can help you eliminate your arthritis pain.
The information in this video is based on the opinion of Jesse Cannone, CFT, CPRS, MFT, Co-Founder, Healthy Back Institute; and is not intended as medical advice.
The content and information contained in this blog post are for educational purposes only.
All material herein is provided for information only and may not be construed as personal medical advice. No action should be taken based solely on the contents of this information; instead, readers should consult appropriate health professionals on any matter relating to their health and well-being.