Diet & Rheumatoid Arthritis

Diet & Rheumatoid Arthritis


“Diet & Rheumatoid Arthritis” Rheumatoid arthritis can be
a disfiguring condition. The treatment often involves
some of our most toxic drugs — steroids, chemotherapy agents,
thalidomide. We’ve known for ten years that meat
consumption may play a major role, based on this kind of data,
where it appears the more meat populations eat, the higher
their prevalence of the disease. And so, eating vegetarian
may reduce our chances of getting rheumatoid arthritis. But once you already have it,
does it matter what you eat? Vegetarian diets can be
used to successfully treat rheumatoid arthritis:
fact for fiction? Fact; nearly every study ever
published on the matter has shown that vegetarian diets can indeed be
used to successfully treat the disease. Some tested vegetarian diets with or
without fasting; some tested vegan diets; some tested raw vegan diets; some
even used gluten-free raw vegan diets. The one thing they all shared in common
was that they were all vegetarian, and that they all worked. The only really remaining
question is why? Is rheumatoid arthritis an autoimmune
meat-induced joint attack? Or, are the meat proteins themselves
involved in attacking the joints? This is from earlier this year;
a case report of a woman eating eggs, dairy, and meat with joint inflammation
so bad she was on chemo and steroids — until she stopped ingesting
animal products, and her symptoms disappeared
when she just ate plant proteins. She could turn on and off her
disease like a light switch. It even says how she ate meat the night
before her doctor’s appointment, just to show the doctor that
she really did have bad arthritis. When susceptible people put all these
foreign animal proteins in their body, one of two things may happen. When we nibble on the cartilage
at the end of a chicken’s leg, our immune system may react to these
foreign cartilage proteins by producing anti-cartilage
antibodies that may get confused, and start attacking our own cartilage. That’s what they mean by
meat-induced joint attack. The other possibility is that even
if there are no cross-reactivity confusions, the immune complexes
formed by the meat proteins and our antibodies may migrate into our
joints and trigger inflammation that way. It’s actually interesting how they’re
doing some of these experiments. When scientists want to know if
someone’s truly reacting to animal protein, they can’t just give
them bacon and eggs and ask how they’re feeling, because you have to have a
placebo control to compare the food to. And people are going to know if they’re
eating bacon and eggs or a sugar pill. So, how do you get food into somebody
in a way that bypasses the taste buds? You stick it up their butt:
“…reactivity after [a] rectal [food] challenge in patients
with rheumatoid arthritis.” Again, don’t try this at home.

34 Comments

  • Andy Vegan says:

    very impressive! Veganism is our future. It's so clear to me.

  • Chickpea the Tortie says:

    Interestingly I have got RA albeit only mild. I've been veggie since childhood and vegan for 20 years. I do not know about RA and meat eating as I do not eat the stuff but I have found that coffee, strawberries, raspberries and cocoa will be bring on an attack. I have the hereditary type. My father was totally crippled by it. Mine is manageable and I don't take the drugs for it – just pain killers

  • Chickpea the Tortie says:

    I wish I was young we would get on well together

  • Jay M says:

    Your immune system can start attacking your own tissues (joints, nerves, gut, thyroid, etc) for various reasons.
    Shifting to a low-fat, whole plant-based diet as much as possible is helpful because:
    1) It reduces proteins that can match with your bodies tissues.
    2) It provides anti-inflammatory phyto-chemicals to suppress pathogens and the immune system.
    3) It provides antioxidants to reduce damage from immune system's attacks.

    Mine is just starting and deviating from a vegan diet by including dairy triggers inflammation.
    A leaky gut and persistent pathogens (possibly in a biofilm) may be involved.
    To reduce the risk of an auto-immune condition, avoiding processed foods
    and products derived from animals grown in unnatural conditions requiring the use of antibiotics which breeds super bugs.

  • riccia888 says:

    Just beware guys peanut butter cause arthritis. any kind of peanuts.

  • riccia888 says:

    by the way watch out for broccoli it can cause arthritis as well.

  • مراد الجزائري says:

    I'm not sure but ,if anyone else needs to find out about
    herbal remedy for arthritis
    try Knewreck Arthritis Treatment Guide (just google it ) ? Ive heard some decent things about it and my brother in law got excellent success with it.

  • G Tron says:

    holy crap! Ya know, I've worked in health care my whole adult life and it seriously makes we want to PUKE when I think about all the false medical information the schools indoctrinate their students with! It's just a sad flippin' shame!

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  • Anna Anna says:

    Any thoughts on the so called auto immune protocol diet "AIP"? It happens to be paleo, but other than including animal foods, it advocates a diet devoid of certain foods as they are said to trigger auto immune disease. they exclude legumes, nuts seeds, all grains, rice, corn, nightshades, coffee, cocoa, alcohol, sugar etc. I wonder if there is any truth in that legumes and gluten free grains causes, triggers or worsens auto immunity. I wish it is all bogus so that all can eat legumes and be well.

  • gorilla twist says:

    FACT it does Matter what you eat– I have done this my whole life– I would stay away from Starbucks and coffee and SUGAR, and dairy along with Wheat, and anything processed or preserved. Chicken and broth is good.

  • Nitsan Simantov says:

    great video.
    lol at the end 😀

  • Judy FIELDS DAVIS says:

    Thank you so much!

  • fanny Bryce says:

    Cure you RA with a vegetarian diet, truth !! its a food allergic reaction ! plant protiens all tge way , you can heal your body!

  • Harry says:

    I got this, but why do a lot of health professionals and some well known dr's on YT stand by using chicken/beef bone broth to heal arthritis? It's confusing.

  • Denali Hill says:

    I realized this arthritis treatment method “Rοngοdο Ruzο” (Google it) had been working. The arthritic discomfort on my feet has practically disappeared. I would suggest patients of arthritis or tendonitis to make use of this treatment method. You simply need to follow the instructions and it will work miracles for you personally!

  • Future Russell says:

    This arthritis treatment method “Rοngοdο Ruzο” (Google it) is a superb product. I`ve got a fractured spine, hip dysplasia & acute arthritis in both hips. It also works great in my foot big toe knuckle which hurts in the winter and from wearing smaller width shoes. You name an item for this, I may have already tried out it. It is certainly difficult to find some thing to assist with the hips.

  • rocky says:

    I'm not sure but ,if anyone else wants to discover what cause arthritis try Magonsi Home Joints Expert (Have a quick look on google cant remember the place now ) ? Ive heard some super things about it and my m8 got great results with it.

  • Abhishek kumar says:

    interesting points ,if anyone else wants to learn about relief for joint pain try Magonsi Pain Ease Expert ( search on google ) ? Ive heard some extraordinary things about it and my mate got excellent results with it.

  • Louise Louise says:

    maybe you can help me out here or anyone else here who may have any insight- im 26, just gave birth to my first biological child and almost immediately after having my baby i got RA. Ive been over 6 months now and im so confused as to what i could do to help the pain because ive been vegan for two years now. i do consume sugar here and there so im thinking maybe cutting that out completely may help but what else can i do before taking a prescription? thank you.

    oh, also, i considered wearing baltic amber jewelry, good idea or no?

  • The Gel says:

    Blessings to you.

  • Autumn Blues says:

    Okay okay, everyone says don't eat sugar, dairy, nightshades, gluten, now meat? So….eat water?

  • Louise M-D says:

    animal uric acid inflammation in joints n muscles,sweets also

  • Louise M-D says:

    vegans need to avoid some legumes,my finger joint gets red n grows when I eat peanuts n green lentils

  • rick oddon says:

    im going thru a bad and depressing divorce, i took prednisone, worked great, started having chicken winds/bread stick, pizza, in in 4 days, it didnt work anymore. i KNOW the food did this. I'm back on plant based

  • Anita Carter says:

    In my opinion, I think different things work for different people… Honestly it sounds like a lot of confusion but whatever works for you!! 🤷🏻‍♀️✅

  • Anita Carter says:

    🚫CUT OUT SUGAR ‼️‼️‼️‼️‼️‼️

  • Hipolito Conception says:

    some one help i have bad arthritis .can someone make me a vegen diet menu please help

  • C Man says:

    Sticking to the autoimmune protocol diet makes pain and burning stop. That diet allows meat.

  • Maggie Ensley says:

    And the winner for most annoying voice goes to…..lol🤣

  • Master Aaron says:

    Good propaganda.

  • HAL 9000 says:

    I know animal products in general contribute to inflammation in general because I have muscle spasms and inflammatory response to bone spurs in my vertebrae when eating it on a consistent basis. However, I do not get RA from animal products in general, it is ONLY when I eat anything to do with cow milk, namely milk and cheese do I get pains (mainly in finger and knee joints) so bad even over the counter meds don't work. I stop the dairy consumption and it COMPLETELY disappears permanently.

    I still don't know whether this is the protein I'm allergic to but since there are people out there with soy, nut and gluten allergies (all high protein sources) I'm gonna go with that still.

  • Lis Engel says:

    Amazing info and optimistic – just strange that it is not a knowledge that you hear from your normal doctor ……

  • L Heise says:

    Must be the cheese, and yogurt, because I don’t eat meat.

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