People ask me all the time, “what is the arthritis cure?” There is a common misconception that arthritis is just part of growing old. The body is designed in a such an amazing way that it regenerates constantly. Billions of cells die and billions are created every day. This means that the blood is only about 120 days old and the skeleton is 12 to 16 months old. The only thing you have in your body that is the same “chronilogical age” as you, are your memories! In my best-selling book, How to Reverse Arthritis Naturally, I go into detail on the simple techniques to reverse any arthritic changes you may have in your body because I understand how the body works. I have also included a four video series that you can access for free in various locations on this site. Just look for the opt-in boxes that appear in the sidebar or in the actual posts itself. (see below)Hybrid Connect Error : Connector could not be found
Is arthritis reversible?
- Absolutely, as long as the joint can move, it regenerates. Movement is the key.
My knees are ‘bone on bone’ so I have to have surgery, right?
- If joint is actually bone on bone it is impossible to move and therefore can’t regenerate. If there is even the slightest bit of movement in a joint, especially the knee joint, it can absolutely regenerate. All you need is movement and proper nutrition.
Isn’t it just part of aging?
- Absolutely not. There is no way that arthritis is from aging. All the studies show that older joints and younger joints are just as viable. It is only the result of trauma.
What’s so bad about NSAIDs?
- They actually BLOCK the building blocks of cartilage which is proteoglycan production. They also decrease the inflammatory response which is how the body repairs itself.
What are your natural remedies?
- See our FREE four part video series for specific details.
What does arthritis even mean?
- Arth- means joint and -itis means inflammation which is inaccurate. It is actually the body reacting to a deficiency, trauma or toxicity in the body.
Is cracking my knuckles bad for me?
- No, it is actually beneficial. A British medical journal did a study that revealed the benefits of cracking your knuckles. Cracking your neck or your back by twisting or turning, however, means there is abnormal joint function with pressure building up and releasing in the joint. That needs to be checked. So cracking your knuckles, as long as you are doing it in both directions with the fingers straight, will create healthy joints.