Feb 22, 2009
What you put in your mouth has a great deal to do with your arthritis. Eat the wrong kinds of foods and you are sure to suffer from the consequences of your actions. Eat the right kinds of foods and you’ll be spared from the pain. There’s just no getting around it – your diet can determine your fate! To help you in dealing with your problem, here is a list of some of the foods that can be your ally in your fight against arthritis.
“The prime object of natural healing is to give the principle of life the line of least resistance, that is may enable man the most abundant health” Dr Benedict Lust
Provided by nature, locked in the cells of plants are pure liquids that have definite therapeutic value. As with herbs contain beneficial powers, so does juices from plants and vegetables. With no toxicities and more potent then drugs, juicing can eradicate or avert many of the chronic and degenerative diseases from which individual are afflicted.
Use fruit juices to naturally cleanse your system, and vegetable juices to restore and rebuild your body.
Vitamin E juice from spinach, watercress, lettuce, celery, parsley, turnip leaves, wheat germ oil.
Calcium juice from turnip leaves, cabbage, lemons, limes, onions, oranges, rhubarb, spinach, cranberries, gooseberries, grapes, lettuce, plums, asparagus, cucumbers, peaches, radishes, celery, swiss chard, carrots, sauerkraut, lima beans, cauliflower, currants, kale, kohlrabi.
Magnesium juice from oranges, lemons, grapefruit, tangerines, limes, plums, spinach, dandelion leaves, mustard greens, lettuce, apples, grapes, savoy cabbage, pomegranates, sugar beets tops, cherries, corn, peaches, pears.
Mangosteen xanthones are powerful Cox-1 and Cox-2 inhibitors without affecting blood clotting or damaging the stumach lining ( Mangosteen shuts off the production of Cox-2 at the level of the gene. Therefore, no enzymatic reactions involed in the product of inflammatory mediators even take place.), to reduce the pain and inflammation related to acute, and block chronic imflammation brought on by improper diet (such as arthritises) allowing the consumption of mangosteen juice to tackle the condition with much less severity, possible reversal of symptoms
In most types of arthritis, the mangosteen phytonutrients (xantones, catechins, and proanthocyanidints) appear to be of use to the body in damping chronic inflammation, protecting against free radical damage, and reducing pain. These are the results that many patients using the fruit frequently report.