Curing rheumatoid arthritis with antioxidants. Is it possible?

I am suffering terribly from rheumatoid arthritis. What actually causes the disease? Can antioxidants cure it completely?

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Unfortunately, there is no "cure" for rheumatoid arthritis...
by: Kristy Russ, BScPharm

I know how crippling rheumatoid arthritis can be, but I'm sorry to say there is no cure.

Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune disease, which means that your body is attacking & destroying its own tissue. The immune system is only supposed to attack foreign things, so something has gone wrong.

Traditional treatments are aimed at suppressing your immune system to slow down the damage. Unfortunately, you end up with many long-term side effects.

Antioxidants are an excellent treatment that not only improves your symptoms but can also slow down the progression of the disease- all with no side effects!!!!

Never stop taking your traditional treatment in favor of a "natural" treatment. Instead, add the natural treatment and you may be able to decrease or stop the traditional medicine altogether.

I have an entire page dedicated to Rheumatoid Arthritis. Click here to learn more about antioxidants and rheumatoid arthritis...


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