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  Diet for Arthritis, Fibromyalgia, Muscle and Skin Problems Diet, even for Gerd, Gastronintestinal and Digestive also helpful for Diabetes

Foods to Avoid:                See food chart

   All colored and green peppers, eggplant, pasta, potatoes, rice, bread, wheat products, corn, tomatoes, all dairy products, oranges, tangerines, grapefruits, glutens.

    Watch for foods that increase acid activity and slow digestion. According the American Gastroenterological Association these include high-fat foods, spicy dishes, tomatoes, mustard, vinegar, citrus fruits, carbonated beverages, peppermint and spearmint, coffee, alcohol and yes, chocolate. Experts say you're likely to see a substantial improvement if you cut out such foods. However, a recent Stanford study found that dietary changes were less effective than medications.

        Gluten is a grain storage protein. Certain glutens, because of their biochemical structure and properties, incite immunologic reactions in people possessing the genes to react to them. Wheat, rye and barley contain the most inciting glutens and must be avoided by gluten sensitive persons. Oats have also been incited as damaging to celiacs and gluten sensitive people since the origin of the research discovering gluten as the cause of celiac disease in the early to mid- 20th century. 

Foods to Eat:    Dark greens, green drinks, berry fruits, apples,  organic apple cider vinegar (every day morning, night, organic 1 oz), comes in tablets, chewables, and liqauid.

Legumes and nuts are very healthy food for anti-aging purposes, again taken in moderation. Whole wheat pasta and breads are off course better than refined pastas and white bread.

Eat more raw and uncooked fruits and vegetables for vitamin, minerals and antioxidants. Eat more cold water fish (salmon, herring, mackerel, albacore tuna) as a consistent source of omega-3 fatty acids. Eat less cooked animal meat to minimize consumption of arachadonic acid, which increases joint inflammation. Drink at least 2-3 quarts of water every day to hydrate the body and keep the cells functioning properly.

Apple Cider Vinegar: Perhaps the most sought after benefit of APPLE CIDER VINEGAR is the quick, easy WEIGHT LOSS it helps promote.  Lots of other reasons to use it too.
 - A Natural Way to achieve Weight Loss.
 - Speed metabolism and curb appetite.
 - Feel Good About Your Body Once Again!

A Natural way to help control inflamation in the joints and bones.
 Since Apple Cider Vinegar naturally helps your body get rid of excess fluids, helps speed up a slow metabolism and helps to "curb" your appetite, this age old product has been "re-discovered" and is now being used by millions to aid them in their weight loss endeavors.
 Apple Cider Vinegar is used by millions because it's one of nature's most nutrient-rich liquids known. It contains a supermarket of nature's goodness. Apple Cider Vinegar also helps maintain healthful blood sugar levels that are already in the normal range in the body.
 Apple Cider Vinegar has many benefits - now, apple cider vinegar is offered in convenient, easy to swallow, TABLETS! Try Apple Cider Vinegar Tablets, they're guaranteed to help you shed those unwanted pounds! Premium Quality, High Potency Tablets. 

Green powdered drink,in powder or capsule form also helps alkalize the body and reduce inflammation.

Good pure, alkalized, ionized water.

Vegan diet alleviates fibromyalgia, arthritis, skin problems and symptoms

K. Kaartinen, K. Lammi, M. Hypen, M. Nenonen, O. Hänninen, A.-L. Rauma

A1 Department of Physiology, University of Kuopio, P.O. Box 1627, FI-70211 Kuopio, Finland


The effect of a strict, low-salt, uncooked vegan diet rich in lactobacteria on symptoms in 18 fibromyalgia patients during and after a 3-month intervention period in an open, non-randomized controlled study was evaluated. As control 15 patients continued their omnivorous diet. The groups did not differ significantly from each other in the beginning of the study in any other parameters except in pain and urine sodium. The results revealed significant improvements in Visual analogue scale of pain (VAS) (p=0.005), joint stiffness (p=0.001), quality of sleep (p=0.0001), Health assessment questionnaire (HAQ) (p=0.031), General health questionnaire (GHQ) (p=0.021), and a rheumatologist's own questionnaire (p=0.038). The majority of patients were overweight to some extent at the beginning of the study and shifting to a vegan food caused a significant reduction in body mass index (BMI) (p=0.0001). Total serum cholesterol showed a statistically significant lowering (p=0.003). Urine sodium dropped to 1/3 of the beginning values (p=0.0001) indicating good diet compliance. It can be concluded that vegan diet had beneficial effects on fibromyalgia symptoms at least in the short run.

Choosing natural methods for detoxifying the body is one of the best things you can do to help ward off the symptoms of fibromyalgia and arthritis. If you’re looking to give your body’s natural detoxification processes an extra boost, consider adding a natural  Liver Cleanse  to your routine. The liver is one of the body’s main detox organs; when it becomes overloaded with toxins, it is unable to function properly – further compromising your immune system.

 Products May Help Alleviate fibromyalgia, arthritis, immune system disorders.


(Aloe)vera -  detoxing, cleansing and digestion


Cilantro, Spirulina, Blue Green Algae

Green  powder- alkalizing

Omega 3 - Essential Fatty Acids

Antioxidants and Multi Vitamins

Alkalize your Body

Alkalizing foods Chart

Alkalizing and Candida

Alkalize/ Acid balance


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