Spicy Secret BEATS Arthritis
If you have arthritis, you already know how the pain really wrecks your quality of life.
Like the aching in your fingers that makes knitting impossible.
Or the stiffness in your knees that keeps you from playing on the floor with your grandchildren.
The bad news is that there is no cure. And mainstream options are downright DANGEROUS.
But the good news? There are some tasty spices that can get you back to doing the things you love.
And they might be in your kitchen right now.
We typically use spices to enhance our food. But a number of them can go a long way toward enhancing your quality of life.
Studies have shown that many spices contain anti-inflammatory properties that make them especially useful for people with arthritis.
The first is the spice ginger.
Ginger gets to the heart of arthritis by combatting inflammation at the cellular level.
Studies show that ginger reduces pain and stiffness in knee osteoarthritis patients by 40%.
With Christmas right around the corner, there’s no shortage of ginger products. But gingerbread lattes, cookies, and houses won’t help you with your arthritis pain.
To get the full benefits, you’ve got to get it from the real thing.
Cinnamon is another seasonal spice that can do wonders for arthritis. Studies show that it has anti-inflammatory properties that can help reduce swelling.
Cayenne pepper and garlic also contain potent anti-inflammatory compounds.
But no discussion of anti-inflammatories would be complete without mentioning the mother of them all: turmeric.
Turmeric is the yellow spice most often associated with Indian food. It contains a compound called curcumin that is one of the most powerful, well-studied natural anti-inflammatories.
Curcumin BLOCKS the source of inflammation in your body, resulting in reduced pain and swelling.
Studies show that supplementing with turmeric produces long-term improvements in people with knee osteoarthritis.
To get the most benefit from turmeric, you should take it with black pepper because it helps the body absorb it better.
But black pepper has its own anti-inflammatory benefits, making it a potent two-for-one.
To a brighter day,
Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
Written By Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
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