Friday, November 25, 2011

Five Ways to Manage Arthritis Naturally

Imagine our excitement, when a friend who had worn steel braces on her legs, and bandages on her arms, to cope with Rheumatoid Arthritis, was able to set them all aside.

Then, another friend who had been bedridden every day with the same disease, and who could just manage to hobble into French class with me once a week, now danced at her son's wedding.

How can this change in pain and lifestyle happen?  Can it happen for others with RA?  Our two friends had been taking a variety of medications to ease their pain.  Then they added specific nutrients, and eventually could lower or eliminate their drugs:

1.  The first change, was to embrace optimal supplementation with the USANA Essentials (the vitamins and minerals awarded the Editor's Choice out of 1500 supplements in North America.  See The Comparative Guide to Nutritional Supplements by Lyle MacWilliam)

2.  Add Proflavanol 100  Grapeseed Extract with Vitamin C, a powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant.  BiOmega supplies the Omega 3 fatty acids, which like with the "tin man" in the Wizard of Oz, oils your joints.

3.  Eat 5 - 10 fresh vegetables a day to get a diet of antioxidants and anti-imflammatory nutrients.

4.  Keep to the normal weight for your height.  The USANA Nutrimeals and Nutitional Bars can be substituted for meals and snacks to keep your sugar levels and calories in check.  If you need to detox and jump start your weight management program, enjoy the USANA RESET five day program.

5.  Light exercise, even if it's a slow walk, a swim or weight lifting with cans of soup.

There is definitely hope and promise for life with RA, especially when you adopt the USANA supplements on a daily basis.  This was the very best gift I could give to these two friends, who are still benefiting 16 years later.

Deanna and Dave Waters
USANA Global Leaders
1-888-320-8250 toll-free call for further information
www.thewatersedge.com   thewatersedge@shaw.ca
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