If you're looking for a natural approach to help manage your RA symptoms, then the easiest way to do so is by eating better. Eating an anti-inflammatory diet can help reduce flare-ups and possibly pain.
There are so many toxins and chemicals in the food and drink that we digest, some of which we are unaware of. I think educating yourself about what you're eating and what you're consuming, what you're putting into your body is hugely important.
I'm a huge believer in healing yourself with food. I firmly believe in the fact that you are what you eat. There are certain foods that I might eat that will cause inflammation in my body straight away. If not straight away, then the next day I'll feel it.
Do Your Research
It's very important that you do your research on the types of foods to stay away from if you have rheumatoid arthritis, fried foods, limit your alcohol, limit your salt, and definitely stay away from refined sugar and processed foods.
Really, if you have RA or any inflammatory disease, you need to be eating as cleanly as possible.
You need to be eating food from the earth, food that's not packaged, as fresh as you can get. Focus on buying vegetables, fruits, water, nuts, and beans. You need to be eating things that are overall great for your health to reduce the possibility of inflammation in the body.
Treating RA From the Inside
Medication and drugs will only go so far. Mostly what we're doing there is masking and dampening down the symptoms.
We want to treat the disease from the inside.
Once you treat the disease and clear out the disease, there'll be no need for medication because there'll be no symptoms. So it's important that we eat right, eat healthily, and do the best for ourselves that we possibly can.
I hope this has helped you guys and inspired you guys to eat healthily and eat much cleaner to keep those RA symptoms at bay and keep your flares as infrequent as possible.