Discussion in 'General Health & Wellness' started by ameilie73, Mar 26, 2013.
What supplements do people take for rhematoid arthritis?
I'm not following you around.
I'm just trying to help you.
If you don't get answers here,
just post the same question on the cfs/fibro board,
and put the topic name,
I don't have RA, so can't suggest about that.
Lol, no didnt think you were following me, we're just on internet at the same time. Although the concept is very funny.
I usually stick to united kingdom sites but figured america would be far more knowledgable in research. Do you have fibromyalgia Leah? That is a name ive not heard of, is it american?
there is a group in the U.S., The Roadback Foundation whose members mostly deal with RA, Sclerderma, Lupus, Lyme etc...I deal with OA and take ALL supps for the OA issues.
My latest supp is Anatabloc which you can find on the net and people are saying those with RA are getting help with it.
It works on inflammation and a person commented on his Lupus and Anatabloc and getting relief..
I don't know anyone personally with RA who takes Anatabloc so can't comment further....
It's all about inflammation and that is RA = autoimmune disease....
You may want to do some research on Curcumin.
I remember reading that it was found to be more effective than a prescription arthritis medication.
Maybe you can search Pubmed for studies on it, and also search the Natural News site.
The Prohealth Store sells great supplements and other products. Just click on "Shop Products" at the top left of the page if you would like to check it out.
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It's nice to see that you are still here visiting us, Ameilie,
some people only come for one day and leave without us knowing why.
That's okay, but nice to see you again.
Leah is fairly common in America, for anyone who just likes the name.
For me, It is of Hebrew/Jewish descent.
And some Christians might also like it from the Bible.
I think. Less sure of that.
Freida, is also liked by many people, but for me, again, many Jews were named it. From Eastern Europe.
I wondered about your name too. Is it French or Spanish origin? Or old English?
We have a nice group of different backgrounds of people all over this site,
on any of the boards you and I follow eachother about, LOL
I'm glad you saw my humor in that!
As well as the reassurance.
I need humor and company, is the biggest reason I am here, with my very limiting disability, and lack of mobility, which includes extreme ME, and fibro, and....
See you again!
P.S. I did think that a lot of the U.K. research has focussed on theories of phsycology reasons, but there is a LOT of research in U.S> and other countries on physical possible causes and results from ME or CFS or fibro.
This site has a research section which is very good!!
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But i spell it Ameile, but when i signed in i hit another "i" and through fear of making anymore mistakes i left it. I was taught some french at school, had a french pen friend, the town i live in is tied to a french one so in the summertime the french students use to come in the shop i was working in at the time and i use to practice it that way to. but as an adult i took spanish classes, i am rusty, need my dictionary to hand. But theres always the translators online, i remembered that after working out what Pilar was saying on the other board. I like to be able to bridge that gap, wish i'd used it more so it sunk in better. Thats the good thing about being in the country,
When i was in spain i used it, they appreciate the effort even if you do gets things wrong, i learnt a little greek to, you know basic stuff to get by with, mainly things like i am allergic to.. Blah blah blah To stop me spending my entire holiday in the bathroom! ;-)
i went nightschool to learn sign language to.
Haven't been abroad since being sick though.
The Jewish religion is in my family history too.
Maybe people do stay but their lost in the world of "ignoring themselves" like me, lol
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I enjoyed reading your friendly response. Thanks for the sharing!
And you gave me another smile and laugh, about those we don't see, maybe they can't see themselves either,
since we can ignore ourselves, by mistake, on this mysterious board! LOL
See you again,
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