Over two million people suffer from arthritis - a seriously debilitat-ing and potentially crippling illness. Now medical science has shown that a change of diet can help certain people. For some, there is a dramatic and lasting improvement in which virtually all symptoms dis-appear. Patients who were once severely disabled by arthritis have now been active and free from pain for as long as twelve years. But with so many diets on offer, which one should you try? And is diet likely to be useful for your particular form of arthritis? Should you take dietary supplements such as fish oils, calcium etc? Are they of any help? Could they cause problems? This is the only book which will answer such questions honestly and fully. Diet and Arthritis looks at different kinds of arthritis and what is known about them. It explains why some diets work for certain arthritic diseases - and why some diets are a waste of time. Authoritative and comprehensive, Diet and Arthritis will help arthritis sufferers everywhere. (1998-07-17)
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Over two million people suffer from arthritis, and medical science has shown that a change of diet can help certain people. This text looks at different kinds of arthritis and what is known about them. It explains why some diets work for certain arthritic diseases, and why some are a waste of time.Book Description:
A comprehensive and authoritative account which show how the right dietary adjustments can make a dramatic difference to many arthritis sufferers. (1998-07-17)
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Book Description Vermilion, 1998. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110091816599