This Drink Ups Your Arthritis Risk 164% (SHOCKING!)
You’ve probably been told that rheumatoid arthritis is incurable.
And that’s not too far from the truth.
Sure, the mainstream will have you taking risky drugs for the rest of your life to stay on top of the pain and joint degeneration that go along with the condition.
So, your best bet is to NEVER get rheumatoid arthritis in the first place.
Fortunately, there’s an easy way to do that.
All you have to do is give up a certain drink that can UP your rheumatoid arthritis risk by a WHOPPING 164%.
Even better? If you already have the disease, this same easy fix can make your symptoms practically disappear.
No drugs necessary.
This study looked at over 180,000 people who were involved in two major studies (the Nurse’s Health Study and the NHS II).
They identified one major culprit that dramatically increased the risk of developing rheumatoid arthritis: sugar-sweetened soda.
In other words… any kind of soft drink.
Compared to women who drank just one soda per month, those drinking one-a-day had a 63% increased risk of developing rheumatoid arthritis.
And for the women who developed RA after age 55? Drinking one soda per day increased their risk of RA by a whopping 164%!
But sugar isn’t just a factor in your risk of developing arthritis… it can also make your condition much worse if you already have it.
You see, rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune condition characterized by joint inflammation and pain. Anything that causes even more inflammation in your body is only throwing fuel on the fire.
And there’s not much that causes more inflammation than sugar.
Other foods you can cut back on to improve your symptoms include dairy, gluten, and possibly even coffee.
Many people have sensitivities to these foods—which causes even more inflammation in your body. Try cutting one (or all) of them out of your diet and see if it makes a difference.
I’m tired of the standard of care for rheumatoid arthritis (or any condition, for that matter) being dangerous prescription drugs.
All too often our lifestyle can either prevent or treat what’s ailing us. But of course, there’s no money to be made on that.