The modern American diet contains multiple foods that trigger arthritis pain. Today we’re going to look at the 5 most common. But before we talk about these 5 foods that trigger arthritis pain it’s important to understand the cause.
Because once you understand the cause, then you can see how these foods continue to contribute to your pain.
Now there are several types of arthritis. But what is common to all of them is:
Chronic Inflammation and Fibrin!
Chronic inflammation causes pain and damage to your joints and bones. Sometimes this chronic inflammation is caused by your immune system attacking your joints as in rheumatoid arthritis.
Sometimes, like in gout, it is caused by the improper elimination of uric acid. This then inflames the joints, usually in the ankle area, causing inflammation.
And most people center their treatment program on trying to use medications to eliminate the inflammation. All medications do is mask the pain. Some may temporarily reduce the inflammation.
But that method is like trying to put out a forest fire.
On one side are the brave fireman trying dose the flames with water and chemicals. But if you have a forest of dried underbrush and grasses that continue to feed the fire, then your chances for relief diminish.
And, as in a forest fire, there is resulting damage that takes time to heal.
Which brings us to back to you and your arthritis.
Inflammation causes tissue damage. This tissue damage causes our body to treat it as an injury. This results in a tough protein substance called fibrin to be formed as part of the healing process.
However, chronic inflammation causes the body to continue to treat this as an injury. This results in excessive fibrin, which is a contributing factor of arthritis and joint inflammation.
Most people don’t know about this issue. And unless you address both chronic inflammation and fibrin, you’re arthritic pain will continue to increase.
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