Lifescript.com, (a health resource for women) was recently introduced to me during a time when I was searching for supporting Holistic Research to help control and slow the progression of my Rheumatoid Arthritis. I’m doing well and consider myself to be healthy. I also often remind myself that my situation could always be much worse. Always. But as I’ve had a bit of consistent pain in a few fingers, I’m well aware of the fact that I need to get serious about an anti-inflammatory diet as I believe in the connections between food, environment, and chronic systemic inflammation.
To be honest, there are times when I’ve wondered what I did to make my body create antibodies that attack my own healthy cells. But in some strange ways, living with autoimmune disorders, including RA, has empowered me to be more conscious of my choices on a daily basis. I regularly get acupuncture, take supplements and tend to my health in other ways. I have to be mindful of my sleep, create time for exercise and connect with supportive friends. Focusing on an anti-inflammatory diet is my next step. And perhaps now I’ve created a way to hold myself accountable.
I’ve found the below articles relating to Rheumatoid Arthritis to be helpful. And please feel free to pass on any information in the comment section if you are so inclined:
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