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Beat Arthritis Naturally: Supercharge your health with 65 recipes and lifestyle tips from Arthritis Foodie Kindle Edition
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Are you looking for natural remedies to help manage your arthritis symptoms?
Emily Johnson, the founder of Arthritis Foodie, has written the ultimate guide to living well with arthritis. After a five year battle with the condition, Emily embarked on a journey of healing - with food, exercise and healthy living - and now with her debut book she puts us on the path to taking back control of our own bodies.
Beat Arthritis Naturally shares Emily's top tips and tricks for managing symptoms, along with quick exercise sequences and delicious recipes made with unprocessed whole foods, such as Cajun Salmon Burgers, Warming Parsnip Soup and Bright Blueberry Muffins.
Emily delves into a variety of topics to help you naturally feel better, including:
- Healthy delicious recipes
- Key anti-inflammatory foods and potential inflammatory foods
- Pain management
- The importance of sleep
- Mindset and how to think more positively
Combining Emily's own challenges with seronegative arthritis and backed-up expert advice from leading therapists and rheumatologists, Beat Arthritis Naturally will give you the confidence you need to live a healthier and happier life.
'Emily has compiled a fantastic book full of useful and scientifically robust information about how lifestyle and food can help with this debilitating group of conditions. Most people resort to medications alone, when actually we know just how impactful lifestyle can be. Emily is banging the drum for arthritis patients everywhere and this is a must read for anyone suffering alone and looking to improve their wellbeing holistically.' - Dr Rupy Aujla, MBBS, BSc, MRCGP, Founder Doctor's Kitchen
From the Publisher
- ASIN : B08HMNKVPG
- Publisher : Yellow Kite (13 May 2021)
- Language : English
- File size : 1082 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Not Enabled
- Print length : 314 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 345,019 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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As someone who got diagnosed at 17 and has been living with this condition for half of their life now, I can confirm that Emily speaks the truth. I too am still on medication, but I managed to go a whole year without any medication at all recently! (Mostly because I felt like I was out of touch with my body after having been on drugs constantly for so long).
The thing with RA is you have to have the right attitude, and to want to look after yourself. A holistic approach was severely lacking when I first got diagnosed, but I naturally found myself taking this approach - it really is important to exercise as much as possible to maintain muscle strength. I like to do open water swimming because I can then practice the mindfulness side of things at the same time and enjoy being in nature (which is so good for our wellbeing). My diet is something I am still working on as I have many food issues still to work through from my childhood but I am slowly making progress, and hope that the recipes in this book will help me to make even more progress.
This is definitely the book I wish had been published when I first got diagnosed as it could have taken years off of my own trials. Don't take my word for it, just buy the book and read it yourself and if you don't believe what Emily is saying, go to the sources that she has very kindly listed at the back of the book for anyone interested in further reading!
I was told I have OA in my late 20s and it has been very isolating. I had to retire from rugby and lost a large part of my social group.
This was the first time I have heard someone else speak about the emotional as well as the physical impact arthritis has.
It was well researched and it has given me some strategies to move forward with.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 26 May 2021