1 – Arthritis Vitamins

The inflammatory process that occurs when a person is struggling with arthritis changes the lining of the intestines therefore reducing the absorption of some nutrients while increasing the need for day-to-day nutrient requirements. Nutrition is further consumed if an individual has actually been on long term medication therapy. When an arthritis client is malnourished, joint discomfort and tightness increases. The condition improves with dietary consumption of calcium, selenium, zinc, and vitamin E. Selenium and zinc’s antioxidant nutrients might also work …

1 – What Causes Rheumatoid Arthritis

Rheumatoid Arthritis is an autoimmune disease; this means that your immune system attacks other parts of your body resulting to redness, pain, swelling or a hot feeling in the lining of a joint, the place where two or more bones come together. This redness, pain, swelling and heat around the joint is called inflammation. The inflammation may also affect other internal organs such as the eyes, lungs or heart, but the most common places are the hands or feet. The …