People with rheumatoid arthritis are often prescribed pain killers to ease the nonstop discomfort of their condition. Those pain killers can do a good job, but consumers are also interested in natural diet-based remedies.
Many research studies into resveratrol – the natural polyphenol found in grapes and other plants – have found that resveratrol can help to reduce inflammation. It can also help to boost the immune system. After all, resveratrol is a key part of the plant’s immune system.
In an article on Health Central (extract below), a community member called Grant Springs explains how resveratrol helped him to put his arthritis into remission over a six month period.
An extract from the article on Health Central. Please click the image above to read the full review about resveratrol and arthritis.
Resveratrol is being investigated as a treatment for arthritis. Researchers working with rabbits found that resveratrol shut down the production of HLA-DR4 the compound known to lead to joint deterioration in arthritis patients. Could it be true? Had I found a treatment by accident? The answer was an emphatic, yes. The results amazed me and have inspired me to write this article so this information can be shared with others.
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