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    Osteoarthritis

    Hi I've just been diagnosed with osteoarthritis. My hands are very painful. My left hip is terribly painful but only at night in my bed?! Last nite was the worst ever. Woke up in so much pain in hip, lower back, knees Anyone found particular foods or supplements help. Don't want to take painkillers as they are making me feel really queasy. Any help greatly appreciated x


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    Because I knit and I'm a cleaner I use my hands a lot and use to get it terribly in them.Since changing my way of eating I don't feel it so much now.

    If you don't want to take painkillers( I refuse all medicines unless it's the last resort) then you need to take some time and do some research on it.Cutting out certain foods my help.
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    Thanks I am making a real effort to watch what I am eating as I'm sure that is aggravating it. Also I have upped my water intake & last night I had a much better sleep.


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    Have you tried the MSM aloe Vera drink? MSM is often used to treat a wide range of specific conditions including Osteoarthritis! Hope your getting better or at least having a better sleep
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    I have arthritis, duphrens disease(fingers curl) and a severe weak wrist (broken several times in a short period of time) I'm only 31, I'm not going to let it beat me. I'm determined to fight the pain and loose the weight I want.
    I'm used to pain so s bit more won't hurt. That what I think anyway! Fight the fat!


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    In addition, research studies have shown that certain nutrients, such as vitamin D, vitamin C, beta-carotene, and niacin, may be able to reduce the progression of osteoarthritis. Consumption of foods rich in these nutrients may help delay or even prevent the disability that can occur from this condition.
    Certain other nutrients, such as vitamin E, boron, niacinamide, and omega-3 fatty acids, may actually help reduce the pain and swelling that comes with osteoarthritis. As a result, patients may be able to decrease their use of pain-killers, which can have nasty side-effects, by consuming healthy foods rich in these nutrients.
    ^I have got above information from the following link: Osteoarthritis
    Started diet on 04/Jan/15
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