In this episode, Clint discussed how blood markers do not necessarily reflect what’s happening inside the body. In such instances, physical exams and other assessments are crucial to getting a proper diagnosis of RA. Shell said, “I read that some people can be symptomatic with low CRP and rheumatoid factor numbers. Do the numbers always

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We discuss how: Charlotte was diagnosed with RA a couple of years ago As a registered nurse, she has added her personal perspective in adjusting her lifestyle to face the inflammation She also kept a constant relationship with her rheumatologist, and made him read the section of the Paddison Program for rheumatologists She continues her

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In this episode Clint explains how his rheumatoid diet has evolved through the years, from the early stages of the Paddison Program to his current state where he has added lots of different foods to the baseline, and how the process of adding a new element can work, sometimes even by accident. More variety in

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Ana and Clint discuss: How workouts at the gym or at home can be simple and successful at eliminating pain How Ana normalised her Anti-CCP marker Eating out at restaurant tips Traveling Tips Eating plantains for weight gain The common missing link when trying to add muscle Stress control for maximum progress Combating hair loss

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We discuss how: Last year Emma started feeling stiffness and pain in the hands The inflammation spread very rapidly and within three weeks she had multiple joints inflamed Her blood tests were inconclusive, but the symptoms were spreading fast so she began the Paddison Program right away A couple of weeks before the symptoms started

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We discuss how: Brooke was diagnosed with RA and the following week she found she was pregnant with her second child About one month after her daughter was born, suddenly pain struck her, she struggled to walk and her hands felt like they were frozen The rheumatologist told her to stop breastfeeding her daughter and

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Seema was diagnosed with RA and had very high pain levels Pain was almost unbearable and she needed support to get up from a chair She was put on sulfasalazine, and started taking painkillers to deal with the pain She quit a very stressful job and started searching the internet to gain more knowledge on

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We discuss how: After a period of intense stress Lani got a urinary tract infection After 10 days of antibiotics her hands felt like they were on fire Initial tests for RA went negative, but the pain extended to the wrists and then to the arms, feet and ankles While waiting for more specialized tests,

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We discuss how cooking oil: How cooking oil can have a massively detrimental effect on our body What are Lipopolysaccharides When the cooking oil is heated, it increases the amount of free radical load What is Oxidative Stress I really wanted to share this video with you because it covers the use of fried oil,

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We discuss how: About 4 years ago, Bambi started to have severe pain in the ankles Months passed waiting for answer from the hospital, and the arms started to hurt very bad as well Bambi runs a nursery, and working became more and more a struggle Eventually she was diagnosed with RA and started taking

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We discuss how: At a point in his life, Pat literally started to ‘slow down’ He couldn’t even close the car door, and struggled to move without significant pain He eventually got diagnosed with RA and put on medications The drugs brought some relief initially, but the improvements weren’t enough He started with prednisolone and

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We discuss how: Stress plays a key role in the management of autoimmune conditions Dr. Amir Rashidian has seen it countless times with his patients His book “The StressProof Life: The Secret to Health, Wealth and Happiness” focuses on preparing your body to handle stress in everyday life The starting point is that when you

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