There are many factors that you can combine to achieve rheumatoid arthritis relief. Eating a healthy diet is a great place to start and to compliment that a green vegetable juice is a fantastic natural option for taking care of yourself.
Rheumatoid Arthritis Relief: What’s Special about Green Juice?
Rheumatoid arthritis is a systematic autoimmune disease where the immune system attacks your own body. This leads to inflammation and swelling in the joints. So when you are looking to achieve rheumatoid arthritis relief you should be looking at multiple ways to reduce inflammation in the body.
A simple fresh cucumber and celery is alkalising and has anti-inflammatory properties to help your body restore and replenish. Research has found that those with rheumatoid arthritis can benefit from additional vitamins such as vitamin C .
This juice is mineral rich, and vitamin rich. It contains vitamins A and C as well as calcium, iodine, iron, magnesium, phosphorous, potassium, silicon, sodium and is rich in chlorophyll. This makes it a great detoxifier and also cleanser. Being raw, it’s also rich in enzymes, which our bodies can become depleted of as we age. So this little green drink is a real superhero!
For this juice, use organic vegetables if possible, wash them well, and peel the cucumber (if not organic). Use the freshest vegetables available, such as celery stalks that are firm and stand up rather than wilted. The only ingredients required is ½ bunch celery and 2 cucumbers.
Juice the vegetables and drink the fresh juice quickly (within 20 minutes) so the enzymes aren’t lost through oxidation.
For a little extra kick, you can also add some juiced ginger, but go easy since the ginger has a kick!
This juice tastes very light and is easy to drink. It tastes mild and pleasant.
Many people have found this juice to be effective and reliable for rheumatoid arthritis relief.
How Others Reduce Rheumatoid Arthritis Inflammation With Green Juices
Juices have become an important part of the rheumatoid arthritis diet for Suzanne. She shared her tips on how you can turn left-overs into juices as well as freezing vegetables for later use.
Also, Emma has Rheumatoid Arthritis and has been a long-term user of green juices. She incorporates those into her daily routine and has since remained pain free without medications.
The Paddison Program for Rheumatoid Arthritis Relief Juice Guidelines
If you’re new to these drinks, start with 1 per day. As you notice the benefits and rheumatoid arthritis relief, have several per day. There is no downside to drinking lots of this water-rich, mineral-rich, vitamin-rich and alkalising health beverage!
 James R. Cerhan, Kenneth G. Saag, Linda A. Merlino, Ted R. Mikuls, Lindsey A. Criswell, Antioxidant Micronutrients and Risk of Rheumatoid Arthritis in a Cohort of Older Women, American Journal of Epidemiology, Volume 157, Issue 4, 15 February 2003, Pages