Daleen Totten interviews Dr David Nye on the natural management of Osteoarthritis & Rheumatoid arthritis. For an article highlighting the importance of reducing inflammation in the body to minimise pain, discomfort and progression thereof, click here https://natmedworld.com/taking-the-ache-out-of-arthritis-naturally/ Please follow and like us:

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Dr David Nye on the natural management of Osteoarthritis & Rheumatoid arthritis. For an article highlighting the importance of reducing inflammation in the body to minimise pain, discomfort and progression thereof, click here https://natmedworld.com/taking-the-ache-out-of-arthritis-naturally/ Please follow and like us:

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Daleen Totten interviews Dr David Nye on the different forms and causes of arthritis. For a comprehensive article on Osteoarthritis arthritis as a condition, click here https://natmedworld.com/managing-osteoarthritis-naturally and discover more ways to help heal your body and regain your health. Please follow and like us:

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When joints swell it’s always because fluid has accumulated in the joint. The fluid is usually watery and yellowish – a bit like the fluid in a blister. Bleeding in the joints can occur, but that usually follows some form of trauma to the joint. Please consult your doctor should you experience this. A good […]

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‘My grandmother started walking five miles a day when she was sixty. She’s ninety-seven now, and we don’t know where she is.’ ˜Ellen DeGeneres According to Hippocrates, walking is the best medicine. Walking is one of the least expensive and most broadly accessible forms of physical activity. Studies have shown that walking has higher levels […]

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We have an intricate network of connective tissue running throughout our body that serves a higher purpose than just holding us together. Ian Craig explains why. According to Thomas Myers, who wrote a lovely book called Myofascial Lines, there are three networks within the body which hold it together and allow it to function as […]

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In the list of common chronic disorders of digestion, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) ranks high in the ability to wreak havoc on the sufferer’s social life, occupation and personal comfort. The symptoms that accompany IBS (also known as spastic colon or mucous colitis) – constipation, diarrhoea, bloating and flatulence, searing abdominal pain spasms – can […]

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Most of us dog owners have, many a time, watched our older dogs slowly become less mobile as joint problems set in. By focusing on the right exercise, diet and supplementation programme, you can do a lot to relieve your best friend’s pain and discomfort. A joint, in the human or animal body, is the […]

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Osteoarthritis (OA) has long been regarded as a degenerative disease, a natural consequence of getting old, but more recent research is suggesting another story. Clearly ageing has something to do with the onset of OA but the story, like all of medicine, can be considered in much more holistic and broader terms. When the bigger […]

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Collagen is the most abundant protein in the human body and is the ‘glue’ that holds the whole body together. Learn more here with Dr Arien van der Merwe about the many uses of the different types of collagen. Collagen can be compared to a scaffold or matrix that provides strength, structure, elasticity and support […]

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