Arthritis 101


Reverse Underlying Causes of Arthritis
with Clinically Proven Alternative
Therapies (Second Edition)
by Ellen Kamhi, Ph.D., R.N., HNC and
Eugene R. Zampieron, N.F.D., M.H. (AHG)
Celestial Arts
ISBN-13: 978-1-58761-258-9
ISBN-10: 1-58761-258-5
Arthritis is among the most common health complaints in America. While various types of arthritis differ, there are some common features. For example, scientific information is accumulating that indicates that diet plays a major role in the development, as well as the treatment and prevention, of a wide range of diseases including virtually all types of arthritis. In addition, there is mounting evidence that pharmaceutical drugs may be doing more harm than good.

Many doctors are beginning to recognize that drug treatments are not providing the long-term benefit they had hoped to observe. In the treatment of arthritis, they see their patients continuing to suffer with their disease despite stronger and stronger medications. Does medical intervention in some way promote disease progression? Can nutrition and various natural therapies enhance the body's own response toward health? The answer to both of these questions, made evident by the information presented in the book Arthritis, is clearly yes.

Fortunately, nature offers some very effective alternatives. In most cases, the natural approach will provide far greater relief because it addresses the underlying disease process while rebuilding overall health and vitality, without causing a host of adverse effect. Kamhi and Zampieron present noninvasive, natural approaches for diagnosing, treating, and preventing arthritis--all without the risk of pharmaceutical side effects. They also include information on supplement therapy, massage and reflexology, organ detoxification regimes, and immune system boosters.

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