Arthritis and the Gut Connection. This book explores a range of effective and proven treatments that arthritis sufferers need to know about.
In 2011 Mary Anne Lilly became enfeebled by excruciating attacks that severely impacted her mobility. The prognosis she received was dire.
Fortunately, thanks to the help of well-informed doctors, she fully recovered and has remained active and pain-free for over a decade.
This is her story of how she overcame arthritis by:
Developing a clear understanding
Sourcing effective treatment
Making critical lifestyle changes
Remaining symptom free
By vividly describing her symptoms and the effect of innovative treatments, Arthritis and the Gut Connection offers hope and encouragement to others. Her understanding and success story continues to be validated by recent scientific research; for example:
“Scientists have suspected for some time that the gut microbiome plays a role in rheumatoid arthritis and many other inflammatory and autoimmune diseases. The enormous population of microbes help digest food, regulate the immune system and protect against pathogenic bacteria. Ultimately, a study [by Drs. Sung and Davis] has revealed that modifying the gut microbiome to enhance clinical outcome may hold promise as a future treatment for rheumatoid arthritis. Dr. Sung says. “This could revolutionize how we deliver care to our patients.” (Mayo Clinic Center for individualized medicine, September 2021)
IN THIS BOOK SHE CLEARLY OUTLINES HER FIRSTHAND EXPERIENCE OF SUCCESSFUL, INNOVATIVE ARTHRITIS TREATMENT.
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