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There are many different forms of arthritis, but are any of them related to Candida? Discover…
"Is chronic and progressive arthritis related to Candida?" Well, it depends on the type of arthritis we're dealing with. There are different forms of arthritis. There is osteoarthritis, wear. There is rheumatoid arthritis, which is an autoimmune arthritis. There is gout, which is an accumulation of uric acid in the body.
I guess you're talking about osteoarthritis. That's generally not related to Candida at all. That is more a genetic component and also wear on the body. It can involve different types of joints, such as the back, the hips or the knees, the shoulders. Rheumatoid arthritis tends to be more inflammatory in heat and pain by nature. It often involves smaller joints, such as wrists or fingers. That is autoimmune. That is the immune system that attacks different tissues of the joints.
It is fair to say that if you have problems related to the bowel and many people with arthritis have problems related to the bowel, they should be aware of those problems. If you have arthritis and you are seeing this now, my first recommendation is to try to take your digestive system to a very high level of health. If there is bloating, gas, constipation or diarrhea, if you have known allergies to food, all these things must be resolved.
It is very important to have an excellent digestive system because that will allow to rebuild the joints. It is a fair comment to say that every so many years, the body renews itself. The tissues are replaced and are based on the type of quality of the food you are eating. By eating really good foods all the time and improving digestive health, you will allow the joints to rebuild. It is also possible that you should be evaluated for the toxins in your body. Your doctor can also evaluate different ways.
Detoxification may also be necessary, particularly in the early stages of arthritis treatment. It can be good
Of course, there are certain supplements that you may want to take for arthritis, but these things should be discussed with your doctor. I can not see a direct link with Candida really and different forms of arthritis like osteo. Many rheumatoid patients have Candida to some degree. It needs to be fixed. They often have a kind of fungal infection. Rheumatoid arthritis is related to things like diseased teeth or small tonsil infections or a small infection around the ileocecal valve or appendix. These can form small hot spots and really cause inflammatory reactions.
Anyone with rheumatoid arthritis should have a stool test by default to determine if there is an inflammatory bowel condition that also needs cleaning. Candida may well be part of that intestinal condition. I hope that answers the question. Thanks for tuning
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