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The 5 Worst Foods To Eat If You Have Arthritis
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In Today's Free Presentation, You'll Learn...
Learn about the trouble making vegetable, YES VEGETABLE... that can make your Arthritis worse. (And Make you feel 5 - 10 years older.)
The secret switch inside your body that you can flip to help make it start acting like it did when you were 25 years old.
The real reason why painkillers don't help your pain.
Which special superfood can actually counteract the damage or arthritis.
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Schett, Georg. “Rheumatoid arthritis: inflammation and bone loss.” Wiener Medizinische Wochenschrift 156.1-2 (2006): 34-41.
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