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Food bacteria tied to rheumatoid arthritis

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Food bacteria tied to rheumatoid arthritis

07.10.18 09:01 PM

The majority of people who develop rheumatoid arthritis (RA) are diagnosed between the ages of 40 and 60. You could be developing symptoms as you read this.

Inflammation could be building in your body; your immune system could be waging war on your joints, muscles, bones and organs; your hands and feet could be becoming deformed.

If you’re a woman, you’re at even higher risk for RA, which is three times more prevalent in women.

Just because you were born with two X chromosomes, your chances of developing this crippling, inflammatory arthritis are three times higher.

Not much is known about what causes RA in the first place, but a link between rheumatoid arthritis and a strain of bacteria commonly found in milk and beef has recently been discovered.

This bacteria, known as MAP, is found in about half the cows in the United States. The bacteria can be spread to humans through the consumption of infected milk, beef and produce fertilized by cow manure.

Exposure to the MAP bacteria may be a trigger for developing rheumatoid arthritis in people who are genetically at risk.

So how do you avoid MAP and the higher risk of RA it brings?

The best way is to limit your intake of cow’s milk and beef to prevent contact with the infection.

Other ways to ward off your RA risk, or keep your symptoms from getting worse, include:

• Lose weight — Being overweight substantially increases your risk of RA as well as the joint damage that comes with the disease. Take steps to manage your weight right away.

• Quit smoking — Smokers are also at higher risk for the disease, so kicking the habit could save your joints as well as your lungs.

• Avoid environmental pollutants — Studies have shown a link between exposure to environmental pollutants, like asbestos, and the development of rheumatoid. Avoid them whenever possible.

• Support your body’s major detox organ — Your liver carries a heavy load as all of these toxins pass through in its effort to protect you. Turnabout is fair play — so be sure to support your hardworking liver. Peak Liver Support contains proven nutrients that help your liver do its job better, including milk thistle.





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