Arthritis, uratosis, osteochondrosis, bone loss, osteopenia, myositis
Osteoarthritis is known as a degenerative disease affecting the joints, and it is the most common disease of the motor apparatus. Osteoarthritis is characterized by the decay of cartilaginous tissue, as a result of which, bone surfaces of the joint become unprotected, which causes inflammation and pain.
Unlike the other types of arthritis, such as rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis is not a systemic disease. Most often, it affects the small joints of fingers, feet, knees, coxofemoral joints and also the joints of the vertebral column. The reason for the development of the process can lie in traumas, heavy workloads and pressures during the previous years, constant frigorism and metabolic and dystrophic violations. For such patients, it is important to avoid joint overload as a result of buildup of excess weight and pathological deposits in joint tissues.
Rheumatoid arthritis is characterized by immune complex circulation in the blood, the development of vasculitis as a result of this, and the inflammation of the synovial membranes of other organs. This leads to the development of stable arthritis and joint destruction and, in certain cases, also to the emergence of systemic damage to the connective tissues of the vessels. Bacterial, viral and even parasitic antigens can stimulate the production of antibodies and the emergence of immune complexes (antigen-antibody). The abundance of food antibodies in the bloodstream can provoke and intensify auto immune processes.
After the detection and elimination of the products that stimulate and increase production of circulating antibodies, with the help of the BloodScan Test™, and through the ImmunoHealth™ Program, it is possible to achieve a significant, positive result.
Painkillers and anti-inflammatory medications do not treat arthritis. Defects of the joints develop and get more severe even when you are taking medications. The medications can only delay this process. Lessening the load on your immune system can provide a real and stable improvement in your condition. Most likely, after the normalization of weight through the ImmunoHealth™ Program, you can postpone or change your decisions about joint replacement, just like many other ImmunoHealth™ patients have.
Don’t expose yourself to the risks of medication side effects! Do not let your condition deteriorate to the point of needing surgical treatment.
Begin the ImmunoHealth™ Program today!