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What to do with rheumatoid arthritis?

2017 February 24

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Question:

What do you recommend for rheumatism?

Answer:
Rheumatism is a broad concept. It entails more than 100 different kinds of diseases. If you are referring to rheumatoid arthritis (joint inflammation), one of the most common of those 100 disorders, than most of our products won’t do much for you. Arthro-5, glucosamine, chondroitin and ASU Forte are intended for the treatment of osteoarthritis (degenerative joint disease).

Possible only Arthro-5 may offer a small chance of success due to the broad composition. ¬†However, there’s no concrete evidence.

There is more support for a beneficial effect of Omega-3. In high doses, think of about 6 to 8 capsules per day, this could have a positive effect on arthritis. But we recommend to consult your doctor when taking such high dosages.

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