Good Thoughts, Bad Thoughts and RA

Good Thoughts, Bad Thoughts and RA

What kinds of thoughts do we allow ourselves to think? When I hear of friends and acquaintances beating their RA, not just treating it, I feel happy, but I also struggle with frustration and even anger that more in the medical field won’t look into diet, exercise, and healthy living as it relates to Rheumatoid Arthritis. Getting Excited Telling People about Healthy Living Ever since we started looking into healthy living as not just a treatment, but a way to possibly put my wife’s RA into remission, I’ve found myself getting excited about sharing what we’ve learned about healthy eating. We’ve modified our diet to be waaaay more healthy, and we believe it’s helped, and I’ll get animated as I share what we’ve learned....

Judge Not – a Lesson Discovered from Rheumatoid Arthritis

Judge Not – a Lesson Discovered from Rheumatoid Arthritis

A while back, I sat in a church meeting. It was a meeting to discuss the needs of members in our area. We discussed the needs of a family whose wife had a disease I wasn’t familiar with. The family faced more challenges at the time than just the effects of the disease to complicate matters. People in our church leadership aren’t paid. It’s all time donated to help one another, and I saw the time that would be required by some of these leaders to help this family would be considerable and extend over a long period of time. I hate to admit, but I had trouble understanding… New to the area, I didn’t know the family well, and I certainly didn’t know what the disease the wife faced, but it seemed weird…the things she could and...

The power of Antioxidants – Learning about the Elimination Diet

I thought I’d post this infographic I found. It’s so interesting to start learning about the diet that my wife is on. It’s amazing to research about the benefit of REAL food and helping the body become less acidic. Via: Term Life Insurance Blog