Treating Arthritis Paperback

The Supplements Guide

by Julia Davies

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Treating Arthritis

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There are 200 types of arthritis which affects 1 in 5 adults in the UK, and one in four of all GP consultations in the UK relates to a musculoskeletal problem.

Arthritis and related conditions are the second most common cause of days off work, while just over 70% of people with arthritis meet the legal definition of disabled. The total cost of arthritis in the UK to the NHS and social services is GBP5.5 billion. These statistics mean that there is tremendous interest in complementary methods of treating arthritis.

Topics Include:
- The causes of arthritis, especially acid/alkaline imbalances
- The difference between natural supplements and pharmaceutical drugs
- Supplements that may help, including cider vinegar, minerals, protein and amino acids
- Essential fatty acids and how they affect inflammation
- Antioxidants
- Natural anti-inflammatories - enzymes therapy, herbal pain relief and nutritional solutions
- How to start building your own nutritional programme
- Contra-indications and cations, including what to do if you are taking medication
- Troubleshooting and further help

Treating Arthritis by Julia Davies was published by Sheldon Press in June 2012 and is our 66099th best seller. The ISBN for Treating Arthritis is 9781847091932.

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Details for Treating Arthritis

Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherSheldon Press (June 2012)
Number of Pages128
Thickness7 mm
Height216 mm
Width138 mm
Product Code4069173
Page last updated 1st October 2018
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