Anti-inflammatory diet

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Has anyone noticed any benefit from switching to an anti-inflammatory type diet? I'm dealing with some osteoarthritis in my hips & shoulders (probably other joints too, but these are the most problematic).
Old sports injuries, car crashes, etc. are catching up with me!

 

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I ran out of Wilderness Athlete Joint Advantage last week. In two days my shoulder were hurting again. The new shipment arrived and in two days pain was gone again. I think it is worth a shot. When I first started taking it, it did take a couple weeks to notice improvement though.
 

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Thanks Jeff, I've been disappointed in most supplements, but I may give this one a try.
 

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Is that a 30day supply in that bottle for $19?
 

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My dad’s been taking omega xl. He swears by it but I didn’t notice it did anything. But I only took it 2 weeks.

I used to use a similar blend as Jeff posted and it did help. Was a lot more expensive tho which was what kept me from continuing it.
Thanks for posting this Jeff I’ll give that a try
 

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I noticed less joint pain after a couple of weeks taking the WA Joint Advantage. Thanks for the recommendation @Broz !
Unfortunately my right hip is too far gone, so scheduled to get a new on next week. I was disappointed to learn that Bionic isn't really an option.
 

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I noticed less joint pain after a couple of weeks taking the WA Joint Advantage. Thanks for the recommendation @Broz !
Unfortunately my right hip is too far gone, so scheduled to get a new on next week. I was disappointed to learn that Bionic isn't really an option.
We are all different, but the WA joint advantage does work for most of us. My wife started taking it now too as she had developed some shoulder pain these days. It is helping her too. It has a lot of good stuff in it. I think it is worth while to use it for sure. Good luck on the surgery, heal up quickly.
 

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I have ra and gout. I've been intermittent fasting for 2 years. Started doing carnivore diet 10 months ago. It's made a world of difference with me. My blood work is also the best it's ever been.
 

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@huntandfish2983 how long do you typically fast? I've been doing 12 hours, but am considering 16.
Not sure I could do the true carnivore diet, but had success in the past following a Mediterranean type diet.
 

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I try to keep it at 18. Sometimes I'm late getting dinner but never past 8. I usually eat my first meal around 11.
 

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I had the same issues and then found the carnivore diet. Best thing I have done for myself in years. For me, I don't buy supplements any more. I moved that money from supplements over to higher quality meats and such. All I can say is give it a try....you'll be surprised how good you'll feel in only just 2 weeks.
 

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Curious what the carnivore diet is? Thanks

Carnivore is ultra low carb. Only animal products, so meat, butter, eggs. Also other variants like the lion diet. They are becoming popular. I have been eating mostly carnivore since September 2020. It has been working very well for my son who is type 1 diabetic. Before that he was really struggling with his insulin levels.

The best place to start in my opinion is this interview. Give you a pretty good understanding to start with: https://www.themeateater.com/listen/meateater/ep-239-kale-does-not-love-you-back
 

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Have you ever been allergy tested? I'm starting to find all kinds of stuff that has been affecting me, and after cutting them out I feel sooo much better. Might be another way to figure out what can stay and what needs to go.
 

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i agree with everything that's been said, but for me it's keeping the sugar intake as low as possible. that's what helps my knees the most.
 

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I haven't heard about this diet before thank all of you that this topic exists! Need to try your advice.
I have osteoarthritis for several months and this is hard to fight
 

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I’ve just recently went full blown keto about 2 weeks ago. Every day I feel better and better. The water retention is almost gone, I’ve lost 16lbs but least 8 of that was water. I only feel hungry about dinner time. Most of my joint pain is gone and I’ve thrown most of my meds in the trash!

 

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