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 boswellia
 bromelain
 cayenne
 chondroitin
 fish oils
 flaxseed oil
 glucosamine
 green tea
 MSM
 omega-3 fatty acids
 SAMe (S-adenosylmethionine)
 St. John's wort
 white willow bark
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Arthritis

An Overview from Sharon Montes, M.D.

It's understandable that many people experiencing pain and aching in a joint because of osteoarthritis reach for the aspirin or some other conventional pain reliever. The problem is, these medications can be really.... more

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Help your Arthritis through what you eat
Check out our Food Remedies for this condition, or jump straight to one of our Mega-Recipes for Arthritis .

Mega Recipes
Green Tea May Battle Rheumatoid Arthritis
Stretching and Strengthening Exercises for Arthritis
Olive Oil May Reduce Rheumatoid Arthritis Risk
Natural Arthritis Remedies
Gingered Cantaloupe with Kiwi & Toasted Almonds
Asian Kiwi Chicken Salad
Pasta with Sardines & Fennel
Spicy Kale & Potato Soup
Baked Salmon with Thai Vegetable Salad

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