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Some people with rheumatoid arthritis say eating gluten-free helps control their symptoms. Here's how to decide if you should go gluten free.
There’s no specific RA diet, but these anti-inflammatory food and drink choices can help you fight inflammation every day of the week.
If you’re looking for ways to reduce inflammation from rheumatoid arthritis, a diet change may help you take control. Here's how to get started.
It’s all the rage these days, but how does the high-fat, low-carb keto diet benefit your chronic condition? You might be surprised.
Do raisins soaked in gin actually reduce RA pain? The jury is still out on the science, but some people swear by this home remedy.
Loading up on foods high in hypocretin — a chemical in the brain responsible for keeping us awake — can help you ward off narcolepsy. Turn to trendy foods like kimchi, yogurt, and kombucha.
Can you reduce rheumatoid arthritis pain and inflammation by eating tart cherries or drinking tart cherry juice? The evidence says yes!
You don’t have to travel to Spain to try this delicious Mediterranean dish, which can help with rheumatoid arthritis thanks to anti-inflammatory ingredients.
This cruciferous root vegetable turned powder and capsule supplement may be the answers to so many of your hypothyroid-related problems. It boosts energy, libido, and fertility, among other perks.
Vitamin D offers benefits to people living with rheumatoid arthritis. Find out how you can test your vitamin D levels to make sure you're getting enough.