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I’ve Been Thinking Of Switching To GF Diet In Attempts To Help Reduce Inflammation.

I’ve Been Thinking Of Switching To GF Diet In Attempts To Help Reduce Inflammation.

Has anyone switched to GF diet? What were your experiences? I’m SO ready to feel better and if this can really help ease symptoms/inflammation I’M ALL FOR IT! Thanks in advance ☺️

A myRAteam Member said:

I recently posted an ra restricted diet that u might want to look at. Just add me to your team to access it. I explain how to approach the diet but it is up to u if u want to try it.
Barb

posted over 3 years ago
A myRAteam Member said:

I am gluten free, dairy free, no sugar, and less red meat, it has made a huge difference. When I was in a huge flair up ( couldn't lift a cup) I started the diet plan and it totally worked. I add blueberries (antioxidants) ginger, tumeric oil. In order to not feel deprived once I'm feeling better I can cheat occasionally . Once you start feeling better eating ice cream or pasta isn't worth the pain later! good luck!

posted over 3 years ago
A myRAteam Member said:

Hi. I did what so many others did. Exercised....pushed on. I know its wasn't easy at first!!
Changed my diet for 1 full year. No eggs, dairy, gluten, sugar, caffeine.
I dont eat pork or read meats. Haven't for 35 years. After 1 year gradually added things back in to see how I felt. I still feel better only having those things occasionally. I highly recommend looking at your diet! It's so worth it. It cant hurt doing a food elimination. Give your body time to clean itself out. For me I don't take medication or suffer anymore but my heart goes out to all that do!!! Its horribly painful!! I will continue doing want I'm doing since it's working for me. Hope ya find what really works well for ya's. Never give up hope! Hugs!

posted about 3 years ago
A myRAteam Member said:

I am on the Mediterranean diet. It has helped more than I can say. Huge difference.

posted about 3 years ago
A myRAteam Member said:

I have real limit my intake on gluten, dairy and found a big improvement. I make a vegan protein shake with soya milk with honey, coconut oil, chai seeds, a banana, frozen mango and pineapple. I used milk for 4 days straight instead of soya and felt yucky. I'm eating more veggies such as broccoli, cauliflower, carrots for protein I've eliminated red meat and have been sticking to chicken, pork and fish. I also use cbd oil and on 2 different meds for my RA and have noticed a difference. I hope some of these suggestions this will be helpful.

posted about 3 years ago
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