Rheumatoid Arthritis Makes You More Likely to Develop Chronic Kidney Disease? Nonsense!

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There are 50 million people in America diagnosed with arthritis. Sadly, a great number of these people are also dealing with kidney disease that has absolutely nothing to do with their arthritis and everything to do with how they’re not dealing with the root cause of their problem.

Osteoarthritis is a degenerative disease where the cartilage within your joints becomes damaged over time and the fluid that lubricates and cushions your joints decreases. Rheumatoid arthritis is also degenerative but it is inflammatory in nature.   Both are symptomatic of chronic dehydration.  Both cause debilitating pain and joint stiffness and yet; a proper hydration protocol could easily address the lack of  fluids necessary to cushion your joints and your spine while disarming inflammation.

Your body is 70% water while your bones are 25% water!  There is no denying the body’s need for pure, healthy water!  Unfortunately, if you’re a soda drinker or a bottled water drinker you’re just adding to your arthritis pain/problem.  In addition to the fact that you can’t hydrate at the cellular (or joint) level with these fluids, they lack the minerals naturally found in healthy water…these minerals are vital for bone health.

A focus on hydration is so simple that most people don’t “get it”. Instead of focusing on fluids, people with arthritis often turn to drugs to find relief.  While these drugs may be effective in providing temporary relief  for arthritis pain, they are actually tied to numerous side effects; including kidney disease.

The only connections between arthritis and chronic kidney disease is chronic dehydration and painkillers used to treat the pain symptoms

Far be it from me to  suggest that you live with chronic pain!  I remember what it was like to live with back pain every single day and I wouldn’t wish that on anybody.   I AM suggesting that you take action beyond swallowing a pill in hopes of a quick fix.  I traded pain pills for lots of ionized water and I’m pain-free for the first time in my adult life!  I’ve also saved my kidneys (and a lot of other things) in the process.

Keeping the fact that there is no cure for any disease whatsoever in the foremost of your mind is vital to your recovery and restoration.  Your “treatment” simply masks the problem while the root cause remains overlooked.  What IF your answer to arthritis pain is as simple as a proper hydration protocol with medical grade water? Hmm..

The medications that we take to mask our arthritis symptoms are causing a whole lot more problems for us in the long run. When in doubt, read the long list of side effects that comes with your prescription.  When it comes to pain medication for your arthritis, you could be trading your kidneys for pain relief.  Does that make common sense to you?  Don’t ever underestimate the miraculous nature of the human body and its ability to heal itself of lots of problems if you’ll just give it what it needs.  Are you willing to give your body what it needs?

The choice is yours.  You can rely on dangerous medications that could do irreversible damage to your kidneys OR you can address the root problem and reduce the risk.  Your dependence on magic inside of a prescription bottle will likely end up being the cause of your death.  Sad but true.

From where I’m sitting you have absolutely nothing to lose by trying the best ionized water for your arthritis pain.  If you’d like to try it RISK FREE let me know. If you’re happier masking your symptoms and taking pills, you’re on your own.

Bottoms-up, Boomers!

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