Products Suitable For Rheumatoid Arthritis

For a long time, doctors were unsure what caused RA. However now scientists have linked this painful and debilitating condition to something called “gut dysbiosis” which is a disruption in the ecosystem of trillions of bacteria that live inside your gut.1

Improving your gut health is a safe and natural way to work with your RA, by lowering inflammation throughout your entire system. One of our Nutritional Therapists is standing by to give you free, bespoke advice on gut wellness that will be right for you.

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The following products are suitable for people who may be prone to Rheumatoid Arthritis:

Probiotic Goats Milk Kefir

Complete Prebiotic

Calm-Down Kefir Lotion

150ml

Calm-Down Goats Milk Soap

Get Me Through The Day Tea

CG Teapot

Microbiome Test

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definitely started to see an improvement in my skin since using the products, Thanks
~ Mum on the run

love the products from this company and their customer service is outstanding
~ Cheryl

Order of Kefir dispatched very quickly. Well packaged. Very good quality product. Good quality info included.
~ Dorothy Reid

Tastes really good to me! Improves skin and energy levels
~ alison

The products do what they say they're going to do. The skincare is very gentle too
~ Sally

Easy to use website, easy ordering and on time delivery, and great products!
~ Kathryn Avery

Lovely product and speedy delivery.
~ Sarah Wright

excellent products that have healed my skin and allergies, I only have goat products now!
~ GILLIAN

This helped to balance my gut after a few weeks of intense antibiotics.
~ Joanne Pasetti

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If you say ‘arthritis’ most people assume you’re talking about wear and tear on the joints, which many older people have. That’s osteoarthritis. Rheumatoid arthritis, or RA, is different.2

Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune disease. This means your immune system – which usually fights infection – attacks the cells that line your joints by mistake, making the joints swollen, stiff and painful. Over time, this can damage the joints, cartilage and nearby bone.3

About 1% of the population in the UK has RA – more than 400,000 people in the UK. It affects more women than men, roughly two to three times as many women. The most common age for people to develop RA is between 40 and 60, or a bit older for men. But people can get it at any age, even from the age of 14 when it’s ‘early onset’ RA. There are other forms of inflammatory arthritis, but RA is the most common.4

References

  1. The Rheumatologist - "Links Between Gut Bacteria and Rheumatoid Arthritis". Written by Susan Bernstein on March 19, 2019
    link to articlehttps://www.the-rheumatologist.org/article/links-between-gut-bacteria-and-rheumatoid-arthritis/
  2. National Rheumatoid Arthritis Society - "What is RA?".
    link to articlehttps://www.nras.org.uk/what-is-ra-article
  3. NHS - "Rheumatoid Arthritis Overview".
    link to articlehttps://www.nhs.uk/conditions/rheumatoid-arthritis/
  4. National Rheumatoid Arthritis Society - "What is RA?".
    link to articlehttps://www.nras.org.uk/what-is-ra-article