Alkaline Diet & Arthritis
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 22 percent of American adults have doctor-diagnosed arthritis; it is considered a “normal” consequence of aging by many. Genetics, overuse and injury are factors in the development of arthritis, although biochemistry plays a central role. The body’s biochemistry is most affected by diet, which in the United States is often highly acidic. Alkaline diets seem to promote health and discourage diseases, such as arthritis.
Credit: Livestrong.com Website