Rheumatoid Arthritis And
Resveratrol is being studied as a natural cure for rheumatoid arthritis. Scientist and doctors
working with animals found that resveratrol shut down the production of HLA-DR4 the inflammatory compound
known to cause joint deterioration in people with arthritis.
According to the leading anti aging scientist in the U.S. The answer was yes. David Sinclair
said it's amazing but true about resveratrol and it's ability to prevent old age diseases and slow the aging
Anti aging discoveries and resveratrol it can help with diseases as we age like diabetes,
cancer, stroke prevention and as a supplement to help after a stroke.
Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune disease that affects over 4 million individuals in the
United States,. The human immune system consists of a powerful set of cells and messengers that are very effective
at finding and eradicating foreign invaders.
The Immune System is Working Overtime
When the immune system works overtime it produces to much inflammatory compounds, like cox-1
cox-2 and L-5.
Resveratrol helps with the overproduction of these compounds and helps reduce inflammation in
the joints and even keeps the blood vessels healthy. Muscadine grapes are high in compounds like polyphenols and
anti oxidants and resveratrol which can stop the cells from swelling. The Muscadine grapes also have an extra
chromosome that helps with all four key mechanisms of aging. Cell inflammation also leads to arthritis and other
problems in the joints.
Scientists like David Sinclair and Doctors like Joseph Maroon M.D. have been studying the aging
process for many decades. They have researched and conducted clinical studies on certain key ingredients, like
resveratrol and polyphenols from the muscadine grape, that can help us live longer, help prevent and even cure
diseases associated with aging, and impacting disease such as arthritis, joint pain, and inflammation that are
There are many different food supplements and foods that can help with Rheumatoid arthritis or
any type of arthritis they are listed below:
* Omega-3s or fish oil
* Calcium supplements
* All fruits and vegetables that are
* Green tea
* Garlic supplements
Green Tea and Arthritis
You can now add green tea to your list of healing foods. In fact, some experts claim that we
should add tea to the list of disease-fighting fruits and vegetables that we should eat daily. Some interesting
information on green tea and how it may help decrease inflammation.
Green tea contains a type of polyphenol known as epigallocatechin-3 gallate, or EGCG, that
inhibits the expression of the interieukin-8 gene. This is a key gene involved in the arthritis-inflammatory
Resveratrol, a polyphenol, or plant-derived, non steroidal compound, is present in the skins of
grapes, in Japanese knotwood, nuts, red wine, and other foods. Resveratrol and other antioxidants are made by
plants when under stress like weather, bacteria and fungus, they build up a resistance to disease and when we
ingest the plants we reap all the benefits of the polyphenols and antioxidant contained in the plants, so eat more
fruits and vegetables.
While all wines have some resveratrol, red wine seems to be the best source.
http://www.resveratrol-and-anti-aging.com The author Allen Partch has been studying nutrition for over 30 years and enjoys helping
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