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Gracefully-Yours presents Life Lessons on Healing Arthritis with Dr. Susan Blum

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Arthritis is the most common cause of disability in the world – greater than back pain and heart disease. Until now, the only option for arthritis sufferers has been conventional treatment that focuses on the symptoms of this condition and strong, gut-damaging, and immune-suppressing pain medications to mask those symptoms. In HEALING ARTHRITIS: Your 3-Step Guide to Conquering Arthritis Naturally (Scribner; on-sale October 24), Dr. Susan Blum revolutionizes treatment by considering the whole person and addressing underlying causes of arthritis to finally offer relief and actual healing with a science-based, drug-free plan to eliminate the disease naturally.

 

HEALING ARTHRITIS shows readers that by healing the gut, using food as medicine, and addressing stress on a journey of self-discovery and self-care, they can break the vicious cycle of inflammation permanently. By addressing the root cause of arthritis — inflammation –— Dr. Blum approaches arthritis as a treatable inflammatory disease rather than a collection of symptoms, and promises to heal patients’ arthritis permanently with an innovative three-step program to eliminate the disease naturally:

 

1. Two-Week Jump-Start Leaky Gut Diet for Arthritis

2. Two-Month Intensive Gut Repair

3. Finish-What-You-Started Six-Month Program

 

Readers will learn about the different types of arthritis, the connection between gut health and arthritis, and the role of diet, stress and trauma on the health of gut microbiome.

 

Susan Blum, M.D., MPH, is an assistant clinical professor in the Department of Preventive Medicine at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine in NYC and has been treating and preventing chronic disease for more than a decade.

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