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4/22/09 4:11 P

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Thanks, Yolyta. Now I feel like we at least have somewhere to start. That sounds like a really good idea for acid reflux, too. I imagine the starch in the potato draws out the acid. Luckily I don't have that problem, but I have known some people who did, so now I have some wisdom to share!

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4/21/09 11:26 P

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That's GREAT! It's amazing how our bodies can cure themselves with out medicines. Just a little au naturale!

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4/21/09 11:13 P

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My friend used potato juice (4 onz, twice a day) to cure the acid reflux of her husband. He does not use any more medicine for that particular problem.
She used small potatoes.

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4/21/09 5:16 P

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No. I don't know anymore about this... I just thought it was an interesting article. Did you try the webpage at the bottom of the post?

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4/21/09 5:05 P

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potato juice - for arthritis? DH will surely want to know more about this! Do you know how much? We just got a new Breville juicer, so I"m sure he'll want to try it. Does it matter what kind of potatoes you use? I read the article, I just hoped you knew more about this. Or does anyone else?

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4/19/09 11:08 P

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Joint pains
and arthritis can slow a person down drastically. When you least expect it, simple tasks like walking, finger and limb movemet, and daile chores can get affected in ways that you found beyond imagination.

The conventional ways of curing arthritis include medication, exercise and therapy. It has been found that you diet also as a role to play in the health that you keep. Simple changes in your diet can not only help keep arthritis away, but can also help in providing relief.

Green leafy vegetables provide much reinforcement for the body and help make you stronger. Consumption of the vegetables in their raw form is best. Therefore, try using them in salads, or even consume them as juices.

The best vegetables to use include spinach, mixed along with some carrots, celery and beetroot. This not only makes the taste better, but also works well when combined.

Pineapples are also very good foods. Eaten plain, they give valuable nourishment couples with vital dietary fibre. They can also be had as juice mixed with some lime.

Equal proportions of potato juice and water should be mixed and had first thing every morning. This makes probably the most potent cure. Not merely for those who already suffer from the disease, but also for those who have a disposition towards it. Even otherwise, it makes a healthy drink for everyone.

We often think that cooking and eating are complex affairs that need a lot of co-ordination and planning. In fact, the simpler we keep our lives and foods, the happier and healthier we will be. It takes very little to keep the ody in order. Just a little care, and meddling kept to a minimum. Good health is common for everyone. It is by our own doing that we invite troubles.

*http://www.natural-homeremedies.org/blo
g/curing-arthritis-naturally/

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