Osteoarthritis Diet

I was recently diagnosed with osteoarthritis of the hip at the age of 35. This finally shocked me into action. For a long time, I have been very active playing sports everyday and exercising but always had a little extra fat on me and was a little slower than I could be. I never had the motivation to change my diet until now.

I went out and read everything I could on osteoarthritis and as it’s a degenerative disease you’re only hope is to make it last longer at this point and maybe a cure will come. The proven ways to make it last longer are to lose weight and to do exercise.

I spent about 160 hours researching what to do and discover the diet inflammatory index (DII). This is based on every dietary study related to inflammation since 1950 till 2017. I designed a diet specifically around that. I am combining it with intermittent fasting and prolonged fasting that I found through my research is also very powerful in causing autophagy which can help with diseases like osteoarthritis.

I actually have found that since starting this diet my focus and brain power have gone through the roof. I have tons more energy in my hip feels a hundred times better. I am excited to continue this journey. I’d highly recommend anyone interested to look at this as well. I’m not one of those people that sells any crap related to this, this is just the research I have done into scientific studies around nutrition and its impact on disease.

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Joel Gross

Joel Gross is the CEO of Coalition Technologies.