The immune system targets the tissues that line the joints on the sides of the body in rheumatoid arthritis, attacking other body parts, any precise reason is not known. Changes in lifestyle, medication, surgery, nutritional therapy, physical therapy, and occupational therapy are all possible forms of treatment.

Symptoms of Rheumatoid arthritis

  • A malformed joint
  • Fatigue
  • Weakness
  • loss of appetite
  • Fever

Food - A possible trigger

Rheumatoid arthritis is triggered by certain foods that induce inflammation. Patients and medical personnel may be unable to connect food and sickness because delayed food allergies may be linked to rheumatoid arthritis. If the trigger foods are consumed, delayed food allergies frequently have a major negative influence on rheumatoid arthritis and may reduce the effectiveness of treatment. Your ability to carry out daily tasks will also improve when your joint pain and swelling are reduced.

ImuPro - Management of Rheumatoid arthritis

IgG, a defence protein that may recognise a foreign substance, is produced by our immune system. Finding trigger foods will be made easier with ImuPro testing. ImuPro helps you make dietary changes that will reduce or alleviate your symptoms. The detection of IgG-mediated food hypersensitivity and the ImuPro diet adjustment notion may be helpful for the management of rheumatoid arthritis.

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