Help for sore joints (Part 1)

John Arts
Abundant Living

The best part of what I do is to see improvements in those who have the courage to try something different.

My client files are full of testimonies of those who have improved.

As I wrote this, a client I have been helping for four months called for her monthly check-in.

When I first spoke with her she had a very sore hip and various muscle aches and pains.

We made some changes to her diet and put her on a number of anti-inflammatory and joint-supporting supplements. As a result her hip has improved to the point she can walk again. Additionally, she has much more energy and the vitamin D we added has helped a great deal with moods and general motivation.

The body is quite miraculous. If you feed it the nutrients it really needs then dormant healing processes can then help restore body systems back towards normal.

This is especially true for joints affected by osteoarthritis. In March I started helping a man in his 70s with painful arthritis in his knee, feet and hands, and especially his thumbs.

Worst of all was the joint where the thumb attaches to the wrist. This joint is highly susceptible to arthritis and it can be very disabling.

While we made dietary changes, the main benefits came from increasing his Omega 3 fish oil to 6000mg daily and adding a double dose of my joint formula. This meant initially he was taking 1500mg of glucosamine, 1500mg of super-high grade chondroitin and 200mg of my proprietary 95 per cent curcumin (turmeric) extract. When I spoke to him in June his feet and knees were much improved. He could now use stairs with ease. His hands and thumb have improved significantly and are still improving.

For more information give me a call or email

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John Arts is a qualified nutritional medicine practitioner and founder of Abundant Health. Contact John on 0800 423 559. To read more go to


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