Recommended Reading

These books are a great starting point for those interested in treating arthritis with diet and nutrition, however none of these diets are specifically recommended by Arthritis Insight.�

Anti-Arthritis Diet: Increase Mobility and Reduce Pain with This 28-Day Life-Changing Program
by Joseph Kandel, David B. Sudderth, D. Suddereth


Synopsis
“The Anti-Arthritis Diet” explains how food choices can help arthritis sufferers win the battle against debilitating joint pain. The book includes a 30-day program and a step-by-step guide that tells what to eat for each meal, along with information on lifestyle changes and a weekly grocery list .

Arthritis : Your Natural Guide to Healing with Diet, Vitamins, Minerals, Herbs, Exercise, and Other Natural Methods
by Michael T. Murray

Book Description
Millions of people suffer every day from the stiffness, pain, loss of joint function, and swelling of arthritis. Conventional medications rely on heavy doses of drugs, but natural alternatives are available. This book explores the causes of arthritic conditions and recommends specific, effective remedies involving natural dietary supplements and herbal medicines.

The New Arthritis Relief Diet : Proven Steps to Stop Inflammation, Prevent Joint Damage, Decrease Medication, and Improve the Quality of Your Life
by James Scala

Synopsis
As the search for a medicinal cure for arthritis continues, an increasing number of physicians are relying on preventive measures, such as diet, exercise, and herbal remedies. This book offers an extension of Dr. Scala’s bestselling “The Arthritis Relief Diet” and focuses on preventive, healthy measures with results that last .

How to Eat Away Arthritis
by Lauri M. Aesoph, Norman D. Ford

Synopsis
This revised and expanded edition of the perennially popular self-help book details how arthritis sufferers can improve their conditions with the foods they eat. Using the simple dietary procedures described in this book, readers can reverse some cases of osteoarthritis or rheumatoid arthritis without expensive drugs or equipment.

The Arthritis Healthy Exchanges Cookbook (Healthy Exchanges Cookbooks)
by Joanna M. Lund

Synopsis
Paying special attention to the most common forms of arthritis–osteoporosis, rheumatoid arthritis, and gout–“The Arthritis Healthy Exchanges Cookbook” offers sound advice and recipes that will help people get the maximum benefits from a nutritional program.

The Arthritis Cure Cookbook
by Lissa De Angelis, Brenda D. Adderly

Book Description
The companion book to the New York Times Bestseller The Arthritis Cure. Delicious, easy-to-prepare recipes that contain both antioxidants (joint busters) and bioflavonoids (joint strengtheners).

Arthritis : Don’t Learn to Live With It
Carlton Fredericks