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Cooking Website Focuses on Relieving Arthritic Joint Pain with Food
AthritisCooking.com launched this week giving arthritis sufferers the information they need to eat their way out of pain. The website is free to use to learn to about joint pain caused by food allergies.
The theory that certain food allergies are what causes joint pain and suffering for those with arthritis is not new. The theory came about as long ago as the 1980s with the discovery that tomatoes and other nightshade fruits might be causing the pain and swelling in joints. ArhtritisCooking.com focuses on that theory and helps readers through stopping the pain of arthritis without drugs, teaches them to cook allergen free and has many helpful articles on the subject of arthritis.
ArthritisCooking.com started because many medical doctors will mention to their patients that certain foods should be avoided, but too many doctors will only prescribe medication and won't tell their patients to eliminate certain foods from their diet. Pamela Love, the author of the website and an arthritis sufferer herself, continually finds ways to turn everyday cooking recipes into arthritis friendly recipes and posts them on the website after a great deal of testing. “Why are people taking all these horrible drugs when all they have to do is eat right?” said Pamela Love, “If they just avoid certain foods they won't ever damage their joints and will never need surgery to repair them.”
Arthritis sufferers need to avoid nightshade plants, dairy products, eggs and citrus to name a few. It is a difficult transition for many people. ArthritisCooking.com does the hard work for them, working out tasty recipes for cookies, main meals, breads and crackers and rich desserts. Readers are always encouraged to participate in the discussions and share their experiences and recipes. As new research and information comes available, Pamela Love writes and article and gets that information out to sufferers immediately on the website.
The information and recipes are treasured by arthritis sufferers and there is no cost at all to using and participating on the website. There is no marketing to readers from ArthritisCooking.com. The website's only source of income is the advertisements appearing on the website. Arthritis sufferers can fully participate with the website and never worry about being hit by a load of spam trying to sell them something. Everything is free for their use to help them live a pain-free and healthier life.
Pamela Love herself remembered someone with arthritis telling her about tomatoes decades ago. When she was diagnosed with arthritis she went to work in the kitchen. Her recipes were popular with friends and family so she started putting them up on the website to help others with the same condition. Her recipes are popular with not only arthritis sufferers but with vegetarians and vegans as well. They also enjoy many of the dairy-free recipes on the website.
ArthritisCooking.com (http://arthritiscooking.com) has a host of free recipes for arthritis sufferers to use for many common and some uncommon food items in the household. The articles section covers foods that should be avoided when a person is diagnosed with arthritis and how to easily remove these foods from the diet.
“Hey, we all love to eat!” says author, Pamela Love, “And now we can eat our way out of pain.”