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BLM, i taught fitness and was a personal trainer through the worst years of my r/a--as my rheumatologist said at the time, the more you *can* move, the more you *should*--it keeps you healthier longer. i've been living that mantra for many years. when i don't do cardio for more than a couple days, my body lets me know i'd better get back to it. it's as simple as feeling good, for me. :)

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Ah heck don't be sorry VA. Glad you guys speak out. Njnykicksseriousglutes Ronand Kathy didn't know you have RA. You guys are killing it and a new found inspiration for me. As for me pain will always exist the way I push exercise but I listen to my body and have mine figured out to the most part. Looked up "gear" and it means drugs. No sadukar I don't do drugs. Don't need them. Now if I was a $100M a year athlete I might think and judge differently on the use.

WOD - kid party jumping around, One hour weights and didn't even think of touching my legs. I am not gonna run on a treadmill again. May be walk/jog but no running. Kills the knees!

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Sorry for jumping in on this thread with that...

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DD, thank you....i am living proof that it can be, and is, possible to live healthy and (mostly) pain free by using non-medicated means.

and VA, yes to key word "moderate" and a bazillion times yes to poking on the internet as a source of info can be at times dangerous.

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Right, moderate (key word "moderate" alcohol.

But nothing specific to gin-soaked raisins.... and poking around on the Internet is a very unreliable way to confirm any "facts" you might come across.

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I poked around on the Internet and it looks like there is some research behind it. Moderate alcohol use sums to help inflammation.

NJ - you are also right about the clean eating and exercise - very helpful.

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haha VA.

i've heard some really fun and funny suggestions for arthritis over the past 30some years. what works for osteo doesn't necessarily work for rheumatoid, because it's partially and firstly an autoimmune, not wear and tear, issue.

what i do know is that clean healthy living (and that's a *mostly* clean diet), sufficient sleep, moderation (alcohol, sweets) in the less than healthy things and staying away from certain combinations of foods has kept me "the poster child" for how to live with and manage r/a, along with asthma, for many years.

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You're probably now seeing why RonKathy blocked me. I can't see something like that posted and not keel over in laughter.

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in the nearly 30 years i've been dealing with r/a, i can literally say that's the first time i've ever heard of that one! can't promise to give it a try soon (not a gin fan and have none on tap) but i'll keep it in mind, thanks. :)

onT: an hour of glute camp level 10 (slower cruise than normal), 30 hill intervals level 10 on the treadmill (kept at 3.3 mph), and did only 100 lbs for squats pliƩs and calf presses, 60 for seated extensions and 50 for seated curls. a very light weights day.

enjoying the last few of hydromassage now. first time i've used it in a while--feels good on the achey hip joints.

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Ok I know you will all think I am nuts.. but for many this works for pain in joints.. its an old Indian Natural Fix that a guy who I play Pickelball with and has arthritis over his entire body for the last 20 years.. uses this remedy daily.. We both use this and for us it works too.. take a box of golden raisins, place in a glass container like a cooking dish, cover the raisins with any kind of GIN, keeping it covered with GIN for 7 days until it all absorbs in the raisins. take 9 raisins a day and within a short time you will feel a difference . we noticed the difference the first week some take longer to see a difference. apparently the flower interacts with the GIN to cause the inflammation in the joints to neutralize. See for yourself under the 'Peoples Pharmacy" website.

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