Joint Pain and Digestive Problems


"There are only two ways to live your life. One is as if everything is a miracle.
The other is as
if nothing is a miracle."
Albert Einstein

Stomach issues can be hard to deal with, as can pain within the joints. But there may be a connection between the two, and it’s worth a closer look. Can poor digestion cause joint pain?

Research says that arthritis is a direct result of gastric-intestinal toxicity due primarily to impaired digestion. Many people in this nation deal with stomach and digestive related issues ranging from acid reflux to ulcers and beyond. And millions more suffer from joint related pains, whether due to injury, arthritis, or something else.

But recent studies have found that there could be a close link between poor digestion and joint pain. Those dealing with these issues need to learn more to ensure that they’re not suffering needlessly and to find the right ways to relieve the problem.

It’s important that you take a look at all aspects of your health when you’re trying to manage joint related issues. Whether you’re suffering from arthritis, gout, fibromyalgia, or just pain caused by a twist or sprain, it’s important that you focus on your digestion as well as your joints. The two may be much more closely linked than you think.

In this program you’ll learn about:

  • How build up toxins cause auto-immunity

  • What digestive enzymes affect your pain

  • Why your leaky gut increases Arthritis symptoms