How I Treated My RA Naturally

THUMBNAIL_IMAGEWritten by someone who chose a different path for her rheumatoid arthritis.   Authored by Sylvia Fulmer

Having always been an active person, the author couldn’t understand what was happening to her. She could no longer walk or stand for any length of time. Even sitting became a problem. Being out of work with no insurance and no money for a doctor, it was a while before she would be able to find out what was going on.

When she finally able to see a doctor, the diagnosis wasn’t good. She had Rheumatoid Arthritis. Even though the shock was great, her first thought was “I’m not taking the drugs.” She had a few friends with RA and had seen, first hand, what the drugs did and knew she would not go down that path.

Follow her story and find out what she did to avoid the conventional treatment for RA.

About the author:
CAM01882-1-003 (448x640)Sylvia is a conservative Christian freelance writer residing in the Temecula Valley of Southern California and has a passion for writing. Sylvia has a broad range of experience that allows her to write on many different topics. Under the name Sylvia Van Peebles, she is currently the San Diego Politics Examiner as well as News Examiner at Examiner.com. Sylvia also submits content creative writing and flash fiction for other freelance sites, and is an avid blogger.

Sylvia loves to cook, and has a passion for healthy food. Eating organic and non-GMO is this lady’s lifestyle. She has a new website dedicated to it – “The Healthy Food Maven.” While she prepares food from many different countries, her favorite is Southern food (because those are her roots), and she also bakes, but with healthy ingredients.

Sylvia holds the title of San Diego Sport Bar Examiner at Examiner.com as well. Her first love is music, though. She is a musician who loves most genres of music, playing the piano and singing.

 

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