When reading research on potential cures for arthritis, you have to take into account the many complexities of how supplements and medication can actually work in the human body.
This article discusses how, on the cellular level, researchers were able to use gallic acid (found in gallnuts and green tea) and a micro cell stretcher to decrease inflammation in arthritic cartilage cells.
I’m optimistic that we will be able to slow or reverse arthritis some day soon. In the meantime, it might be worth drinking some green tea and moving throughout the day. If you have a sedentary job, set your timer to get up and take a few steps every 30 minutes.
Read more in Science Daily.