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Lola
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Experiment. You have to try things and hold on to what works...


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I really like the idea of   doing those foods which are beneficial on  both the GTD and the arthritis  book... then maybe adding a few back in and seeing if there is any reaction.

  I would love to hear from any O Gatherers who  have switched to the GTD and seen super  improvement  in their arthritis.. OR who have gone back, such as Larry.

I love hearing what you all have to share!
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I follow the GTD except for the night-shade veggies.  My arthritic joints are literally pain-free now & my weight remains stable at 126. I'm as close to being in perfect shape as a 69 year old woman can be.  I've never been happier.  
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My arthritic joints are literally pain-free now & my weight remains stable at 126. I'm as close to being in perfect shape as a 69 year old woman can be.  I've never been happier.  


I am so jealous... 126?  
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Hi Rex...!

So great to hear!  Do you  mind telling me what fruits you eat most often or those which you avoid?
I have all of the books, so I will definitely look all this up.

HI Mayflowers.... yezzz...  126 sounds pretty perfect to me too!
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and such a NICE  person
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Rex, baby, you are our hero! I would love to weigh 126 and it would be a great weight for me...well maybe a bit low, but the point is you have no pain!! My arthritic fingers still bother me, but I think a bit less since the GTD. I agree that we need to see your diet! give us a typical day....
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Do any other Gatherers with arthritis now drink black tea with stevia?
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it all depends on your body s own susceptibility to those.....
you need to see for yourself, like Rex did, not adding night shades to her plan, even if beneficial in her GTD food lists.


''Just follow the book, don't look for magic fixes to get you off the hook. Do the work.'' Dr.D.'98
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Dottie,

I finally had time to sit down and read that blog.. thanks for passing on that great info!

Jayneeo,

ditto on that..  I'd love  to hear anyone's specifics..
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