A Quick Reference Guide To Joint Pain...
By Dr. Jo And Kay Martin-Brownlie

For those who prefer an e-book or paper back edition instead of using a web-site, my site has been made into a book that you can purchase through Amazon on the link below...

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Included and exclusive to the book are several simple, raw food recipes designed to combat joint pain...

I have found through 20 years of practice that it is commonplace to take supplements, but not be aware of the profound effect certain foods can have on already damaged joints. I have found that the key is to use foods that are not only inoffensive to your system, but medicinal in combatting inflammation...

What you will find with this handful of recipes is that these are simple, whole foods, prepared in an easy way that will make all of the difference. The key is in the simplicity, and this simplicity can still be very tasty...! 

They are also cost effective. Treating your joints does not have to be hugely expensive; I could have included all kinds of supplemental ingredients, but you would be looking at more expense; which you can add as you continue to  learn about what causes the inflammation associated with joint pain...

Here is the link below; one is for the Kindle Edition and the other is paperback...

And,  thanks for helping to keep this website live for people who use it world wide!

Disclaimer – This is information on joint pain. I teach, but I do not diagnose, prescibe or treat people who contact me. You are responsible for your condition using your own best judgement combined with what you have learned. Just a heads up - bodies carry unusual differences from time to time, in saying that, you could be one of those rare and unusual beings; if you are in doubt, please contact a physician in your area, so you can rule it out.

Move Freely and Knowledgeably and Be Well!

Dr. Jo

P.S...    “Greater certainty of your condition alone can be a powerful form of pain relief.”