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Are You the Face of Arthritis? – by Ashley Boynes-Shuck


What does arthritis “look like?”

Check out this new initiative from the Arthritis Foundation, “Faces of Arthritis.”

Go blue for World Arthritis Day by purchasing this shirt to show that arthritis has MANY looks, and then share your photo and your story to show the world what “arthritis looks like!”

I’ll be posting more photos soon, so stay tuned!

Stay Well,

Ashley Boynes-Shuck

What’s YOUR weapon against arthritis?

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Arthritis is Unacceptable.

Have a great weekend…


One thought on “Are You the Face of Arthritis? – by Ashley Boynes-Shuck

  1. I have rheumatoid arthritis at the age of 50. I suffered with it for 4 years. In the last 1 year I have change diet to having at least 2 servings of fish a week and adopting paleo diet and having fish broth and bone broth for half a year plus many right supplement of herbs and vitamin I am now free from RA for the last half. My ESR and CRP are now normal. I was on methatrexate but I am off it for 9 months already. Now I am living normal without any ache and pain which is a blessing. So believe that your body can heal but it has to come from within with the right mind and right food for RA suffers. Lots of food we have to live without but if you try it for 3 to 6 months I guarantee it will help. This food, herbs and vitamins are found in butcher and fish shop, fruit and vege shop and health shop and it does not cost much and you will be on the road to recovery. I am now 55 years and I am free from aches and pain for nearly a year now.

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