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  1. Saturn Reign

    Amazing informative speech! I aspire to be strong and driven like her!

  2. Ida Hansson

    YEAY! Girly Tomboy. First time I ehard somone else mention this.. eh.. phenomonon. Me and my sister are very boyish in the sence that we are feisty, but we bouth like to dress and act really girly. Acting as not in being but acting.

  3. Dorothee Mages

    she is very wrong on what she recommends on the food spectrum!

  4. Manuel Peterson

    Managing arthritis is simply some thing my husband and I believed we would need to learn how to accept. That was before we tried the arthritis treatment method “Rοngοdο Ruzο” (Google it). This method is, by far, the best thing we`ve ever found for aches and pains, both minor and serious. .

  5. john johny

    I felt all these symptoms, until my parents purchased the special course for me that really works. It was back2lifeagain website. It has really helped me a lot. I’m recommending it bcz I almost don’t feel any pain now

  6. Wissam Boustaji

    I find that changing where you live helps A LOT in curing joint pain. The pain disappears in the mountains, becomes the worst in humid and/or cold climates. I also find that it is crucial to keep your bladder empty all night. Also avoid dairy and meat stock, red meat in general.

  7. kenny ross

    Who’s that guy?

  8. round to vocab mnemonic

    Hey…we all know dat telk us smthing new!

  9. Dominic Tayler

    I cannot say home much I love this arthritis treatment method “Rοngοdο Ruzο” (Google it) product. It will take out the pain and discomfort from my several years old arthritic hands and joints. I use it frequently, not always daily depending on how my joints feel, but I liberally spread this on my fingers and hands and within an hour they`re feeling much better. .

  10. Peter Carter

    She's bigger muscles than me ha 💪

  11. Nadia

    I have RA and I'm 16 I was diagnosed when I was 13

  12. marija

    Wrong title

  13. Rheumatoid Arthritis Eliminators

    Medical research reports published by the US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health, mention a mycoplasma bacterial connection to Rheumatoid Arthritis.

  14. Rheumatoid Arthritis Eliminators

    Doctor McPherson Brown talks about mycoplasma bacterial connection to Rheumatoid Arthritis, right here on YouTube.

  15. Di Dinx

    Too much about other things and not enough on RA.


    I don't understand, she claims we should shop at outer perimeter of grocery store and mentions "produce and meats", shortly after, she says,
    "if it doesn't have a mother than eat it," Isn't that contradictory?

  17. Hanan El-Basel

    Very inspiring! I was diagnosed with RA 16 years ago. I went through s tough stage but been exercising for years. No one would think I have RA. I have good days and some not so good but I move. I am on humira but I try to stay fit and exercise. Does protein affect us ie is if we have too much can it be bad for us?
    I can relate to crawling at my worse to go to toilet. You are literally telling my story lol! I still strength train and exercise six days. I understand what your going through and it’s mind over matter. Good on you! I know I am not alone💪

  18. John Wells

    Skip to 13 minute mark to hear anything about ra. The entire talk can be summed up by eating healthy and exercising. Not really any groundbreaking information on ra

  19. B Rad

    “Comparison is the thief of joy.” Powerful.

  20. Elvira Gomez

    This reminded me of me when I had just given birth to my baby boy and I was 20yrs old, that I was crawling to the kitchen to warm up his formula, now I'm 38 and this is causing me severe fatigue and I'm not able to WORK which is what depresses me the most!!
    I just now discovered the Ketogenic diet and I'm noticing significant much less inflammation and for me, less lower back pain,ankle and especially elbow stiffness and pain!!
    Continue to look for what work best for your body and not , what works for others, get ideas from them but, you are different and you are build different too.

  21. Ridge Vlogs

    12:36 get's to the point of the title.

  22. suhasini p hosur

    Got motivated thank u Britt Ringstrom

  23. Winnie

    Really would have liked to hear more of what you did about the rheumatoid arthritis.

  24. BadgerBotherer1

    I had rheumatoid arthritis in my hands and wrists, which gradually came on over several years until my knuckles were red and swollen and painful and my hands (mainly my left) swift and not very mobile. My grandma had it, and I just thought I was inheriting her condition genetically. I also had other symptoms of coeliac disease, so I decided to try a gluten-free diet. Within three weeks, the arthritis completely went away, and I felt generally better than I had for about twenty years. The arthritis has stayed away ever since, although I get hints of it returning when I occasionally lapse from my gluten-free lifestyle. I assume it won't work for everyone, but definitely trying a gluten-free diet if you have rheumatoid arthritis.

  25. rosemary tennant

    Thank you Britt.
    Seeing you looking so splendid, confident, fit and strong while managing this disease is exactly what I wish I had seen when I was first diagnosed with RA – because when I first went looking (following my diagnosis) for helpful information, it all looked very depressing and my future seemed dire.
    I understand the concerns below about unsubstantiated "fixes" for the disease – the causes of which nobody really yet understands – but think that you acknowledge the assistance you have been receiving from medication and I take some heart from your recommendation for each of us to look at our health in a 360 degree way and work on the areas of our total life (not just joints and pain) that we feel need to be attended to.
    I love your talk.

  26. Muhsina Lalani

    thank you for sharing your story. I thought that I am so young and developed RA, started thinking of myself that I am finished now I see a ray of hope.
    thank you

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  28. Srinu Emani

    Thank you



  30. Just Another Commentator

    This actually helped me alot! RA is hereditary in my family. My grandma has it, my aunt has it, I have it, and no doubt if I have children someday some of them might have it. I was diagnosed with RA when I began 8th grade. I've had my ups and downs with the disease but I never felt so in pain until now. I am now 19 years old and I can never sleep well at night because my whole body is in pain. I did it to myself because of my recklessness. It angers me that I can't eat whatever I want and have to have limits on myself. I plan to beat this naturally.

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