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- Website: Johns Hopkins Arthritis Center
- Resource type: Article
Summary - The message of this resource is:
There is not clear evidence to show that diet changes benefit people with rheumatoid arthritis. Follow a healthy, balanced diet and avoid long term elimination diets and processed foods. Avoid foods which trigger your own symptoms.
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Rated on: 2/21/2017 4:30:07 PM
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