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Why Do Plant-Based Diets Help Rheumatoid Arthritis?


“Warum pflanzliche Ernährung
bei Rheumatoider Arthritis hilft” Rheumatoide Arthritis ist
eine chronische systemische Autoimmunerkrankung die Millionen betrifft, gekennzeichnet durch anhaltende
Schmerzen und Steifheit, und progressive Gelenkzerstörung – besonders in den Händen und Füßen,
was zu lähmenden Deformitäten führt. Was können wir tun, um es
zu verhindern und zu behandeln? In einer berühmten 13 Monate langen
randomisierten kontrollierten Studie mit pflanzlichen Diäten
gegen rheumatoide Arthritis, wurden die Patienten für dreieinhalb
Monate vegan ernährt und dann auf eine Ei-freie laktovegetarische Ernährung
für den Rest der Studie umgestellt. Verglichen mit der Kontrollgruppe,
die ihre Ernährung überhaupt nicht änderte, hatte die pflanzliche Gruppe deutlich weniger Morgensteifigkeit
innerhalb des ersten Monats, und halbierte die Anzahl
der Stunden mit Gelenksteifheit. Schmerzen fielen von 10 auf 5 von
zu weniger als 3 aus 10. Behinderungen waren reduziert. Sie berichteten,
dass sie sich subjektiv besser fühlten, mit signifikant verbesserter
Griffstärke in ihren Händen, weniger schmerzempfindliche Gelenke,
weniger Schmerzempfindligkeit pro Gelenk, und weniger Schwellungen, mit dem zusätzlichen Vorteil
etwa 13 Pfund abgenommen zu haben und dieses Gewicht
über das ganze Jahr zu halten. Entzündungsmarker
sanken auch in ihrem Blut, Blutsenkungsreaction, C-reaktives Protein,
Anzahl der weißen Blutkörperchen. Die Frage ist: “Warum?”. Was hat Ernährung mit entzündlichen
Gelenkerkrankungen zu tun? Nun, rheumatoide Arthritis
ist eine Autoimmunerkrankung, in dem dein Körper den Schutzmantel
deiner eigenen Gelenke angreift. Warum macht er das? Nun, es gibt eine andere
Autoimmunerkrankung: rheumatisches Fieber, wobei der Körper sein eigenes Herz angreift. Nochmal, warum tut er sowas? Nun, es scheint ein “Beschuss
der eigenen Truppen” zu sein. Rheumatisches Fieber wird durch
eine Halsentzündung verursacht, durch ein Bakterium, das ein Protein hat, welches einem Protein in unserem
Herzen furchtbar ähnlich ist. Wenn unser Immunsystem also
die Strepbakterien angreift, greift es auch unsere Herzklappen an, und löst einen Autoimmunangriff
durch “molekulare Mimik” aus. Das Protein auf den Strep-Bakterien
ahmt das Protein in unserem Herzen nach, verwirrt unseren Körper
und greift beide an. Deshalb ist es entscheidend,
eine Halsentzündung sofort zu behandeln um zu verhindern, dass unser Herz
im Kreuzfeuer gefangen wird. Also dachten die Forscher
das rheumatoide Arthritis vielleicht auch durch eine Infektion
ausgelöst werden könnte. Ein Hinweis darauf,
wo man anfing zu suchen war die Tatsache, dass Frauen
rheumatoide Arthritis scheinbar dreimal häufiger als Männer bekommen. Welche Art von Infektion bekommen
Frauen öfter als Männer? Harnwegsinfektion. Also begannen die Forscher den Urin von Rheumatoiden Arthritis
Leidenen zu testen und siehe da, man fand diese Bakterien,
die Proteus Mirabilis heissen. Nicht genügend davon, um Symptome
einer HWI zu verursachen, aber genug, um eine
Immunreaktion auszulösen. Und tatsächlich gibt es
ein Molekül in den Bakterien, mit grosser Ähnlichkeit zu unseren
eigenen Molekülen in den Gelenken, so dass Anti-Proteus-Antikörper
gegen die Bakterien versehentlich unsere eigenen
Gelenkgewebe beschädigen, was schließlich zur Gelenkzerstörung führt. Daher sollten therapeutische
Interventionen mit dem Ziel diese Bakterien vom Körper
des Patienten zu entfernen, mit konsequenter Reduzierung
von Antikörpern gegen den Organismus zu einer Minderung der Entzündung führen. Nun, wie wir schon gesehen haben, Harnwegsinfektionen stammen aus Fäkalien. Die Bakterien gelangen
vom Rektum in die Blase. Und wie könnte man die Bakterien
im Dickdarm ändern? Durch eine Ernährungsumstellung. Einige der ersten Studien
vor über 20 Jahren, die versuchten die Darmflora eines Menschen
grundlegend zu wechseln wurden mit rohen veganen
Diäten veranstaltet, mit dem Gedanken, das es fundamental anders als die typische westliche Ernährung ist. Und tatsächlich innerhalb
von Tagen konnte man die Darmflora deutlich verändern. Und wenn man rheumatoide Arthritis-Patienten
auf diese Art von Diät umstellt, erlebten sie eine Linderung.
Und größere Verbesserungen waren mit einer größeren Veränderung
ihrer Darmflora verbunden. Aber die Diät wurde als
unerträglich empfunden, so dass die Hälfte der Patienten es nicht
weiterführen konnten und es abbrachen, vielleicht weil sie versuchten, den Leuten Buchweizen-Rote-Bete-Schnitzel
mit Mandelbutter und fermentierten Kokosnuss Saft
zu servieren. Verzeihung, nicht Kokosnuss; das wäre vielleicht gut gewesen.
Es war Gurkensaft. Zum Glück funktioniert es auch mit
normalen vegetarischen und veganen Diäten, die die Darmflora verändern und
Rheumatoide Arthritis lindern. Aber bislang hatten wir keine
ausdrückliche Bestätigung, dass pflanzliche Diäten die
Anti-Proteus-Antikörper reduzieren. Diejenigen, die auf die pflanzliche
Ernährung reagierten, zeigten einen signifikanten Rückgang
der Anti-Proteus mirabilis-Antikörper im Vergleich zur Kontrollgruppe. Vielleicht hat es einfach die Immunabwehr
auf allen Ebenen abgeschwächt? Nein, Antikörperwerte gegen
andere Bakterein blieben gleich. Also man vermutet,
dass die Gemüse Diät die Harn- oder Darmbakterien reduzierte. Eine Umstellung von Allesfresser
zu einer vegetarischen Diät hat einen entscheidenen Einfluss
auf die Zusammensetzung unseres Urins, zum Beispiel höhere Lignanenwerte im Urin bei Vegetarier. Bisher dachte man nur, dass sie Menschen die oft Vegan assen
vor Krebs geschützt sein würden. Aber jetzt wissen wir auch das Lignane auch antimikrobielle Eigenschaften haben und dabei helfen, Proteus aus
unserem System zu entfernen. So oder so, eine neue Therapie empfehlt sich für die Behandlung von rheumatoider Arthritis. Diese neue Behandlung
umfasst Anti-Proteus-Maßnahmen mit diätetischen Manipulationen
einer vegetarischen Ernährung.

Randall Smitham

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54 COMMENTS

  1. atripto cambodia Posted on May 13, 2015 at 5:23 pm

    Until now!

    Reply
  2. Paddison Program Posted on May 13, 2015 at 11:55 pm

    Absolutely brilliant work as always – thanks once again Dr Gregor. I will share with my RA audience

    Reply
  3. Ernie Blenkinsop Posted on May 14, 2015 at 11:10 pm

    It would not be surprising if this general mechanism where behind many other afflictions.

    Reply
  4. dogfight156 Posted on May 16, 2015 at 12:11 am

    great vid!

    Reply
  5. Ziba Posted on May 17, 2015 at 9:28 pm

    Amazing!! Makes sense from what I saw so far from people who are suffering, they all had long standing problems with urinary tract infection.

    Reply
  6. NutritionFacts.org Posted on May 17, 2015 at 11:06 pm

    Rheumatoid arthritis may be caused by a UTI bug that could be affected by dietary changes.

    Watch below or click the link to watch on NutritionFacts.org: http://nutritionfacts.org/video/why-do-plant-based-diets-help-rheumatoid-arthritis

    Reply
  7. Lauren Saunders Posted on May 18, 2015 at 11:29 pm

    I went vegan after months of research into how I could relieve my RA symptoms and it has had a profound effect on my pain levels. I talk a lot about it on my channel.

    Thank you for making this video!!

    Reply
  8. Katherine Martรญnez Posted on June 14, 2015 at 4:14 pm

    Hi Dr. Greger,
    I'm looking for what conventional doctors are calling a โ€œmiracleโ€ for my 70y/o mother who suffers from advanced rheumatoid arthritis, migraines, peripheral neuropathy(non-diabetic, doctors donโ€™t know what caused it, but she now needs a walker), possible gluten allergy, all kinds of food allergies (dating back to when she was a little girl), TIAsโ€ฆand the list goes on. ย 
    For decades, she's been nothing more than a guinea pig to conventional doctors, who just treat the symptoms and NEVER attempt to address the cause (in my opinion leaky gut IS the root cause of all her ailments). ย Anyhow, she's now on prednisone, yet again as the latest RA med seems to no longer be masking the symptoms. ย 
    Unfortunately, she has Medicare/Medicaid, which has prevented her from seeing an ND in Rhode Island. ย Iโ€™ve managed to get her off dairy and red meat and am trying to move her to a full plant-based diet. ย However, she also as diverticulitis and bean allergies (along with a long list of other foods, possibly even nightshades), which makes it extremely difficult.
    She's been in and out of the hospital and no longer has a primary as he has left the practice (not that I think heโ€™d help anyway. Her Rheumatologist already told her he doesnโ€™t know what else to do for her). ย I am aware of the Washington D.C. Med Center that PCRM is opening in November, but I fear that her health is beginning to spiral down rapidly because of the RA and continuous prednisone prescriptions (she is now suffering from daily, consistent, fever & chills from RA. ย Her joints are extremely swollen now. Sheโ€™s having daily migraines, and is now on an antibiotic for her first ever UTI.). ย I truly do feel that her health could drastically improve, if not reverse, with a plant-based dietary regime and cleanse/detox to start. ย 
    I, however, am no expert and know that she needs to do that with the guidance of a certified medical professional, who needs to have a good understanding of ALL her allergies. ย 
    With that said, I am looking for some guidance as she needs help ASAP! Anything you can recommend… Doctors or PCRM.org type MDs in the New England area? What Blood test/panels should I request the doctor perform? Treatments? ANY other suggestions or resources would be truly appreciated! ย 
    Thanks in advance
    ย ~ Katherine

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  9. ู…ุฑุงุฏ ุงู„ุฌุฒุงุฆุฑูŠ Posted on December 8, 2015 at 9:46 pm

    hi everyone ,if anyone else is searching for
    treating rheumatoid arthritis
    try Knewreck Arthritis Treatment Guide (should be on google have a look ) ? Ive heard some extraordinary things about it and my mate got amazing results with it.

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  10. cenginator Posted on March 4, 2016 at 7:17 pm

    plants are cool.
    dead animals are also cool.
    no problem right here.

    Reply
  11. truvelocity Posted on March 19, 2016 at 12:51 am

    My husband's cousin was diagnose with RH and he eats meat and high fat and does not eat starch and has been in remission ever since. My daughter was diagnosed with RH and she got rid of certain plant foods and eats both meat and certain plant foods and her RH symptoms went into remission.

    Reply
  12. C Golden Posted on March 23, 2016 at 1:49 am

    In addition to dietary changes, is there a way to fight Proteus directly? Something like oil of oregano or other natural antimicrobials?

    Reply
  13. Fliskography Posted on March 31, 2016 at 2:02 am

    What about thyroid imbalance or diseases? or that women have a reproductive system different from men. Menstruation and even hormone problems. I know this is research but i don't believe UTI is just the single issue to causing or help producing RA. Maybe everyone is unique in their chronic illness and diseases to how they started the symptoms?

    Reply
  14. Jorgie Posted on April 5, 2016 at 5:21 am

    REQUEST: CHINESE subtitles. It could really help out some people i know who have no knowledge of English whatsoever. Some of Dr. Greger's vids have chinese subs which is really great. I hope more will come in the future. My gratitude goes out to the people who invest their time to do this.

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  15. MyMonkeyMinions Posted on April 27, 2016 at 6:10 am

    Wow! Mind blown. I was diagnosed after I had my third c-section. After this horrible surgery I contracted a vicious uti and I felt it never went away after treatments. I wonder if that is why sometimes antibiotics treatments help some RA patients.

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  16. ELIAKIM Joseph Sophia Posted on May 18, 2016 at 11:54 am

    Although it has been found that people with RA and Sjogren's usually have a B6 deficiency.

    Reply
  17. Janak Chakraborty Posted on November 14, 2016 at 8:41 am

    Shall try this for a couple of months, and then switch over permanently.

    Reply
  18. RANDOLPH TORRES Posted on January 17, 2017 at 3:19 pm

    THANKSGIVING

    Reply
  19. Cody Arndt Posted on January 31, 2017 at 5:10 am

    I have had strep but not UTI. Any thoughts on my RA. I've also thought, I had two types of pneumonia when I was a baby. Curious to learn more to manage this better.

    Reply
  20. Brighde Reed Posted on March 18, 2017 at 1:46 am

    This was very timely. I am trying to encourage my friend to give WFPB a try. She is suffering from very painful RA! ๐Ÿ™‚ THANK YOU FOR ALL THE WORLD YOU DO!!!!!

    Reply
  21. blueberry11051 Posted on March 31, 2017 at 7:37 pm

    Great video. Thank you so much Dr. Greger.

    Reply
  22. Tharun Sonti Posted on April 3, 2017 at 12:45 am

    Dr.McDougall has a great vid about this too walking through the research and his experience with patients. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ldsMEHV8OxI John McDougall, MD – Inflammatory Arthritis

    Reply
  23. last day Posted on May 20, 2017 at 12:30 am

    very interesting fascinating how the scientist where able to decipher the thing about the molecule and the mimickry

    Reply
  24. susan brandt Posted on May 24, 2017 at 3:23 pm

    I am always fascinated by everything this doctor explains! I eat a WFPB diet now but does this type of eating also help with osteoarthritis?

    Reply
  25. Izabel ะšud Posted on May 30, 2017 at 5:18 pm

    Neck pain and disintegrating discs on my back have already been an issue for me. I have also arthritis. This arthritis treatment solution http://www.healthighway.com/m0pp
    helps me eliminate the pain on my neck, back, and sides. This will help me do my daily work without disruptions. With help from proper diet and also prevention of inflammation-causing food, your condition will enhance a lot.

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  26. nellievance Posted on June 27, 2017 at 1:32 am

    Omg this makes sense! I used to get chronic UTI and then accidentally discovered my vegan diet relieved my joint pain but had no idea they were connected. Amazing!

    Reply
  27. rolom3 Posted on July 22, 2017 at 9:57 am

    I'm 21 and I've been on a WFPB diet for 9 months after 2 years on a normal vegan diet. Somehow I have developed arthritis symptoms in the past 3 months. I don't eat gluten by the way. I'm really confused and upset.

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  28. Robert Ansiel Posted on August 24, 2017 at 7:22 pm

    I have had RA for 4 years now and am finally off all meds for 7 weeks now. Except nsaids just to bridge the gap. Just started vegan diet and wanted to know if drinking WINE is ok? Not a lot but like a glass a day. I'm 33 yrs old male and weigh about 170

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  29. Lena Barber Posted on September 15, 2017 at 5:14 am

    This plan, โ€œsowo hope siteโ€ (Google it), has made it easy for me to drop the extra fat faster than I ever before expected. Simply Google "sowo hope site" and read all the details.

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  30. Abraham Petit Posted on September 16, 2017 at 3:24 pm

    Thanks Doc, I always though that RA and nutrition goes hand in hand

    Reply
  31. Picco bow Posted on September 21, 2017 at 4:39 pm

    DR Gregor where can I get studies and data that Chemo and radiation do NOT HELP ANYONE but do more harm than good?

    Reply
  32. Elizabeth Posted on October 3, 2017 at 4:31 pm

    Already vegan and being diagnosed with RA..

    Reply
  33. Judy FIELDS DAVIS Posted on October 8, 2017 at 7:18 pm

    Thanks so much!

    Reply
  34. Kathleen Padilla Posted on November 16, 2017 at 12:53 am

    My cousin introduced me on the diet plan called โ€œsowo hope siteโ€ (Google it). This is a diet plan that extremely works. In the beginning I was a bit skeptical in 2 weeks Iโ€™ve already lost over 14 pounds. Anybody who wishes to eliminate some serious excess fat without doing harm to the body simply has to try โ€œsowo hope siteโ€. Google it today!

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  35. heliotropicsquirrel Posted on December 10, 2017 at 7:20 pm

    Incredibly insightful!

    Reply
  36. Paul Deadman Posted on January 8, 2018 at 10:10 am

    I went vegan because I was getting severe pain in my left hip ( I already had arthritis in my lower back). I was taking the max dose of Ibuprofen with the max dose of Paracetamol 4 times a day. Within 1 week of going vegan the pain in my hip had gone and I was off the medication. After 5 months of going vegan I feel great but still have some lesser pain in my lower back (it has been a long term condition). Anyone starting to get arthritis should seriously consider a vegan diet.

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  37. Bernie Burns Posted on January 29, 2018 at 8:25 am

    What if youโ€™re vegan and still suffer from arthritis? ๐Ÿ™

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  38. The Gel Posted on March 11, 2018 at 7:03 am

    I'm surprised you don't have more subscribers.

    Reply
  39. Louise M-D Posted on April 4, 2018 at 1:43 am

    autoimmune is really the body attacking only sick n poisoned cells,like yeast infected cells or mucus membranes of the heart valves

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  41. Derek Miao Posted on June 26, 2018 at 8:43 pm

    Thank you for sharing this information; I just wish I knew it sooner.

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  42. Carmen Torres Posted on July 1, 2018 at 11:55 pm

    After I was diagnosed with severe crippling RA 14 years ago, I became a gluten-free vegan. And I do not have any severe deformity of my joints, no pain, no stiffness or achiness…I feel great. I wake up alert and ready to go through the day, I work hard, I exercise 3 times a week, I do yoga 4 times a week and I walk every day up to 3 miles. I am very active and enjoying my days, one day at a time. Every 3 months I go into the raw diet for a month (no cooked food) to cleanse and detoxify my body of all impurities from food…I then feel renewed again and even better than I did before I went raw. If anyone is diagnosed with RA, please try to go vegan for 2 to 3 weeks only and you will see the change it does to your body, believe me, you will never go back to eating what you ate before. Always remember…live food, live body!

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  43. Susan Holthouser Posted on July 28, 2018 at 7:46 pm

    What about psoriatic arthritis? I'm sure diet affects it too.

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  44. Jerjay Jim Posted on November 13, 2018 at 11:26 am

    This is just awesome. I'm glad i found this. Thank you so much.

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  45. Proverbs31 Woman Posted on November 14, 2018 at 11:55 am

    ๐Ÿ‘good info! Thanks!

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  46. Rapa_Pham Posted on February 6, 2019 at 9:03 am

    Good Day Dr. How about patient with Gout or those with high Uric Acid.. ?
    Since Legumes ,Some Veg. (cauliflower) and Beans have a moderate amount of Purine
    Should we still recommend it to our patient?
    However beef and pork are not included in the category w/high purine nor moderate
    That's why they opt to choose to eat lean red meat

    Hope for your response ๐Ÿ™‚ I'm a big fan of yours ๐Ÿค—๐Ÿ˜‰

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  47. AL'mighty Jr Posted on February 9, 2019 at 10:55 pm

    Does anybody know if fish can make it worse? I been eating fruits and juicing I get better sometimes but someday I still have a good amount of inflammation. I eat fish 3 times a week and itโ€™s cooked in virgin oil.

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  48. lloyd909988 Posted on March 1, 2019 at 1:35 pm

    I had the exact same response going to a low carb Keto diet with lots of meat and saturated fats. I feel great on this diet.

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  49. Naomi May - Sustainable Prepper Posted on May 2, 2019 at 8:53 pm

    OMG! I have RA and I used to get a whole lot of urinary tract infections. I am plant based now and am not getting the infections anymore.

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  50. Mrs. Roper Posted on June 2, 2019 at 6:45 pm

    the only thing that helps my arthritis is getting non-humid weather.

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  51. John Smithy Posted on July 10, 2019 at 12:55 am

    It sounds like the problem could be alleviated another way – by preventing the spread of the offending organism, Proteus mirabilis, from the anus to the urethra . So showering after bm may be enough.

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  52. Philip Brown Posted on August 24, 2019 at 1:12 am

    its fascinating to me how most people will not heed this science

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