"For optimal longevity, we need to integrate lifestyle changes with pharmaceutical treatments, rather than blindly assume that all a patient needs is more medication," says Joyal.
In addition to doctor-prescribed treatments, Life Extension researchers have scoured medical literature, finding several nutrients help support health in rheumatoid arthritis patients. Those nutrients include fish oil, krill oil blend, gamma linolenic acid vitamin D, vitamin B6, green tea extract, quercetin and folate.
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