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Hello! My grandfather has arthritis. Although he is under regular treatment I think that his symptoms became worse in last few months. We tried to change his nutrition but he didn’t like it at all. He likes to eat meat most of all and we couldn’t do anything about it. Now, we are trying with additional vitamins and I would like to know if vitamin D helps with arthritis.

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Hello! It has been shown that vitamin D helps protect women against rheumatoid arthritis. It is helpful in arthritis and I think the best way is to take it naturally - only a few minutes of unprotected sun exposure will work well for your grandfather. Natural therapies can improve many cases of arthritis, so you may try with some simple natural remedy since your grandfather already refused to change his habits.
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