Osteoarthritis Link To TLR4 Signaling (Endotoxin)

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    Yep, endotoxin is a causative factor in osteoarthritis, periodontal disease, rheumatoid arthritis, CVD, strokes, seizures, etc. Peat has talked about the link in his various KMUD shows and the last one I saw linked on the forum was on rheumatoid arthritis where he also talks about endotoxin, estrogen, and other factors involved in this "autoimmune" disease.
    https://raypeatforum.com/community/threads/kmud-10-21-16-rheumatoid-arthritis.13167/
     
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    I am a perfect case of rheumatoid arthris from food, which for me equals endotoxin. My terrible joint pains started when I was 17. Nobody had a clue. Few years ago completely by chance I discovered that my joints get inflammed from milk and all milk products. It was very dificult to discover, since the reactin starts after 48 hours from consumption. When i gave up milk everything stopped and I was free of pain for almost two years. Unfortunately, about a year ago i started developing the same reaction to new foods. Now it is carrot, gelatine, coffee, and recently something new, which i still cannot identify, but most probably it is a fruit or fruits in general. I wonder if glycine could help, if gelatine is causing pain. I'll give it a try and see what happens. Peating with such restrictions is very hard and very far from really peatarian.
     
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    Intolerance to foods and joint pain are prime symptoms of hypothyroidism. Have you had thyroid checked lately?
     
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    Not lately. Maybe a year ago. Everything was within a norm, and TSH was 0.4. I take one grain of thyroid daily. However my pulse is usually about 65, rarely closer to 70. My temps is 36.9C. My markers for rhuematoid arthris : RF and anty CCP are both elevated. I don't go to doctor any more, because I am not going to take the meds he is prescribing. I cannot find anyone in Poland with an open mind who would be willing to take a wholistic look at my symptoms. I also get angioedema from aspirin( took me years to identify), and suffer from chronic utricaria. No idea from what. Fortunately 1 mg of cypro keeps utricaria at bay. I think it is some systemic autoimmune condition. Just speculating. I am fed up with medical care and their narrow thinking.
     
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