FAQ

Is The Paddison Program Scientifically Proven?

Unlike some alternative medicine treatments for rheumatoid arthritis, dietary approaches like ours are scientifically proven to be effective. In fact, traditional medicine approaches are only proven to be moderately effective at managing symptoms and do not actually treat the underlying intestinal causes of the disease. More scientific proof for a dietary approach to curing rheumatoid arthritis continues to come in as more studies are conducted.

When Will I See Results?

Every person is different, and their bodies will react differently to our program. However, you may begin to see significant improvements in your symptoms after just a few days. If this doesn't happen, don't worry. It may take a few weeks for you to see significant improvements.

Will The Program Help With My Pain And Swelling?

Many people who struggle with rheumatoid arthritis are eager to get rid of the severe pain and swelling that they experience on a daily basis. This is why many people turn to medications with harmful side effects like steroids and narcotic painkillers. Thankfully, our dietary program will help considerably with your pain and swelling.

My RA Symptoms Are Quite Severe. Will I Still See Results?

Many people with severe symptoms have seen significant improvement while following our program. Even people who have struggled with severe RA for many years have seen impressive reductions in their symptoms after being on our program for only a couple of weeks. This is even true of RA sufferers who have stopped getting relief from painkillers and steroids.

Will I Have To Adjust My Medications Before Starting?

The vast majority of people who try the Paddison Program are already on medication for RA. It's natural for people in this situation to worry about the effect that our program may have on their medication. However, our program serves as more of a health guide. It is not intended to replace traditional treatments, even though many people are able to reduce the amount of RA medication they have to take when they follow our health guide.