About The Paddison Program

The Paddison Program is a scientifically proven alternative medicine cure for rheumatoid arthritis. Unlike traditional medicine, which aims to manage symptoms, the program actually treats the underlying cause of rheumatoid arthritis to get rid of the disease entirely. What many people, including traditional physicians, don't know is that rheumatoid arthritis is actually caused by an underlying intestinal disorder.
The intestinal disorder can be referred to as the BLAME. BLAME is an acronym that stands for Bacteria, Leaky gut, Acidosis, Mucosal lining, and Enzymes. These are all different components of the intestinal disorder that causes rheumatoid arthritis.

The bacteria refers to the healthy bacteria that you need in your body. Our program supports these healthy bacteria.

Leaky gut refers to a condition in which undigested particles of food enter the bloodstream through the intestinal walls. This can trigger an autoimmune response that can lead to rheumatoid arthritis.

Acidosis refers to the acidic content of everything that you eat, drink, and breathe. People with RA often have a high degree of alkalization, which needs to be combated with acidosis.

The mucosal lining aspect of the intestinal disorder refers to the disappearance of the mucosal lining of the intestinal wall, which is often seen rheumatoid arthritis. One of the aspects of the program is a re-establishment of this mucosal lining.

People with RA also have very low levels of digestive enzymes, which is another aspect of the underlying intestinal disorder that our program will treat.

The Paddison Program does not require taking any prescription medication. It is a simple and very healthy dietary and lifestyle program that will quickly enable you to recover from your symptoms and reduce or eliminate harmful medication that you were previously on. The Paddison Program is even available for non-western countries, as there are non-Western dietary alternatives that we've picked for the program that will work just as well in treating the symptoms of your rheumatoid arthritis.