Is Jello Water a Healthy Alternative Treatment for Autoimmune Inflammation?

If any of you have terrible (autoimmune)  inflammation, I just drank four packs of jello water, two last night, the other two today and I must say it took a lot of my inflammation down, the pain and swelling were unbearable now it’s bearable. I used Grape flavored Jello and instead of putting it in the refrigerator to set I drank it. You can get flavorless jello and add fruit juice to it and drink it that way too. Give it a try; my guess is I’ll have to drink jello water daily to beat this, so far so good. My only concern here is if it’s healthy to drink it every day?

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    There are much healthier ways to bring down inflammation. Jell-O is loaded with sugar which breeds inflammation throughout the body. Artificial sweeteners do even more damage. You can get natural collagen supplements at health food stores. A good quality omega 3 supplement and curcumin are also effective natural anti-inflammatories. I would suggest heading to a local health food store and talking to their staff for options. This Jell-O water may make you feel good now, but doing this long-term is not going to help and will only serve to make matters worse.

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      It works for her. Maybe there is a healthier alternative but gelatin is different from the three supplements you mention.

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    You want the collagen. Yes, flavorless jello will work. What I am saying is jello flavorless or not has a lot of additional ingredients and additives. A collagen supplement is just the collagen. If you suffer from inflammation, the supplements just cut out added crap to your body.

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      Collagen makes my eyes swell badly… I was taking Youtheory Collagen 1,2&3 and when I googled side effects, swelling of the face and throat were just 2 of the side effects with many more followed. My tongue felt like I had fire ants on it for over 2 weeks and I didn’t put 2 & 2 together at 1st.

      It’s gluten… dairy… soy free… I’m still swollen and I stopped it over a week ago. I had just started it and was only on it for about a week and knew it had to be from that because that was the only thing I newly introduced but yet I’m ok with bone broth… is powder form different from tablets?

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        Doesn’t bone broth do the same thing as jello? I’m willing to try anything to get well. I have a severe case of tendentious, I’ve fully ruptured two tendons and five partial ruptures and I can’t believe my feet don’t hurt as bad, they ache but down hurt and this is all after drinking jello 12 & 24 hours ago, I’m literally beside myself!

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    My grandma used to make us jello water when we were sick as kids. It always made us feel better. Actually, now that I think about it the other thing I realized soup broth was actually bone broth. Amazing that 30+ years ago people are healing themselves like this.

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    I use marine collagen peptides from Amazon in my tea every morning, for autoimmune gastritis. I also add it to my salad dressing every night. Tasteless, non-thickening, non-GMO, sourced from red snapper scales off the coast of Hawaii. It has stopped the constant nausea and most of the pain in my stomach after 6 weeks. I also have Josh axes pure chicken bone broth every day, and am on AIP (autoimmune protocol diet) completely. Also, have SFN, and that is better too!

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    Magnesium helps me a lot. I take 800 mg. Daily. Our body needs 1200mg daily. Build up your dose slowly as it can cause a laxative effect, buts it’s very relaxing for the body and mind. I order from Swanson vitamin. There is also a powder called calm you can buy in many stores. You mix it with water or juice and drink it. Ask your pharmacist about magnesium supplements in the pharmacy. Good luck!

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