Board-certified rheumatologist Behnam Khaleghi, MD, focuses on your overall health and not just your symptoms. That’s why he offers anti-inflammatory supplements and alternative treatment methods like the ProLon® diet at Pacific Rheumatology Medical Center in Orange and Laguna Hills, California. To learn how you can reduce inflammation naturally, schedule an appointment online or by phone today.
Vitamins, herbs, and other supplements are a popular and natural way to relieve the pain and symptoms of rheumatic diseases such as arthritis. But with the abundance of supplements available today, deciding which ones are right for you can seem overwhelming.
Dr. Khaleghi conveniently provides supplements in his office so you can be sure you’re taking something recommended for your specific condition. Common supplements that reduce inflammation include:
Depending on your particular needs, he may also recommend vitamin and mineral supplements, such as calcium and vitamin D.
CBD has gained recent acclaim for its ability to relieve pain, reduce inflammation, and promote restful sleep. Though CBD is the second-most prevalent chemical in cannabis, it doesn’t cause the psychoactive effects that tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) does. That means you won’t get high by taking CBD alone.
Studies have found CBD to be a safe and effective treatment for many conditions, such as:
You can use CBD in many forms, including capsules, topical salves, extracts, and edibles. Dr. Khaleghi helps you decide what type of CBD supplement works best for you.
The ProLon fasting mimicking diet is a clinically studied and patented way to improve longevity and reduce symptoms of aging. This five-day diet provides the beneficial effects of fasting while you continue eating food.
In addition to losing weight, the ProLon diet offers the following benefits:
Fasting diets, including intermittent fasting, have been studied for years for their weight loss and cellular renewal benefits. The ProLon diet provides you with a five-day supply of food and supplements to help you complete a fast without starving.
Dr. Khaleghi offers ProLon diet foods and supplements right in his office. After a thorough consultation and physical exam, he lets you know if you’re a good candidate for the ProLon diet.
To learn more about anti-inflammatory supplements and the ProLon diet, call Pacific Rheumatology Medical Center or book an appointment online today.