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7 Foods to Help Curb Arthritis Pain

August 02, 2016 in Joint Pain

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People search for remedies for their arthritis everywhere. The do’s and don'ts to ease the swelling and aching pain: natural solutions, pharmaceutical solutions, and professional solutions. What if there was a solution at-home to help to curb inflammation, benefit the joints, encourage a healthy-heart, lower blood pressure, protect against chronic conditions, and manage weight? That solution is on the tip of your tongue. The food you are putting into your body every day could help relieve your arthritis symptoms. Here are 7 foods you can add to your diet to help to ease your arthritis pain.

Fish

Get that salmon on the BBQ. Fish are filled with omega-3 fatty acids, which fight inflammation. Experts suggest you add at least 3-4 ounces of fish, twice a week. Salmon, mackerel, herring, and tuna, can all contribute to a healthy serving of omega-3 fatty acids. Pick up fish oil supplements at your local drug store if you don’t have the time to cook up excessive portions of fish weekly.

Soy

You don’t need to be a vegan or vegetarian to add a little soy into your diet. Soybeans are low in fat, high in protein and fiber, and can be found in tofu or edamame. Soy can also reduce inflammation and is great for individuals that suffer from rheumatoid arthritis.

Extra Virgin Oil

More heart-healthy fats! Grab some extra-virgin oil to add oleocanthal, a natural compound that is considered to be both anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer. Researchers found oleocanthal to be a therapeutic agent in treating inflammatory degenerative joint diseases.

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Broccoli

Broccoli truly is a superfood. Broccoli is rich in a compound called sulforaphane, which has been proven to slow and possibly prevent the progression of osteoarthritis. Not to mention the high content of vitamins K, C, and calcium for strong bones.

Garlic, Onions, & Leeks

This allium food family contain the compound diallyl disulphine, which may limit cartilage-damaging enzymes in human cells and therefore, prevent early osteoarthritis.

Nuts

Nuts (almost) have it all. Protein, calcium, magnesium, vitamin E, alpha linolenic acid (ALA), and fiber. Nuts can help with both osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. They are also great to snack on.

Green Tea

Have a tea in the morning and evening. Green tea is full of antioxidants that reduce inflammation and slow the deterioration of cartilage. Yet another antioxidant in green tea is shown to block the production of molecules that cause joint damage. This is ideal for anyone suffering from rheumatoid arthritis. Get that hot water boiling for your new daily beverage.

Check out the Arthritis Foundation or view our Arthritis page for more information on arthritis.

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Sources:

2016.  Arthritis Foundation. All Rights Reserved. “12 Best Foods for Arthritis.”

2016.  Arthritis Foundation. All Rights Reserved. “Arthritis Diet.”

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