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10 Best Foods That Help Relieve Joint Pain

Joint pain is a condition that is characterized by pain, swelling, and general discomfort in the joints within the body. You may find one particular area of joints on your body is affected or you may have multiple areas that you experience pain in. For some people, the pain comes and goes now and then but for others, it is something that they deal with every single day. If you have severe joint pain then you know just how hard it can be to manage your symptoms and to continue living your life and taking care of all of you responsibilities like you need to. You have probably tried many different strategies in order to alleviate some of the pain that you feel from joint pain. Although there are many types of joint pain there are foods that have the ability to relieve joint pain and we are letting you in on what these foods are!

There is a multitude of information that suggests that omega-3 fatty acids can prevent inflammation within the body and also limit the harshness of some of the symptoms that are associated with diabetes. Scientists at the Center for Genetics, Nutrition and Health, conducted research that suggested that COX-2 enzymes that have the ability to trigger joint inflammation are more active when you are consuming a higher amount of omega-6 than you are omega-3 fatty acids. In order to reduce inflammation start packing in the omega-3 fatty acids.There are also many different types of fish that you can eat for omega-3 fatty acids. However, the types of fish that have the highest amount of omega-3 fatty acids are trout, mackerel, sardines, and salmon.

2. Broccoli
Broccoli is a vegetable that is good for types of joint pain and good for your general health as well. Broccoli, along with cauliflower, and other cruciferous vegetables demonstrated the ability to counteract the development of arthritis.

3. Dairy products
Dairy products are on this list because of the vitamin D that they contain which has the ability to slow down the worsening of side effects associated with arthritis according to a study conducted by Framingham Heart Study. Adding more dairy products that are rich in vitamin D to your diet could cut back on the rate and ability of your arthritis pain to progress and worsen. Some bread contain vitamin D and there are some types of fish that contain vitamin D, but a sure source of this vitamin is in milk, cheese, and yogurt. 

4. Alternative milks
In order to entice consumer to purchase alternative milk many manufacturers will fortify them with just as much vitamin D as dairy milk. If you cannot drink dairy milk due an allergy or just prefer alternative milk look for one that contains high amounts of vitamin D. You can choose from almond, soy, and many other types of alternative milks. 

5. Olive oil
People who pack their diet with olive oil have been known to show a reduction in the pain and stiffness that is associated with arthritis. Olive oil has anti-inflammatory due to the oleic acid that it contains. The oleic acid has polyphenols and omega-3 fatty acids, which are both antioxidants and can decrease inflammation. A fun way to add more olive oil to your weekly diet is to toss your store bought salad dressing and make your own using an olive oil base. You can add in freshly ground salt and pepper along with chili flakes and herbs to give it more flavor. 

6. Ginger
Ginger has been utilized throughout the ages in order to remedy many health problems including common colds, migraines, and even nausea. It can also reduce inflammation in the body thanks to the antioxidants that it contains. You can consume ginger by grating ginger root over your food or even by using natural ginger powder. 

7. Oranges
Vitamin C is a substance that can actually reduce the risk of developing arthritis. Natural sources have been shown to be a much better option than vitamin C supplements because there has been researching that suggests overloading the body with more than the recommended amount may worsen arthritis symptoms. 

8. Mangos
Mangos are a great alternative to oranges. They are also rich in vitamin C. They are also a delicious and exotic citrus fruit for those who aren’t a fan of oranges. 

9. Strawberries
Many berries contain antioxidants that fight inflammation. Strawberries are among those berries.

10.Sweet peppers
Beta-cryptoxanthin is an awesome antioxidant and is abundant in sweet peppers along with carrots. Beta-cryptoxanthin also has the power to reduce the severity of symptoms associated with arthritis.

In Conclusion
If you have arthritis or are seeking to reduce the chance of developing arthritis you should consider adding some of these foods to your daily food intake. Changing your eating habits is one of the most simple ways to counteract arthritis.


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Anonymous wrote 27 months ago:
A Regular diet with above food is more than enough to protect our health. And good life style.

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