Arthritis Pain Diets Can Relieve Joint Pain!
Which Foods Work?
Foods to Include In Your Diet.
So are arthritis pain diets like any other diet? Well it's not a diet in the strict sense of the word but it's foods that might be beneficial and foods that should be avoided.
Now the side benefits of these diets are that you eat nutritious foods that provide you with a well balanced diet. The result being that you should lose weight which helps to relieve joint pain. The foods that should be included in your diet are rich in elements that may help to provide arthritis pain relief.
Foods that should be included in your diet are:
You need foods high in Vitamin A and Vitamin C. All arthritis pain diets should include vegetables
which have these vitamins, foods like brussel sprouts, broccoli, cabbage, spinach, kale, carrots,
squash and sweet potatoes.
Most fruits provide Vitamin C. Some are higher that others - these include kiwi fruit, mango,
cantaloupe melon, peaches, strawberries, blackberries, raspberries. Fruits like apples have
anti-inflammatory properties and should be included in arthritis pain diets.
- Oily Fish
Are high in Vitamin E and Omega 3 essentail fatty acids. As well as helping provide arthritis pain relief they may have benefits in helping to lower cholesterol.
Oily fish are trout, herring, mackeral, sardines, tuna and salmon.
- Pulses and Grain
Should be included in arthritis pain diets. Examples include whole wheat bread, brown rice, lentils and chick peas.
- Nuts and Seeds
Nuts seeds are high in Vitamin E and rich in Omega e fatty acids and are recommended in arthritis pain diets and like oily fish can help in lowering cholesterol. Nuts to include in your arthritis diet are
almonds, brazil nuts and walnuts and seeds should include linseeds, pumpkin and sunflower. Make sure you only use unsalted seeds and nuts and avoid dry roasted nuts.
- Foods that are Anti-Inflammaroty
Apples, garlic, ginger and tumeric.
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