Arthritis Diet


There are two kinds of arthritis.
Osteoarthritis – A degenerative condition that often occurs with age. Osteoarthritis causes stiffness and pain in the affected joints. Being overweight can sometimes worsen symptoms due to the greater load on the joints.
Rheumatoid arthritis – an inflammatory condition involving multiple joints. The joints often swell and cause pain. Sometimes the sufferer (typically adult women) will go through periods of remission.
Nutrition to Relieve Arthritis Symptoms
Unfortunately there is conflicting advice regarding diet for arthritis. Despite some clinical trials taking place, many results are considered to be a placebo affect. However there are some guidelines that may help.
Oily fish – such as cod liver oil supplements, tuna, salmon, and sardines.
Vitamin C – found in many foods such as kiwifruit, peaches, oranges.
Vitamin E – Unsalted nuts
Turmeric and ginger – anti-inflammatory foods (use in curries, soups, or stews). day after eating a certain food), you will need to try and isolate the cause.
Take the food out of your diet for a week, and see if you experience the same arthritic symptoms. In order to make any correlation, you will need to do this 3 times