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5 Common Foods That Can Help With Joint Pain
There is no known cure for arthritis, but you can make the pain in your joints lessen with proper nutrition. Many everyday foods actually have their own anti-inflammatory agents that can help you ease the pain. You can fight joint pain with these 5 common foods.
Fish are a great source of Omega-3s and Vitamin D. Omega-3s decrease the production of chemicals from inflammation in your body. Vitamin D helps to prevent sore joints and swelling. Sardines, salmon and mackerel are the best fish for Omega-3s. Herring, salmon and mackerel have some of the highest level of Vitamin D in fish.
Did you know 3 tablespoons of extra-virgin olive oil is like taking 1/10 of a dose of ibuprofen? Tiny changes in your diet add up to fight joint pain. Olive oil produces natural anti-inflammatory agents in your body. It is rich in polyphenols that include antioxidants and anticoagulants. One tablespoon each day is great to combat arthritis. Substitute olive oil instead of butter when cooking to get in your recommended daily dose.
Berries are perfect because you can eat them in smoothies, by themselves or on salads. Berries have Vitamin C and fight free radicals. Inflammation produces these cell-damaging molecules that lead to your joint pain. Some antioxidants have been shown to relieve pain and slow down the wear and tear of your joints. Vitamin C also helps in the formation of collagen. 200 to 500 milligrams a day may help your body fight the pain.
Green tea is full of natural anti-inflammatory compounds. The antioxidant compounds in the brew lower the severity of arthritis. Decaffeinated green tea is not as successful in fighting joint pain as the caffeinated version.
Spices: Ginger and Turmeric
Spices are easy to sneak in your food without overwhelming the taste. Some spices contain phytonutrients that often have anti–inflammatory effects. Curry powder contains both turmeric and ginger. Ginger has chemicals that work just like some over the counter anti-inflammatory medications.
Try to integrate these foods into your diet, or if you prefer, all of the beneficial compounds found in these foods are available in supplement forms. Absorbine Jr wishes you success in finding the relief you’re looking for!
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