These Vegan Foods End Rheumatoid Arthritis Pain
Chronic arthritis is bothersome and painful, but nature has a trick up her sleeve when it comes to ending pain so you can have your life back.
A list of food items with proven beneficial effects on the progression and symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis is provided in a new study published in Frontiers in Nutrition. The authors suggest incorporating these foods into the diet daily and consistently to support the management of this debilitating autoimmune disease.
Wild Foods And Fruits And Vegetables Ease Arthritis Pain
The study showed that regular consumption of dietary fiber from vegetables, fruits and wild foods, such as spices, as well as the elimination of foods that cause inflammation and damage, help ease the effects of rheumatoid arthritis. Similarly, taking a quality probiotic may help to reduce the progression and symptoms of the condition
Eliminating Animal Products Is Central To Stopping Inflammation
The study suggests that patients suffering from rheumatoid arthritis should switch from omnivorous diets, drinking alcohol and smoking to a Mediterranean, vegan, or elimination diet to end Rheumatoid arthritis. Rheumatoid arthritis causes pain, swelling, and stiffness in the joints and has a rapid rate of progression in the first few years if undetected.
"Supporting disease management through food and diet does not pose any harmful side effects and is relatively cheap and easy."
Eliminations And Antioxidants Save The Day
Foods highlighted as reducing the progression and symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis are fresh fruit and dried fruits, such as blueberries, and pomegranates, dried fruits such as dried plums, whole grains, and wild foods such as ginger and turmeric, as well herbal teas and limited amounts of specific oils. These foods can provide a range of beneficial healing effects, such as lowering inflammation, reducing joint stiffness and pain, and lowering disease-causing oxidative stress.
"Doctors, physicians and dieticians can use our study to summarize current proven knowledge on the links between certain foods and rheumatoid arthritis.”
— Diet Health (@Diet_Health_en) June 12, 2017