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How Diet Can Improve Your Joints

Thursday, 16 Jun 2011 04:51 PM

Joints are prone to inflammation, therefore a healthy diet is especially necessary to maintain joint health. Appropriate diet plans can help strengthen the joints and ease pain.

The arthritis diet is particularly effective at easing joint pain. The diet emphasizes high-fiber and low-carbohydrate intake. Processed foods, trans-fats, cholesterol, and sugar should be avoided and replaced with natural raw vegetables and fruits, and baked foods. Additionally, whole grains should substitute for white flour or rice.

To reduce joint inflammation, eat lots of turmeric and ginger. Omega-3 fatty acids found in fish and flax seed can help regulate cholesterol levels.

The arthritis diet also facilitates colon cleansing and reduces toxicity in the body.

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