- Add these pain-relieving foods to your diet for arthritis
- Arthritis is a form of rheumatic disease characterised by inflammation and loss of function in some parts of your body. The most common type of arthritis is osteoarthritis, which damages your joints, cartilage and bones and affects over 27 million Americans.
Another type of arthritis is rheumatoid arthritis, which attacks the synovial lining of your joints, causing swelling, pain, stiffness and... ››› more
- [26 June 2017]
- Eat like a caveman to stop the symptoms of your rheumatoid arthritis
- Cutting out carbs and refined sugars stops inflammation in your body. And this is what's causing your symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis in the first place. But it can be hard to do. That's where the benefit of the Paleo diet comes in! Here's how eating like a caveman can help you to overcome your symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis…
Eat only fresh, natural foods to conquer your symptoms of rheuma... ››› more
- [18 March 2014]
- Stick to a Mediterranean diet to ease your symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis
- A diet high in fruit and vegetables and low in saturated fats may be the key to reducing the painful symptoms of your rheumatoid arthritis (RA). The Mediterranean style of eating proves to reduce inflammation in your body, and thereby reduces your occurrence of inflamed, swollen joints! Here are seven steps to changing your diet to go Mediterranean!
Study shows the Mediterranean diet is best fo... ››› more
- [07 March 2014]
- Can a gluten free diet help relieve your symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis?
- Can going gluten free help your rheumatoid arthritis? Researchers from Sweden say that it can… But only if you're susceptible to the inflammation that wheat and other gluten products produce in your system. In other words, people with coeliac disease and gluten intolerance can significantly benefit from an overall gluten free diet. Here's some information on how gluten affects rheumatoid arthrit... ››› more
- [07 March 2014]
- Here's how to cope with your rheumatoid arthritis symptoms naturally
- Symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis (RA) aren't constant and, for many people, the symptoms seem to completely disappear for weeks, only to flare-up all of a sudden. Know how to deal with these symptoms before they arise and you'll have the upper hand when they do. Here's what you can do to get control of your symptoms.
Eat foods that help to ease the symptoms of your rheumatoid arthritis flare-up... ››› more
- [05 March 2014]
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