Nutrition recommendations to help Reduce Rheumatic Pain and Inflammatory Conditions


May 18, 2022

 by Nicole Grevelis
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Nutrition recommendations to help Reduce Rheumatic Pain and Inflammatory Conditions

Inflammation is a major component in most Rheumatic pain conditions or Rheumatic dis-eases.

So of course, ingesting foods that reduce inflammation and reducing the consumption of food that contains inflammatory agents are advised.

Here are some simple dietary shifts that may help reduce rheumatic conditions:


 

THINGS YOU SHOULD BE EATING MORE OF TO REDUCE RHEUMATISM

*Beans
*Fish/Olive/Walnut oils
*Broccoli
*NON-GMO or Certified Organic Rapeseed oil.
*Citrus Fruits
*Ginger
*Green Tea

The fat in these types of food, omega-3-poly-unsaturated fat or omega-9-poly-unsaturated fat, reduces inflammation.

You should also eat a lot of vegetables since these also make a body chemistry that reduces inflammation.

 


THINGS YOU SHOULD DECREASE CONSUMPTION OF:

*Refined carbohydrates
*Fried foods
*Soda and other sugar-sweetened beverages.
*Red meat (burgers, steaks) *Processed meat (hot dogs, sausage)
*Margarine, shortening, and lard.
*Soy & corn oils
*Salt
*Most pre-made & packaged foods
*Meats cooked with a high heat factor

Bread, cereals, and products made of corn can also increase the inflammatory response, especially if they contain wheat.
Wheat can cause inflammation in the intestines called Celiac Disease and may also trigger inflammation­čśî



Take home note:
Less processed foods
More home-made meals
More vegetables

"Although there's no "RA diet" that treats the condition, some foods can lower inflammation in your body. And because they're good for you, these foods -- including fruits and vegetables, whole grains, olive oil, and fish -- may help you feel better overall.

 

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Much Health,

Nicole G. & #teamEWB