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Certain “bad bacteria” gut microbes have been linked to rheumatoid arthritis. Probiotic-rich foods like kefir, kombucha, kimchi, yogurt and sauerkraut help protect good bacteria in the gut and contribute to a stronger overall gut microbial barrier, which reduces inflammation long-term. While there is no specific “diet” that people with rheumatoid arthritis (RA), should follow, researchers have identified certain foods that can help control inflammation. Many of them are found in the so-called Mediterranean diet, which emphasizes fish, vegetables and olive oil, among other staples.
2. Get Fishy. While there’s no miracle diet for arthritis, fortunately, many foods can help fight inflammation and improve joint symptoms. For starters, a diet rich in fruits, vegetables, fish, nuts and beans but low processed foods and saturated fat, is not only great for overall health, but can also help manage disease activity. Certain diets are naturally high in anti-inflammatory foods. The Mediterranean diet is an excellent example.
According to the Arthritis Foundation, this regional diet can help reduce inflammation. Diet won’t cure rheumatoid arthritis (RA), but the right food choices can help by controlling the inflammation that wreaks havoc in the body, delivering nutrients your body needs and helping you maintain a healthy weight. That’s important because excess weight adds to pressure on achy joints and can make certain RA meds less effective.
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. The Role of Your Diet If you want to reduce inflammation, eat fewer inflammatory foods and more anti-inflammatory foods. Base your diet on. What you can do: Cut out candies, processed foods, white flour baked goods, and sodas to reduce your arthritis pain.
Dairy products Dairy products. Dairy Elimination Diet. Anecdotally, some people with arthritis and related conditions find that avoiding certain foods can reduce flares.
For others, dietary choices don’t seem to make much difference. To find out if you’re sensitive to cow’s milk, you might consider an elimination diet. The Arthritis Diet. A smart arthritis diet should be full of anti-inflammatory foods.Here are the top foods you should consume.
1. Omega-3 Foods Numerous scientific studies demonstrate that dietary omega-3 fatty acids can help to reduce inflammation in the body. Wild-caught fish, including benefit-packed salmon, is your No. 1 food of choice.
After that, grass-fed beef, flaxseeds, chia seeds.
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