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3 Changes in Your Diet Can Help Your Arthritis Symptoms

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No special diet can make your arthritis go away, says rheumatologist Scott Burg, DO. But focusing on certain foods may help relieve your symptoms. Discover which ones below:

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3 Changes in Your Diet Can Help Your Arthritis Symptoms

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No special diet can make your arthritis go away, says rheumatologist Scott Burg, DO. But focusing on certain foods may help relieve your symptoms. Discover which ones below:

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3 Changes in Your Diet Can Help Your Arthritis Symptoms

Tap or click to discover which foods can help you.    Food will not fix the problem but can improve it.

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3 Changes in Your Diet Can Help Your Arthritis Symptoms

Tap or click to discover which foods can help you

No special diet can make your arthritis go away, says rheumatologist Scott Burg, DO. But focusing on certain foods may help relieve your symptoms. Discover which ones below:

FRESH FRUITS & VEGGIES
Produce is packed with inflammation-fighting nutrients:•  Cruciferous veggies•  Cherries & berries
What you may not know:Research hasn’t proven a diet rich in vitamin C will ease arthritis symptoms. But you’ll keep your weight down & feel better
OMEGA-3 FAT
What you may not know:Omega-6 fats, in red meat and vegetable oils (like corn & sunflower), increase inflammation.
Healthy omega-3 fats reduce inflammation:•  Wild salmon / freshwater fish•  Flaxseed•  Olive oil
VITAMIN D
What you may not know:Taking D3 supplements when vitamin D levels are low can potentially lessen osteoarthritis pain.
Vitamin D and calcium are key for healthy bones & joints. You’ll find D in:•  Fortified dairy products•  Eggs•  Fatty fish•  Supplements.

DIET + EXERCISE = BEST

Research shows diet plus exercise reduces the stress of excess weight on arthritic knees. The combination is more effective than either diet or exercise alone.
Ask your doctor’s help in creating a healthy diet and exercise plan today!
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