9 Foods You Should Never Eat If You Have Arthritis
Over 50 million people in USA are struggling whit the pain and inflammation on a daily basis. And the problem is medications only ease the pain and are not targeting the root of the problem.
Great news is if you start consuming anti-inflammatory foods you will soon feel much better and treat the pain of arthritis in completely safe and natural way.
Here are 9 foods that you must avoid if you suffer from arthritis :
Gluten and wheat can cause inflammation especially if you are intolerant or suffer from leaky gut, since they can allow waster and toxins to enter your bloodstream. These can inflammation or immune response.
- Refined Carbohydrate
Refined Carbohydrates like those in bread, crackers, white flour products, white potatoes or white rice are rich in GI and can cause inflammation.
- Fried & Processed Foods
Processed and fried foods are rich in toxins that are called advanced glycation that can boost oxidation in cells and thus aggravate inflammation.
Stay away from sodas, candy, pastries, sweets or processed fruit juices, because they are rich in processed sugar that can triggers the release of inflammatory messengers, called cytokines
- Corn Oil
Corn oil is high in omega-6 fatty acids, and this makes it inflammatory. Therefore, you should avoid all oils derived from seeds, such as soybean, sunflower, grapeseed, and canola oil.
Most of the dairy products that we consume are rich in casein, which is a protein that can irritate the tissues around the joints and lead to inflammation.
Alcohol can be related to the development of arthritis. As we drink alcohol we overburden the liver and thus by that we disrupt its function and that can lead to inflammation.
Salt in excessive amount can lead to water imbalance that can lead to boosted pressure on the blood vessels and edema. This can worsen the pain and inflammation.
Nightshade is rich in alkaloid which in patient’s whit arthritis can cause pro-inflammatory properties and intensify the pain. So try to avoid tomatoes, paprika, pepper, eggplants and white potatoes.
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