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Foods for Arthritis relief

Posted on April 6, 2016 at 9:05 AM

By Faithlyn Scarlett

Recently I recieved a call from a gentleman looking for information regarding relief for pain. I gladly suggested our pain away healing balm as this product has been helping alot of recent customers with pain issues. The gentleman still wanted to know more, what foods he can eat to help him with his arthritis pain. I suggest the few I knew off hand and told him I will get back to him with a list. At first I taught this was going to be a daunting task and fitting it in my schedule was certainly going to be hectic. Always up for a challenge I gave it a shot, called my local nutritionist did some research and found some easy cost effective food that aids in the relief of arthritis.

BROCCOLI- rich in vitamin K, C and calcium which helps build stong healthy bones.

FISH- contains omega 3,6 and 9 fatty acids these are the good fats for your body. Which helps with inflammation. Best fish to eat for this are salmon, herring, mackerel and tuna.

BERRIES- eat your berries, berries are found to have a component call anthocyanins which reduces inflammation. list includes strawberries, blueberries, raspberries and blackberries.

CITRUS FRUITS- contains tons of vitamic C, so start drinking some OJ, finds ways to include lemons and grapefruit in your diet. A great way to include lemon in your diet is adding it to your drinking water.

POTATOES- vitamic C in potatoes acts as an antioxidant helping to reduce cell damage. According to the 2011 journal of nurtrition suggested that potatoes help inflammation associated with arthritis.

ASPARAGUS-the iron in asparagus helps maintain the strength and elasticity of joints and bones.

So there you have it foods that helps with arthritis pain. "Let food be thy medicine," Hippocrates

Also try our Pain away healing balm for pain relief.

http://www.faithsnaturalsbeauty.com/apps/webstore/products/show/6559410

comes in 4 and 8 oz

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4 Comments

Reply Ross
3:56 AM on August 28, 2019 
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Reply Lukas
2:13 AM on August 7, 2019 
Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of many cannabinoid compounds found in cannabis. It does not seem like changing consciousness or triggering a "high". A recent boost in scientific publications has found preclinical and clinical evidence documenting the value of CBD in some neuropsychiatric disorders, including epilepsy, anxiety, and schizophrenia. Evidence points to a sedative effect for CBD in the central nervous system. Interest in cbd anxiety has been exploited by a broad spectrum of disorders, but there are still few clinical studies of CBD in psychiatric literature.
Reply Selin Kur
10:28 AM on June 23, 2017 
Great info Thanks for your post. It might help hundreds of people suffering from arthritis problems. I have arthritis problems in past and then consulted superbeing.in ayurveda and tried natural therapy panchakarma and i got much relief. refer this article and it might be helpful https://www.superbeing.in/arthritis-ayurvedic-treatment/
Reply Ronald Watson
6:22 AM on April 15, 2016 
Great information thanks, I will give the pain balm a try