Arthritis diet information has been such a world of discovery that we are busy creating extra pages. You'll find links to creating a general arthritis diet, and a diet that helps rheumatoid arthritis.
A good arthritis diet should consist of plenty of fresh fruit and raw vegetables. Frozen vegetables are just as good as fresh when out of season and often creates less hip pain. *joke
Studies have shown that a diet rich in cereals, extra virgin olive oil, raw vegetables, fish and nuts may be beneficial to all arthritis sufferers when combined with gentle exercise. Simply by accessing and applying the correct diet information these people now enjoy reduced joint pain and an improved quality of life.
TIP: Try not to eat protein, starch, and carbs at the same time. It glues up your digestive tract something chronic! Protein & starch is ok, as is carbohydrates and starch or protein and carbs, just don't mix the three together. Try it and see how much lighter you feel after you've eaten.
Also try and increase your fish intake as is the backbone of a good arthritis diet information plan or any anti inflammatory diet for that matter. You can do this easily by eating more salad with some tuna for a sandwich (wholegrain bread) or by including fish in your evening meal. Try to eat fish at least three times a week and combining this with a good Omega 3 supplement will have you off to a good start to help 'get the oil back in.'
Oily fish such as mackerel, tuna, salmon have the highest concentration of Omega 3's.
If you're not using a Nutribullet you can still add value to your arthritis diet information with items like flax seeds (in morning cereal), raw walnuts (10 a day), almonds (10 a day) and nopal fruit juice to reduce inflammation. Whole grains such as wheat germ, brown rice, oats, will increase your vitamin B levels and help you move to a more alkaline state. Don't forget to drink plenty of water to help reduce arthritis pain (try for at least one glass every 2 hours).
Sulphur aids in cartilage repair so vegetables such as asparagus, tomatoes, kale, spinach, celery, corn, avocados all aid in helping arthritis sufferers achieve mobility.
You will however still need to supplement all these healthy foods. A good place to start is Glucosamine and Chondritin with MSM … 2000 – 5000mg daily. But if you really want to fix your arthritis the most effective remedy I have found to date is nopal fruit juice, please contact us for important information about the nopal cactus. The worlds most powerful anti inflammatory is now available as a neutraceutical!
On the downside, there are some foods to avoid. These include all white refined products (white bread, white sugar, white pasta etc), if possible remove these foods from your diet completely or replace them with alternatives like wholewheat pasta, wholemeal bread, raw sugar. Sugar can also be replaced with stevia, but don't get tricked into using an artificial sweetener, it will probably contain Aspartme which is an inflammatory agent.
It's a reflection of our modern lifestyle and a change in eating habits that has contributed to most people having a raised level of bodily acidity. This leads to added inflammation, so try and move your body into an alkaline state by eating 50% raw vegetables with every meal.
In arthritis sufferers the inflammation can be measured with a blood test for C-creative protein. The aim of a good arthritis diet information plan is to reduce these acid levels and raise alkalinity. This is why the Nutribullet 6 Week Transformation Plan is so successful.
You should consider reducing or try to eliminate completely such foods as ~ red meat, refined carbohydrates such as white rice, white sugar, white flour.
If you are serious about taking control of your health and diet, then you should seriously consider drinking nopal cactus juice.
This juice has been consumed by the Pima Indians in the Sonora Desert for thousands of years, and has some amazing anti inflammatory properties.