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Recommended Food for Arthritis

by Vimerson Health Team June 23, 2016

Recommended Food for Arthritis

We have taken some time to investigate those foods that have proven to fight inflammation, boost the immune system and strengthen bones.
We suggest you read on and try the option you find more useful! Add them to your diet and check if you indeed notice any difference.

You can try nuts, walnuts, pine nuts, almonds and pistachios. These are great for osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis.
They are good for your heart and also for weight loss. They are rich in vitamin E, calcium, protein, magnesium and zinc.

Fish and Soy
These are very good for rheumatoid arthritis as they contain omega-3 fatty acids which reduce inflammation in a natural way.
If you enjoy eating fish, look for herring, mackerel, salmon and tuna. If soy is your way to go, we suggest tofu and edamame.


In order to get your bones stronger, consuming dairy is a smart choice.
Milk, yoghurt and cheese have calcium and vitamin D which are key to bone strength. Vitamin D also helps on calcium absorption and on boosting the immune system.
If you are not a dairy fan, you can go for green leafy vegetables.
These are great for osteoporosis and osteoarthritis

It is best to use olive oil without cooking it as this destroys the nutritional components. As olive oil contains a high amount of mono-unsaturated fatty acids it is the most recommended oil.
It is followed by canola oil, which contains 60% of mono unsaturated fatty acids, soy bean with 50%, sunflower with 20% and sunflower oil with 10%.
It is very good for rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis


It is proven that those patients that suffer from gout and consume cherries are less likely to have another gout attack. The anthocyanins have an anti-inflammatory effect.
These are also present in raspberries, blueberries, strawberries and blackberries.

Vimerson Health Team
Vimerson Health Team


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