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Foods To Reduce Inflammation In Your Body | Bolton Osteo

By on Apr 2, 2018 in Health, Information, Nutrition, Science, Supplements | 0 comments

foods to reduce inflammation - Foods To Reduce Inflammation In Your Body | Bolton Osteo

Joint Pain?

If you suffer from joint pain, then finding a great osteopath in Manchester will help to manage your symptoms. Add to this, another way to relieve joint stiffness such as arthritis can be through your diet – take a look at these tips for foods that can help reduce inflammation in the body.
 

Sprouts

Brussel sprouts are definitely not everyone’s favourite vegetable and usually only see the light of day once a year, but adding them into your diet could be great for your joints as they contain high amounts of sulforaphane.

Brassicas!

This is key to preventing joint damage and could slow down deterioration of cartilage. Other dark green veggies, such as broccoli, cabbage and kale also provide the same substance. If you struggle to get a wide variety of vegetables into your diet then a stir fry is an easy way to enjoy more of them.

Vitamins

 
One of the most important vitamins your body needs when you suffer from osteoarthritis is vitamin C, which can help to slow down the condition. You’ll find this in some of your favourite fruits such as strawberries, pineapples and kiwi. Did you know that lemons are a better source of vitamin C than an orange? Fun fact!
 
Sulphur can also be great for targeting joint pain and will help reduce your symptoms and the best way to get this is consuming garlic, which can be incorporated into a whole host of recipes. Other foods that contain sulphur are onions, cabbage and asparagus.

Fishy!

 
Mackerel contains omega 3 which is essential for bone health – try adding two portions to your diet each week. Other great alternatives to mackerel are salmon, tuna and trout. If you’re not a fan of fish then don’t worry, you can get omega 3 as a supplement to have each day.

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