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6 Fruits and Vegetables for Joint Pain

Everyone has been told by either their mother or doctor at some point, “Eat your fruits and vegetables”. Well, as it turns out, mom and the doctor were right. All too often we end up neglecting the colorful parts of our meals. Fruits and vegetables provide an array of health benefits—in fact, some can even act as an all natural joint pain relief, reducing pain and inflammation!

 

vegetables for joint pain

Berries are a great source of anti-oxidants and vitamin C. Both can help relieve joint pain and lower chances of heart disease. They are cheap, delicious, and require little to no preparation.

Broccoli is another great source of anti-oxidants as well as beta-carotene, which has been shown to help in the relief of rheumatoid arthritis pain.

Pineapple is rich in the substance bromelain, an ingredient found in Flexcin’s comprehensive formula that has been shown to reduce joint pain inflammation.

Lycopene, a substance found especially in tomatoes, fights against degenerative diseases like arthritis. It also helps reduce the chance of developing prostate and other forms of cancer.

Vitamin C is found in extremely high concentrations in the kiwi fruit.

Kiwis have almost double the amount of vitamin C as oranges.

Kiwis also do not seem to agitate joint pain symptoms as much as grapefruit and oranges.

Carrots are rich in vitamin C, but they also contain carotenoids, a substance that helps relieve pain in people who suffer from rheumatoid arthritis

A good thing to keep in mind when putting together a meal is whether there are enough colors on the plate. As you can see, all of the foods mentioned are brightly colored. Greens, yellows, reds, blues, and oranges not only add to the visual appeal of a meal, but are also inherently healthy—as long it’s not a processed or pre-packaged food that’s artificially colored.

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