Can you cure osteoarthritis with diet?
You can’t cure your osteoarthritis through your diet. But some people do seem to find that their symptoms do improve when they change what they eat.
The Best Advice
People suggest a wide range of foods and supplements can help with the chronic condition. Glucosamine and chondroitin supplements are amongst the most popular suggestions. Yet, there is very little scientific evidence to support any of these. The best advice is to make sure that you have a wide and varied diet. Ensure that you get all the vitamins, minerals and other nutrients that your body needs. This will help to keep you in the best possible health.
Fruits and Vegetables
Some people feel that certain fruits and vegetables make their arthritis worse. Included in this list are vegetables from the “nightshade” family, such as:
Use a BMI (body mass index) calculator to see if you are a healthy weight.
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