If you are suffering from arthritis, you must cope with stiffness, joint pain or swelling in joints. And there are different arthritis types such as Gouty Arthritis, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Osteoarthritis or Psoriatic Arthritis. Do you know that avoiding certain kinds of foods will help you improve your arthritic condition? Let's learn which foods to avoid with arthritis in general and for a specific arthritic type to relieve your pain.
Foods to avoid with Arthritis in general
Oil – Omega-6 fatty acids in vegetable oils, corn, safflower oil or sunflower increase joint inflammation. Moreover, you can consume omega-3 fatty acids which are anti-inflammatory reducing arthritis symptoms. Learn more on Rheumatoid Arthritis Diet #1 – Omega 3.
Saturated and Trans Fats – Gaining weight when consuming too many foods containing saturated fats (fatty meats, butter, palm, cheese, whole milk, coconut, ice cream, ect.) and trans fats (fried foods, fast food, donuts, cookies, pies, ect.) will put more pressure on your joints which can cause cartilage breakdown and joint damage.
Foods to avoid with Gouty Arthritis
Foods to avoid with Rheumatoid Arthritis
Foods to avoid with Osteoarthritis
Foods to avoid with Psoriatic Arthritis
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