Arthritis Foods to Avoid

Arthritis Foods to Avoid

There are 7 comments on the Buzzle.com story from Aug 30, 2010, titled Arthritis Foods to Avoid. In it, Buzzle.com reports that:

Looking for arthritis foods to avoid? It is a fact that arthritis symptoms can be reduced if arthritic patients follow a properly balanced diet and avoid some specific foods.

Join the discussion below, or Read more at Buzzle.com.

Gout

Toronto, Canada

#1 Sep 1, 2010
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Since: Jan 13

Miami, FL

#3 Mar 14, 2013
The well-structured article written. So many foods to reject, how to live? Anyway patient has to do to deal with the problem.
Jhorealla DJ

San Jose, CA

#4 Mar 22, 2013
Arthritis is a chronic debilitating disease that may affect everyone at some point as they grow older. One way to avoid or prolong its onset is by modifying your diet. This may be done by avoiding eating fatty meat and eating more fruits, vegetables, and fish which are rich in omega 3 and 6 fatty acids. depuysettlements. com
Losingit

Richlands, VA

#5 Apr 2, 2013
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Winnipeg, Canada

#6 Apr 2, 2013
do a search

Since: Oct 13

Chantilly, VA

#7 Oct 28, 2013
Arthritis Foods to Avoid:
1. Saturated Fats
This category includes fats primarily found in animal products, such as fatty beef, pork, and lamb, poultry skin, ice cream, butter, whole or 2 percent milk, regular cheese, bacon, bologna, salami, pepperoni, and beef sausage. Saturated fats are also found in palm oil and palm-kernel oil.

2. Sugars & Refined Carbs
High amounts of sugar in the diet result in an increase in AGEs, which, as discussed in an earlier slide, can result in inflammation.

What you can do: Cut out candies, processed foods, white flour baked goods, and sodas to reduce your arthritis pain.

3.Alcohol & Tobacco
Tobacco and alcohol use can lead to a number of health problems, including some that may affect your joints. Smokers are more at risk for developing rheumatoid arthritis, while those who consume alcohol have a higher risk for developing gout.

What you can do: Healthy joints require a balanced diet, physical activity, and an adequate amount of rest—all of which can be compromised by alcohol and tobacco use. Cut back on drinking and smoking and ramp up your eating habits with healthy choices, regular exercise, and good quality sleep.

4. Salt & Preservatives
Know what’s in your food. Many foods contain excessive salt and other preservatives to promote longer shelf lives. For some people, excess consumption of salt may result in inflammation of the joints. It may be worth trying to reduce your salt intake to as modest an amount as is reasonable.

What you can do: Read the label to avoid preservatives and additives. Less salt may help you manage your arthritis, so avoid prepared meals. Though they’re convenient, microwavable meals are often very high in sodium.

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Since: Oct 13

Latham, NY

#8 Oct 31, 2013
Arthritis is a common disease of joints that should be properly maintained. While there is no definitive arthritis diet, research suggests including anti-inflammatory foods in your diet and limiting foods that may trigger joint pain.
Dairy products may contribute to arthritis pain due to the type of protein they contain.
Tobacco and alcohol use can lead to a number of health problems, including some that may affect your joints. Smokers are more at risk for developing rheumatoid arthritis, while those who consume alcohol have a higher risk for developing gout.

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