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It inflames the joints and your discomfort increases as your day progress.

Have you guessed it yet?

We’re talking about Osteoarthritis (OA).

There are no medication that can cure OA or regrow the cartilage in osteoarthritic joints. Painkillers are usually prescribed to help ease the pain, but this only helps temporarily.
Here are 5 ways to manage your diet when dealing with Osteoarthritis.

1. Reduce Extra Calories.
One study found that obese women who lost 11 pounds reduce their risk for knee OA in half. Losing extra weight can help prevent arthritis from getting worse too!

2. More Fruits and Vegetables
Many of them are loaded with antioxidants that help protect your cells from damage, some of them may also help to reduce joint inflammation and pain.

3. Vitamin D
Some studies have shown that Vitamin D can help prevent the breakdown of cartilage and decrease the risk of joint space narrowing.

4. Vitamin C
This vitamin is necessary for cartilage development. A deficiency may lead to weakened cartilage and increase OA symptoms.
(Kiwi, strawberries, tomatoes…etc)
 

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