Tackling Osteoarthritis with your Diet
We all know that incorporating a healthy diet in our lifestyle can help you feel good and maintain a healthy weight. Although there is no cure for arthritis, certain foods have been shown to manage inflammation, strengthen bones and boost the immune system.
You should consider foods that are rich in Vitamin C, D, beta-carotene, omega-3 fatty acids, bioflavonoids, and spices which are highly nutritious.
Read more about it here. “The 6 Healthy Nutrients and Foods That May Help Fight Osteoarthritis”
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