Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Careful, It Could Harm 3 Food Joints

Although there is no way to ensure your joint pain is gone forever, the research showed that there was food "anti-inflammatory" such as olive oil, nuts and fatty fish can help reduce the pain.

However, there are also foods opposite effect, namely harm or add your joint pain.


Although the tomato is considered to have anti-inflammatory effects, those who suffer from a type of arthritis called gout, should not consume fruit is red-orange.

Research which surveyed 2,051 people with gout, 20 percent of whom reported the tomato as a trigger for their joint pain.

The researchers then analyzed data from 12,720 people who did not have gout and found that eating tomatoes can increase uric acid levels.

Not ready to not eat tomatoes at all? The researchers say, is you do not need to do so. You just have to minimize it and be sure to regularly taking the drug the doctor.

Corn, sunflower, soybean oil, and cottonseed

You must have heard of Omega-3 fatty acids which is very good for the body. But if you heard about Omega-6 fatty acids? There is a possibility if you eat too much.

Omega-6 fatty acids are found in soybean oil and soybean oil are used in almost every food packaging in supermarkets.

The ratio of consumption of omega-6 to omega-3 is more than 10: 1, can cause problems such as asthma, heart disease, and inflammation.

The researchers suggest anyone with rheumatoid arthritis lowered their ratio of two or three to one. So, one part of Omega-6 to one part omega-3.

Omega-6 fatty acids are also found in fried foods, margarine, egg yolks, and meat.

Although labeled as diet soda, does not mean you have joint pain can be free to eat them.

In addition to putting you at risk for diabetes and heart disease, sugar consumption can also trigger the release of inflammatory substances called cytokines, according to the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.

When the researchers analyzed data from two large studies for 30 years, they found a link between soda consumption and the risk of arthritis.

Women who drank one soda or more doses a day had a 63% greater risk of arthritis than those who did not drink at all.

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