Arthritis is the inflammation of one or more joints and in the United States is one of the most common disabilities. Arthritis includes over 100 rheumatic conditions and includes inflammation at the joints and surrounding tissues; certain types of arthritis may also involve the immune system.




Foods/Choices to Include:

  • Fresh and unprocessed food that includes fruits and vegetables, whole grains, nuts, beans, seeds, and organic protein (animal or plant-based).
  • Anti-inflammatory foods and spices: Garlic, ginger, beets, berries, dark leafy greens, pineapple, green tea, turmeric, onions, garlic, leeks, purple grapes, red cabbage,
  • Foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids & healthy fat: Walnuts, chia/flaxseed, salmon, mint, unrefined olive oil
  • Vitamin C rich foods: Broccoli, oranges, kiwi fruit, spinach,
  • Selenium-rich foods: Brazil nuts (rich in selenium), black beans, green tea,
  • Carotene rich foods: Squash, sweet potato, carrots (carotene rich foods

Foods/Choices to Avoid:

  • High-fat content conventional red meat
  • Shellfish (if you also have gout)
  • Oils rich in omega 6 fatty acid including soybean, corn and safflower oils
  • High-sugar foods
  • Highly processed foods


The Watering Pineapple
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