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Arthritis Diet and Exercises

7 Arthritis Causing Foods to Avoid


Tired of aching, grinding joints? Worried that
your hands are going to be gnarled and painful?
Arthritis affects more than 50 million American adults and 300,000 children have one of the
100 different types of arthritis. Doctors
prescribe drugs and sometime there is a you know that there are foods that make
arthritis far worse? You may be making your
joints hurt just from the foods you are choosing. Pain is a result of inflammation and many foods
cause inflammation. You’ll be surprised to learn
which foods may be making your joints ache. You’ll be really shocked about number 3. Saturated fats are found in red meat, butter and
cheese. Saturated fats trigger inflammation in
fat tissue. This type of inflammation is particularly dangerous for your heart and is
known to make arthritis pain worse. The other
issue with red meat is that it contains advanced glycation end products (AGEs). AGEs stimulate
inflammation. When food is cooked at high
temperatures – grilling, frying, toasting, roasting or broiling – AGEs form. High levels are
associated with inflammation-related diseases
like diabetes, heart disease, kidney failure, and Alzheimer’s. You may have heard of Omega-3 fatty acids.
They are super important to control
inflammation. Omega-6 fatty acids can trigger your body to produce chemicals that cause
inflammation. You’ll find Omega-6 fatty acids in
corn, safflower, sunflower, soy and vegetable oils, and products that contain these oils.
Replace your Omega-6 rich oils with canola,
flaxseed, walnut, and olive oils. Remember that these omaga-6 fatty acids are found in trans-
fats and commercial frying oil. Eliminate these
for extra protection. Alcohol has in interesting track record when it
comes to inflammation. A few studies show that
5 to 10 grams of alcohol a day may help protect you from developing rheumatoid arthritis. That’s
about half a beer a day. If you already have
arthritis, alcohol interacts badly with most anti- inflammatory medication. Certain form of
arthritis are worsened by drinking alcohol.
Moderating your alcohol intake may important to control arthritis pain. Processed foods contain a lot of ingredients
that cause inflammation. One of the worst are
trans-fats or partially hydrogenated oils. Partially hydrogenated oils are known to cause
systemic inflammation and contribute to dozens
of diseases from heart disease to cancers. Read labels carefully as even a tiny bit is bad
for you. Trans-fats are used to make food shelf
stable, so you’ll find them in breads, baked goods, snacks like potato chips or microwave
popcorn, fried food, refrigerator dough,
nondairy creamer and margarine. Your body needs salt to operate, but too much
salt causes high blood pressure, which
contributes to strokes, kidney disease and heart attacks. Too much salt also causes calcium
loss, leading to osteoporosis. Salt causes
cellular inflammation and that makes joints hurt. The simplest way to cut salt is to stop eating
processed food and fried food, both highly
salted. Then stop adding extra salt to your food. It will take time to get used to less salty food,
but your entire body will be healthier! Sugar causes your body to release cytokines
and these cause inflammation. Sugar is
implicated in a lot of diseases because of the cytokines. And sugar may cause increased
arthritis pain. Sugar is known by at least 56
different names. Look for -ose endings (maltose), syrup, and malt when reading the
labels for sugar. That’s not all of them, but
those cover a lot. Artificial sweeteners should be used with caution. They are associated with
various diseases, cancers and inflammation. Refined grains include white flour and white
rice. These make blood glucose spike
increasing levels of inflammation markers. In addition, if you are gluten-sensitive, wheat
products may cause joint pain. If you get
rashes, migraines, fatigue or joint pain after eating wheat, you may be sensitive to gluten.
Refined grains are easily digested, and your
body reacts to them like it does sugar. Avoid anything made from white flour. Eating whole
grains decreases inflammation, so removing
and replacing refined grains is doubly important. So, the conclusion is that everything you like is
making your arthritis worse. The medications
your doctor prescribes can be very hard on the liver, so you are just hurting yourself by taking
more to deal with pain. Eliminating foods that
cause inflammation in your body can help decrease arthritis pain. It’s a matter of replacing
the bad food with good food. You’ll find tasty
choices out there that fight inflammation. You’ll be healthier and experience less pain as you
eliminate inflammation from your body. Arthritis
is a degenerative disease, so you probably can’t reverse it, but you can slow it down by
eliminating unhealthy food.

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