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Eat This, Not That: Foods to Ease Arthritis

There are many types of arthritis–over a hundred, to be exact. While they all revolve around damaged cartilage in your joints, the resulting inflammation always causes pain. Thankfully, there are foods to ease arthritis.

Foods Are Medicine

An anti-inflammatory diet can often ease the symptoms of this painful medical condition. We sat down with MedShadow Foundation Medical Advisory Board Member and Registered Dietician Nutritionist Alison Acerra to better understand exactly what foods you should and should not eat to ease the symptoms of arthritis.

Check out our “Eat This, Not That: Arthritis” to help you understand her recommendations. You can also learn more about diet tips for arthritis with our “Foods to Eat Arthritis” article here, which also includes a great video with tips from Acerra, too.

Foods to Relief Arthritis Video

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