Fruits and vegetables are powerhouse foods that are full of antioxidants that reduce inflammation in joints and muscles.
Blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, and pomegranates contain the most anti-inflammatory and analgesic bioactive chemicals.
Several times a week, eating salmon, sardines, mackerel, canned light tuna, or other omega-3-rich fatty fish may improve rheumatoid arthritis symptoms.
For millennia, turmeric, a yellowish-orange spice used in curries and other Southeast Asian dishes, has relieved joint pain.
Extra virgin olive oil is one of the best fats to eat because it can help you control your cholesterol and has antioxidants that are good for you.
A recent Advances in Nutrition study supports the long-held belief that plant-derived omega-3 fatty acid alpha-linolenic acid (ALA) has cardioprotective and cognitive benefits.