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Foods That Help
Healthy diet and lifestyle choices can help reverse bone and joint mobility issues. The anti-inflammatory diet provides the essential guidelines for your meals and snacks.
Fatty fish, flax seeds, and walnuts contain EPA and DHA, which decrease inflammatory markers in your joints, muscles and blood vessels.
Kale, spinach, broccoli and collards are Vitamin A-rich and protect the
body from damaging inflammatory compounds that deteriorate bone-and-joint collagen. These healthy greens also supply Vitamin K, which directs calcium to your bones, and provides vitamins and minerals that support muscle and collagen growth. Kale and spinach are also good vegetable sources of glutamine, an antioxidant that supports tissue recovery and muscle health.
Asparagus, eggs, garlic and onions help repair and rebuild bone, cartilage and connective tissue, and aid in calcium absorption.
Non-acidic fruits (blueberries, pineapple), whole grains, oatmeal, brown rice, soy bean products and Asian mushrooms suppress inflammation. Ginger reduces pro-inflammatory markers and the proteins that attract inflammatory products to stressed sites in your body.
Beet pigments contain betalain, a natural antioxidant that helps protect bone and joint collagen from inflammation and damage.
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