Osteoarthritis and diet: Can diet help with OA pain and inflammation?
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Even if there is no special diet for osteoarthritis, patients are recommended to eat as healthy as possible, and to consume, for example, more fruit and vegetables, as they are known to reduce inflammation.
Has your rheumatologist advised you to make changes to your diet? What did they recommend?
Have you yourself noticed any impact on your joint health or overall health from the food you eat?
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My Rheumatologist suggested adding GINGER and TUMERIC to my diet.I already use them in my cooking so that was no problem.I often have a Gin and Tonic in the evening. The Quinine helps with leg cramps. I NOTICE when I don't have the G&T!
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Have you been advised to follow a particular diet or make changes to your eating habits to help your OA? Has anything you've added or removed from your diet helped?
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Courtney_J, Community Manager, Carenity UK
@Courtney_J I've heard the mediterranean diet is good for inflammatory diseases but I haven't tried it myself. My doctor didn't really give me any information about nutrition. I'm interested to hear if anyone has any tips.
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