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anonymous avatar Carenity Member • Community manager
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Good advisor

There is some evidence that Omega-3 fatty acids may help improve arthritis symptoms by reducing inflammation.

Omega-3 fatty acids (or "good fat") can be found in many different type of foods, salmon and other fatty fish like mackerel, herring, tuna, being the main source of it. According to the Association of UK Dieticians and the NHS, people should consume about 140g of oily fish twice a week.

For those who do not eat fish, Omega-3 can be found in nuts, walnuts, pumpkin seeds, vegetable oils, kale, etc.

Have you ever been recommended to increase your intake of Omega-3 in order to help reduce inflammation due to RA? If yes, what was the impact?

Are you familiar with any other dietary summplements that may have a positive effect on RA?

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