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Top 12 Anti-Inflammatory Foods That Stop Joint Pain
If you suffer from joint pain…
Then you might already know health experts say the single most important thing you can do to feel better…is to cool the fires of inflammation in your body.
Yet, what most people don’t know is the best place to start is NOT with NSAIDs, prescription painkillers, or surgery.
In fact, researchers from Harvard Medical School say the best “tools” in the fight against inflammation and joint pain are NOT found in your medicine cabinet…
They’re found in nature!
It turns out your mother was right when she told you…
“You are what you eat.” and “Food is the best medicine.”
Scientists have pinpointed 12 most powerful anti-inflammatory foods that can bless your body with healthier, more flexible joints and LESS pain.
Many health experts even call them “Healing Foods.”
They say this because the ingredients in these 12 foods are so effective at preventing — and even reversing — achy joints and arthritis.
In the list below, we count down to the number one food for fighting joint pain and inflammation. I'll even show you a powerful shortcut for getting all the benefits of these powerful inflammation fighting foods in just 2 minutes per day!
Number Twelve: Shiitake Mushrooms
These mushrooms reduce food allergies and sensitivities that increase inflammation while at the same time building your muscles and bones and improving the symptoms of arthritis. They can be baked, sautéed, or even eaten raw.
Number Eleven: Coconut Oil
This oil from the fleshy fruit of the coconut is packed with health benefits such amazing anti-inflammatory properties that it has even been shown to stop the damage of arthritis.
(TIP: Sautée vegetables with it or even add a spoonful to your coffee for a morning treat. This is often called “Bulletproof Coffee.”)
Number Ten: Bone Broth
This is my personal favorite because it has so many joint healing properties. Not only is it one of the best anti-inflammatories around, the collagen in bone broth helps rebuild your damaged joints to give them back that youthful feel. You can drink it on its own or use it in your other recipes to amp up their healing power.
Number Nine: Green Leafy Vegetables
Leafy greens such as kale are rich in antioxidants like Vitamins A and C that stop free-radical damage, preventing premature joint aging.
Number Eight: Beets
Another antioxidant powerhouse, beets help repair cell damage and as a bonus are chock-full of magnesium to help in the battle against pain.
Number Seven: Grass-fed Beef
With 2-3 times more anti-inflammatory Omega 3s than conventionally raised beef, grass-fed is the way to go to reduce inflammation in your joints and get rid of those aches and pains.
Number Six: Salmon
Like the red meat of grass-fed beef, this fatty fish is rich in Omega 3 fatty acids that reduce chronic inflammation and inflammatory compounds to lower your risk of arthritis.
Number Five: Blueberries
The “secret” anti-inflammatory in blueberries is quercetin. On top of being a potent antioxidant, quercetin reduces inflammation, boosts your immune system and even fights off viruses.
Number Four: Alfalfa
Its high chlorophyll content along with vitamins A, E and K make alfalfa a vital anti-inflammatory to add to your diet. Add alfalfa sprouts to your salads for a quick inflammation fighting lunch.
Number Ten: Nuts
Walnuts and almonds are pack-full of Omega 3s that have anti-inflammatory effects. You can add them to your salads along with alfalfa or eat a handful for an easy snack.
Number Two: Ginger
This root has been used in Indian medicine for thousands of years. Ginger not only helps reduce immune system reactions that lead to inflammation, it also prevents cell damage. And, it makes an ideal seasoning because it’s so flexible — you can use it in anything from tea to ice cream.
Number One Most Powerful Food: Papaya and Pineapple
It's a tie! These two fruits are great sources of proteolytic enzymes, especially Pineapple and Papaya, which reduce swelling, eliminate fibrin deposits that cause pain and limit your joint motion, and help you feel better fast. Pineapple is rich in bromelain, a proteolytic enzyme with very powerful health benefits and strong anti-inflammatory action..
If you are not yet familiar with the power of proteolytic enzymes we created a great video explaining how they work HERE.
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Harvard Medical School. Foods That Fight Inflammation. Harvard Women’s Health Watch. 2015 Oct 26.