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Arthritis Diet Plan - Day 1

1 cup oatmeal
1/2 cup fat-free milk
1 tsp honey
1 tbsp sunflower seeds
1/2 cup sliced mango

Method: Cook oatmeal, put in a bowl and top with the honey and sunflower seeds. Serve with the mango.

2 Brazil Nuts
Small handful almonds

1 thick slice whole wheat bread
3 oz can tuna, drained
1/2 cup grated carrot
2 cups mixed salad leaves
2 tbsp fat-free dressing
1 tbsp chopped nuts

Method: Put the salad leaves and carrot in a bowl, and mix with dressing. Break up tuna, pile on top and sprinkle with the nuts. Serve with the whole wheat bread.

1 cup diced cantaloupe melon

5 oz skinless, boneless chicken breast
2 tbsp fat-free yogurt
1/4 tsp turmeric
1 clove minced garlic
1 cup fresh or frozen spinach
1 medium-sized sweet potato

Method: Mix the yogurt, garlic and turmeric and coat the chicken. Bake in a moderate oven for 20 minutes. Meanwhile, cook the sweet potato and vegetables.

Arthritis Diet Plan - Day 2

1/2 cup chopped mango
1/2 cup chopped cantaloup melon
1 cup fat-free yogurt
2 tbsp granola
1 tsp honey
1 tbsp chopped walnuts

Method: Put the fruit in a bowl, top with the yogurt, mix in the honey and sprinkle the granola and nuts on top.

Small handful of almonds

1/2 cup canned chickpeas (garbanzo beans), drained
1/2 cup diced carrot
2 cups mixed salad greens
2 tbsp fat-free dressing
1 slice rye bread
1 cup mango juice

Method: Put salad leaves in a bowl and top with the chick peas, carrots and mix with dressing. Serve with warm pita and mango juice.

3 Brazil nuts

5 oz tenderloin pork chop
1/4 cup apple sauce
1 cup broccoli
1 cup spinach
1 medium sweet potato

Method: Broil chop and serve with the apple sauce and cooked vegetables.

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arthritis diet
The key to keeping arthritis as under control as it can be – since it’s not like it can be cured – is to keep inflammation down. The right foods can help to manage that.
Antonio Jones
It isn’t a diet that actually cures arthritis but I have found that by following it strictly, it really does make a huge difference in overall pain. It is shocking the difference that foods and inflamatories actually make. If I had known this sooner I probably would have been changing my eating habits right from when I was a teen!
good for pain in general
What is good about this arthritis diet and the foods that it recommends is that it works on keeping inflammation to a minimum. That’s important for making sure that your arthritis pain is kept managed, but it is also very effective in helping to make sure that any other pain that you happen to have is kept under control, too. Almost all pain is caused by inflammation, so the more that you avoid foods that will encourage that, the better capable you will be of keeping all of your pain under control. So if you follow this diet and its recommendations for the purpose of controlling the ache in your hands, then you might also find that your back is less achy or your knees or toes or wherever else you tend to get stiffness and soreness but that is not caused by arthritis. I find that very interesting because it means that the solution to a lot of problems could just be provided by eating the correct healthy foods and by avoiding those that would make things worse. A lot of times this doesn’t mean that you have to cut out all of your favorite foods. It does mean that it’s a good idea for you to cut back on them so that you are eating reasonable portions and not gorging yourself on them, but you can have a good taste of it and enjoy it still, without consequence as long as your diet is proper overall.
Karen Windhauser
keeps inflammation down
This is a good overall diet for reducing inflammation and in that, it’s actually good for arthritis as well as other problems like high blood pressure and even anxiety. I think that I can benefit a lot from what this diet provides. It even keeps the occasional headache under control and not as painful.
Gina Panderson
good for other pain
I found this beneficial for other pain that resulted from inflammation, too, so if you aren’t arthritic but you’re going through pain from inflammation the arthritis diet plan might work for you, too. It helps to take the swelling and pressure down, I think.
reduces ache
The arthritis diet plan doesn’t cure the condition, and it doesn’t stop my knee or fingers from hurting, but what it does do is decrease the inflammation so that they don’t hurt as much. That means that I don’t have to take painkillers as frequently, or rub that smelly stuff into my joints. It’s especially important on days that re cold and damp to choose foods like these.

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