Wanna relief from osteoarthritis? These dishes will definitely help you 

Sakshi Chaturvedi

Sakshi ChaturvediBy Sakshi Chaturvedi

Published on 10 May 2018 6:26 AM GMT

Wanna relief from osteoarthritis? These dishes will definitely help you 
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London: Osteoarthritis is the most common form of arthritis and it mainly affects the hands,hips and knees.

In Many researches, scientists examined the link between diet and the effective self-management of osteoarthritis. Below, we have listed few dishes that will surely cure your arthritis.

Consuming one gram of fish oil (one and a half standard capsules) could result in pain reduction for patients with osteoarthritis and help improve their cardiovascular health.

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Essential fatty acids in fish oil reduce inflammation in joints, helping to alleviate pain.

An increase in foods rich in vitamin K such as kale, spinach and parsley was also found to deliver benefits to patients with osteoarthritis.

Vitamin K is needed for vitamin-K-dependent (VKD) proteins, which are found in bone and cartilage.

An inadequate intake of the vitamin adversely affects the working of the protein, affecting bone growth and repair and increasing the risk of osteoarthritis.

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The importance of a good diet and regular exercise should never be underestimated. Not only does it keep us fit and healthy but it can also lessen painful symptoms of osteoarthritis.

Reduction of weight for overweight and obese patients and the introduction of exercise tailored to mobility could also help ease the symptoms of osteoarthritis.

Not only obesity increase strain on joints, it can cause low-grade, systemic inflammation in the body aggravating the condition further.

Sakshi Chaturvedi

Sakshi Chaturvedi

A journalist, presently working as a Sub-Editor at newstrack.com.

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