3 foods that aid in osteoarthritis pain relief

The pain that is experienced by an individual who suffers from osteoarthritis is inexplicable. The chronic condition is caused by friction in the joints of the bone. The ends of the bones are coated with a substance that is known as cartilage. However, when the cartilage breaks down, the ends of the bones are left bare and these lead to soreness and inflammation that increases with each passing day.

Osteoarthritis is commonly experienced in the joints of the knees, elbows, lower back, etc. In a few rare cases, the condition can develop in the joints of the toes and fingers of the hands or feet. The condition becomes worst in time, increasing pain and thus effective one’s lifestyle and other factors like work and relationships. While the following foods may not treat the condition, they can bring about effective osteoarthritis pain relief with time:

Fatty fish – Fish fat is believed to have a very good effect in relieving osteoarthritis pain and inflammation. This is because fish such as salmon, tuna, mackerel, etc are rich sources of omega-3 fatty acid. This acid is widely used in supplements to fight against inflammation in the body. A portion of fish should be consumed as a part of the diet, at least a few times a week. If one is not comfortable with consuming fish, omega-3 supplements are a good option, however, this should only be taken after consulting the doctor.

Broccoli – Broccoli is a green vegetable that is packed with a compound that is called, sulforaphane. This compound helps in slowing the damage process of the cartilage in the joints. Broccoli not only aids with osteoarthritis but is also a great ingredient that promotes good health. It can be added to a salad or eaten after a little toss in some olive oil. Cabbage, cauliflower, and sprouts are also beneficial foods to eat to bring about osteoarthritis pain relief.

Garlic – Garlic, a member of the onion family, contains a compound that is known as diallyl disulfide. This is a component that is found to be extremely beneficial in the treatment of several diseases that also included osteoarthritis. The diallyl disulfide does have an effect in bringing about a control in the damage of cartilage. It is also anti-inflammatory, thereby aiding in osteoarthritis pain relief.

Osteoarthritis or the pain that comes with the condition should not be left untreated. Consulting a medical professional and getting treated for the illness is absolutely necessary.

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