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Joint Inflammation – The Secret to Natural pain Reduction

Posted on April 14, 2013 in Blog, Nutrition Blogs | by

If you suffer from pain or stiffness in your back, neck, elbows,  shutterstock_115995919
knees or shoulders, you’re about to discover which foods have been scientifically-
proven to heal old injuries and reverse years of
chronic pain, discomfort, and aching joints!

Here are the 7 very BEST foods that decrease inflammation
and relieve agonizing joint pain. . .

1. Bell Peppers: Inflammation produces harmful free radicals.
Bell peppers are loaded with the same antioxidants (vitamin A,
C, and K) that fight off these free radicals, and are a critical part
of an anti-inflammation diet.

2. Salmon: While other types of fat can actually increase
inflammation, omega-3 fatty acids work to decrease
inflammation by suppressing the production of cytokines and
enzymes that erode cartilage.

3. Extra Virgin Olive Oil: has the most antioxidant benefits of
any other oil. These work to actually extract the free radicals in
your body that can lead to inflammation and joint pain.

4. Shrimp: contains high levels of glucosamine, a nutrient
that combats inflammation of the joints. Shrimp are also high
in selenium, a powerful antioxidant that fights off free-radicals
and therefore inflammation.

5. Avocado: considered “the most nutritious of all fruits”
because it contains more than twice the daily needs of vitamins.
Plus, studies conclude that avocados improve nutrient absorption
of other foods as well!

6. Turmeric: a super-spice from Asia (used in yellow curry) that
has the same mode of action as anti-inflammatory medicines and
is considered one of nature’s most powerful healers!

7. Ginger: blocks  the effects of prostaglandins, the substances
that cause inflammation. Ginger also contains chemicals that
work similarly to many anti-inflammatory medications!

Not only are all of these foods packed with joint pain ending
nutrients they also taste great and are easy to find in any shop.

If you are currently experiencing joint pain you will be pleasantly
surprised with how quickly you notice these natural
pain relievers doing their job.

Stay Fit Stay Well

Paul Mason

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