Arthritis Nutrition Tips

If you’ve been diagnosed with osteoarthritis, chances are you suffer with joint pain, stiffness, & swelling. Getting regular exercise (low-impact is the best) and maintaining a healthy weight are two tips that will certainly be helpful. Additionally, there are some nutritional suggestions you may want to try to help prevent or lessen your symptoms.

1. Focus on plenty of ANTIOXIDANTS.

Fruits and vegetables are good sources, and may help reduce tissue damage from inflammation. OneLife’s Advanced Anti-Oxidant can help fill in your nutritional gaps.

2. Get enough OMEGA-3s.

Your best food sources are oily fish (wild Alaskan salmon), walnuts, or flaxseed, which may help reduce the inflammation and pain of arthritis. OneLife’s Something Smells Fishy (pure salmon oil from free swimming cold water salmon) or Super Flaxseed + Greens are an excellent source of omega-3’s.

3. Consider spicing your foods with GINGER & TUMERIC for their natural anti-inflammatory properties.


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