Health Tip: What to Eat if You Have Arthritis
(HealthDay News) -- If you have arthritis, there are foods that may help you feel better.
A diet that's rich in vitamins and minerals, and includes fruits, lean proteins, fish, vegetables, nuts and healthy oils may be most beneficial, the foundation says.
But it cautions against changing too much, too soon. Gradually swap out ingredients at each meal, and you may feel a big difference in how you feel and how well you can manage your pain and discomfort, the foundation adds.
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