Juicing is undoubtedly the best way to get all the inflammation-fighting nutrients – especially when you have arthritis. It is now known for a fact that certain foods like those that are deep-fried, sugary, processed, or refined — lead to more inflammation, while others, like fruits and vegetables, lead to less inflammation and can undo the damage done. It is therefore important to choose your ingredients wisely, to make this concept of juicing work for you!
When you are aiming for an anti-oxidant rich diet, juicing is the best way to load up on those inflammation-fighting ingredients like anthocyanins in berries and bromelain in pineapple. Juicing also helps weight loss, which is very important in controlling and managing arthritis. As Nathan Wei, MD, a rheumatologist and director of the Arthritis Treatment Center in Frederick, Maryland puts it, “Fat cells contain leptins, proteins that aggravate inflammation… the fewer fat cells, the fewer leptins hanging around.”
So, here are a few dos and don’ts of juicing for arthritis:
Overall nutrition is the key here, and finding the right ingredients that work best for you! Happy Juicing!
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