It’s a truth that there is no diet to treat arthritis, while certain foods have been proven to have ability to fight against inflammation, thus helping ease the symptoms of arthritis.

If you want to ease arthritis pain, you should aim for a diet that high in vegetables, fruits, nuts and fish. And also limit the consumption of sugar, fried foods, processed foods, dairy products, alcohol, too salty foods and corn oil, which may worsen your arthritis.

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