January, the month of new beginnings, is nearly over. How are your resolutions? Did you resolve to manage your knee osteoarthritis with a walk a day or do you need hands on professional help? Don’t let another year slip by without following through, end knee pain this year. Check out 10 great tips for keeping your resolutions and if you need personal help, give us a call today (888) 986-7886.
Certain nutrients and foods help slow the progression of osteoarthritis, reducing pain and inflammation. Stop eating SAD (Standard American Diet) foods and learn to eat for joint health. EAT MORE Cold water fish such as salmon, tuna, herring, mackerel, and halibut. Organic fruits and vegetables. Nuts and seeds. Whole grains. Ginger. EAT LESS Highly refined products such as white rice, bread, and pasta. Foods high in saturated fats such as pizza, cheese, …Read More
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Eating a healthy diet with plenty of vegetables and fruits can help you: Lower your risk for heart disease and some types of cancer Maintain or reach a healthy weight Keep your body strong and active Manage – or even prevent – osteoarthritis However, many people don’t eat enough fruits and vegetables. Only 1 in 3 adults eat the recommended amount of fruits every day. Only 1 in 4 adults …Read More