If you have arthritis, you know it’s nothing short of painful.
Arthritis is an umbrella term, mainly describing diseases that create pain and stiffness in the joints of your body. Osteoarthritis is the most common and affects nearly 27 million Americans with Rheumatoid arthritis next in line at 1.5 million. (1, 2)
Thankfully, your diet can play a role in how intense your symptoms become. Survey results suggest that 24% of those with Rheumatoid arthritis said that their diet played a significant role in aiding symptoms. (3) On top of that, diets like Keto Zone can contribute to weight loss, which also alleviates symptoms by easing joint pressure.
What foods should you include in your diet to help with arthritis pain?