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Find out what research tells us about the connection between your diet and arthritis.
Stock your fridge and pantry with Mediterranean staples to fight pain and inflammation.
Experts weigh in on five popular diet plans.
There’s no shortage of advice on what to eat when you have RA. But how much of it is true? Learn what’s good for you – and what you should avoid.
Learn which foods can help or hurt your arthritis.
In addition to promoting weight loss, whole grains also fight inflammation.
If you have Celiac disease or are sensitive to gluten, changing your diet may ease arthritis symptoms.
Researchers have long known omega-3 fatty acids help reduce inflammation.
What you eat can help ease inflammation and pain.
Get the truth about foods commonly touted to relieve arthritis pain and inflammation.
Studies show this fruit may may be good medicine.
Seafood with omega-3 fatty acids may lower your need for anti-inflammatory medications.
Strawberries can satisfy your sweet tooth while fighting arthritis symptoms.
Getting fiber from food or a supplement can reduce inflammation.
Is cutting out meat and dairy good for arthritis?
New research shows apples can cut cholesterol and inflammation.
An apple a day can provide many healthful benefits.
Ginger is packed with lots of powerful compounds. But which form boasts the best benefits?
Learn why you should be wary of advanced glycation end products.
Between the tears they cause and their strong smell, onions get a bad rap. But if you have arthritis, they just might be good for you.
Extra-virgin olive oil has anti-inflammatory properties similar to ibuprofen and aspirin.
Reduce your urge to splurge on sugar to avoid a spike in inflammation.
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