Your eating habits have a huge impact on the way you feel. The same applies to pain. Some foods can make your pain more severe, and cause inflammation, swellings, and discomfort.

Pain can be acute or chronic, ranging from mild to severe. It’s usually caused by gout, arthritis, injuries, leukemia, broken/dislocated bones, fibromyalgia, strain, lupus and bursitis.

As mentioned before, food can be thy medicine or thy poison.

We give you 100 foods to avoid when dealing with joint pain:

SUGAR AND ARTIFICIAL SUGARS

Sugars increase inflammation, and lead to more AGEs. Sugary foods turn on cytokines, a type of agents that trigger inflammation. These food add additional pressure to the joints, and lead to weight gain.

The same applies to soda and sweet drinks. According to a study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, sodas trigger the development of rheumatoid arthritis in women.

So, stay away from sodas, sweets, sugar, candies, sweet treats, sugar-loaded cereals, and pastries. Use honey, molasses or Stevia instead.

RED AND PROCESSED MEAT

These meats contain chemical purine and nitrite which worsen the inflammation. Glycation and AGEs are also bad for your condition. A 2014 study from the Proceedings of the National Academy and Sciences found that glucan in red meat trigger the development of cancer, and makes inflammation even worse.

Another similar study was published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. The results confirmed the bond between red meat and inflammation.

EGGS

Eggs make your swelling and inflammation worse, especially if you eat them more often. Arachidonic acid in yolks releases prostaglandinds, and fuel the inflammation. Saturated fats in eggs have a negative effect on your health.

BEER

Alcohol isn’t recommended to those who deal with joint pain. Purines in beer are later converted into uric acid, and this is definitely the last thing you need when treating joint pain. Beer is also rich in gluten which harms joints.

Dairy

Protein in dairy makes the pain more severe. Experts from the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine say that protein has a harmful effect on the surrounding joint tissue.

Saturated fats in cheese, butter, and milk worsen the condition, so try to replace these products with almond or soy milk, and tofu.

GRAINS AND REFINED FLOUR

It’s all about their high glycemic index which triggers AGES, and worsens the inflammation.

Regular consumption of wheat products and grain cereals triggers the development of chronic autoimmune diseases, and increases the risk of heart disease, diabetes, and cancer. Use coconut, almond, whole grain flower and brown rice.

MONOSODIUM GLUTAMATE-PACKED FOODS

MSG is supposed to make food taste better, but it’s definitely the last thing you want to eat when treating rheumatoid arthritis.

WHEY PROTEINS

Casein and gluten aren’t recommended for you. Casein leads to uric acid crystallization, and that’s not good for your joints.

Gluten sensitivity makes you prone to gout, and a 2013 study from the Journal Nutrition Biochemistry showed that gluten-free foods reduce inflammation, adiposity, and insulin resistance.

CORN OIL

Omega-6 fatty acids in corn oil are bad for your health. These fats trigger inflammation, as shown in a study published in the Journal of Nutrition and Metabolism.

So, limit your consumption of soy, peanuts, salad dressings, grape seed and safflower oil.

REFINED SALT

Table salt contains tons of additives and chemicals that harm the balance of fluids in your body. Don’t use table salt to prevent the loss of calcium. Junk meals are packed with table salt, so try to avoid these. Use Himalayan pink salt and sea salt instead of table salt.

Source: www.hbnteam.com

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Your eating habits have a huge impact on the way you feel. The same applies to pain. Some foods can make your pain more severe, and cause inflammation, swellings, and discomfort. Pain can be acute or chronic, ranging from mild to severe. It’s usually caused by gout, arthritis, injuries, leukemia,...