Some foods can be a great help in reducing the symptoms associated with osteoarthritis, claims TheArthritisCures.com
New York, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/09/2013 -- Osteoarthritis affects millions of blokes around the world. Some of the most common symptoms associated with osteoarthritis include pain, swelling and stiffness in joints. Though one of the most important factors in osteoarthritis seems to the depletion of cartilage from in between the joints, certain foods are known to help reduce and control its symptoms.
Foods that are rich in Vitamic C must be included in the daily diet. This is because Vitamin C is known to boost the production of both collagen and proteoglacans, two important constituents of the cartilage that exists in between the joints.
Its worth noting that one of the main functions of the cartilage in between the joints is to help bones glide over each other and prevent any kind of friction among them which could lead to pain, swelling and stiffness in the joints.
According to the TheArthritisCures.com, it could be a good idea to include citrus fruits as well as those that are rich in beta karotene in the daily diet to help reduce osteoarthritis symptoms. Some good examples include strawberries, lemon, tomatoes, pineapple, carrots, pumpkin, dark green vegetables like spinach etc. in the daily diet. Beta karotene is known to slow down the progression of osteoarthritis.
“One more important thing that people need to be aware of is that Omega 3 fatty acids can help combat inflammation in the joints but Omega 6 fatty acids are known to flare up inflammation.
Cold water fish like salmons, tuna, sardines etc. and other foods like olives, olive oil, flaxseed, canola oil are some great sources of Omega 3 fatty acids that must be included as a part of osteoarthritis diet to reduce progression of the joint disorder”, claims TheArthritisCures.com spokesperson.
“Apart from a change in diet, one could do good with a natural arthritis pain relief formula such as Provailen. It is reported to be a 100% natural formulation comprising of ingredients like reishi mushroom, tongat ali or long jack and capsicum extract. This is a supplement that is proven to reduce arthritis pain by up to 90% in 87% of the clients”, says a TheArthritisCures.com spokesperson.
Because of its growing popularity, TheArthritisCures.com decided to conduct their own independent review of Provailen and some of the points highlighted in it are as follows:
- Provailen is said to be 100% natural and free of all kinds of side effects. This could be one of the major factors in its popularity since most of the drugs used to treat arthritis lead to severe side effects some of which include heart burn and acidity.
- Reishi mushroom, the key ingredient in Provailen, is supposed to be as powerful as 5mg of hydrocortisone, while being all natural.
- Casicum extract or capsaicin is said to help reduce inflammation and also ensure rapid absorption of the other ingredients into the body to ensure faster and better effects. However, this could make it a wrong choice for people who are allergic to capsicum.
- Tongat ali or long jack, another ingredient in Provailen, could also be a big help in cases of people that suffer with osteoarthritis since it is known to strengthen the muscle around the joint to limit the burden on the joint.
“Provailen is a good supplement and has also featured in Pain Pathways. It is one supplement that you must consider if you want to lead a normal and pain free life” says a TheArthritisCures.com spokesperson.
To find out more information on Provailen, visit http://thearthritiscures.com/provailen-review
TheArthritisCures.com is a popular health blog that focuses on various kinds of arthritis and treatments required. The site is also known for its in depth analysis and reviews of the latest arthritis and joint relief supplements based on clinical approvals and customer feedback to help users take an informed decision.
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