Centers for Disease Control and Prevention-1 in 5 Adults in the United States have Diagnosed Arthritis(Joint Pain, Inflammation and Swelling of the Joints)-3 Foods That Could Be Making Your Joints Hurt
Arthritis is a form of disorder that includes joint pain, joint inflammation, stiffness and swelling of the joints. This pain can become completely unbearable and miserable to that extent that you will experience a difficulty in performing daily tasks like moving the lawn or cooking dinner or even picking up a pen or while taking a walk. About 1 in 5 adults in the United States have doctor-diagnosed arthritis, reports the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and if you are not one of them you probably know someone who is.
According a research, certain food known as anti-inflammatory like olive oil, nuts and fatty fish can actually help your painful joints disappear, but there are also 3 foods that could be making your joints hurt.
These 3 foods are the real culprits for you having a joint pain, and if you’re eating them you only increase the odds of outburst.
A new research has proven that tomatoes even though being considered as an anti-inflammatory, can trigger joint pain. Another research has shown that 20% of the 2015 surveyed people who suffer of a specific type of arthritis called gout, reported tomatoes as a trigger. According analyzed data from 12, 720 people who did not suffer from gout and was found that they had increased levels of uric acid found in their blood due to eating tomatoes. Researchers say that you don’t have to give up your tomatoes, but cutting back and taking a uric acid-reducing drug regularly is preferable.
Corn, Sunflower, Soybean and Cottonseed Oils
The two types of fatty acids, Omega-3 fatty acids and Omega-6 fatty acids are called“essential“because the body can’t produce them. It is very important for the human body to get these fatty acids from the diet, but what is more important is to get them in a certain balance. Omega-6 fatty acids are found in soybean oil and the typical American diet contains up to 25times more omega-6 fatty acids than omega-3 fatty acids. According researchers any ratio that is bigger than 10 to 1 can dramatically raise your risk of cardiovascular disease, asthma and inflammation. Those patients with rheumatoid arthritis get their ratio down to 2 or 3 to 1. Foods also rich in Omega-6 fatty acids: fried foods, margarine, egg yolks and meats.
Sugary soda is linked to the increased diabetes and heart disease risk, due to the fact that sugary consumption encourages the release of inflammatory“messengers“known as cytokines, according to the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.
The analyzed data from two large studies have shown that those women who drank one soda or more daily had a 63% greater risk of arthritis than those who didn’t drink it at all.