8 Foods to Control Soreness and Joint Pain

Chronic inflammation is bad news.It’s been linked to cancer, heart disease, diabetes, asthma, and Alzheimer’s. It can also worsen autoimmune diseases, arthritis, food allergies, and other issues and conditions.But the good news is, we can do a lot to manage pain and disease through what we eat.Less Wheat, Less SugarYou may not be happy to hear it, but wheat and sugar are big contributors to inflammation and joint pain. They also block the absorption of beneficial nutrients and minerals from other foods.Following a diet low in processed foods and refined sugar and high in whole foods will help you prevent, reverse or manage conditions like type 2 diabetes, arthritis, and fibromyalgia. The Benefits of Whole FoodSimply put, whole food has one ingredient – the food itself.For example, beans, nuts, fish, and any fruit or vegetable would be considered a whole food, whereas anything that comes in a box or package has more than one ingredient and is likely processed. Anything…

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