The sun is out, and it’s time to get outside and active again! If you’ve been having trouble stretching, or just have muscle and joint pain from time to time, there are several steps you can take to getting back to the activity-filled summer you’ve been dreaming about. For instance, did you know that your diet actually has a huge part to play in your joint health? In this video, we will look at the best foods that you can incorporate into your diet to have strong and healthy joints this summer. Let’s get started!
The best food to eat to help with joint pain, without a doubt, is oily fish. The acids in fish help to limit the production of negative proteins that cause arthritis.
By breaking down these negative proteins, you can be back to comfortable exercise quickly. If you’re not a fan of fish, then walnut and brazil nuts are a great replacement. These nuts are a great source of Omega 3 acid, which combats joint pain at the source. Finally, dark green leafy vegetables have historically proven to help with joint pain.