10 October 2019

Top 9 Worst Food For Arthritis - Foods to AVOID

Top 7 Worst Food For Athritis When you have arthritis, your body is in an inflammatory state. What you eat may not only increase inflammation, it can also set you ...

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you have arthritis your body is in an inflammatory state what you eat may not only increase inflammation it can also set you up for other chronic conditions such as obesity heart disease and diabetes here are nine food ingredients that may trigger more inflammation in your body refined carbohydrates white flour products breads rolls crackers white rice white potatoes instant mashed potatoes or french fries and many cereals are refined carbohydrates research has shown that processed carbohydrates may Trump fats as the main driver of escalating rates of obesity and other chronic conditions sugar it may be hard to resist desserts pastries chocolate bars sodas even fruit juices however research has shown that processed sugars trigger the release of inflammatory messengers called cytokines saturated fats several studies have shown that saturated fats trigger adipose fat tissue inflammation which is not only an indicator for heart disease but it also worsens arthritis inflammation pizza cheese include meat products especially red meat full fat dairy products pasta

dishes and grain-based desserts trans fats known to trigger systemic inflammation trans-fat can be found in fast foods and other fried products processed snack foods frozen breakfast products cookies donuts crackers and most stick margarines avoid foods with partially hydrogenated oils in the ingredient labels omega-6 fatty acids omega-6 fatty acids are an essential fatty acid that the body needs for normal growth and development the body needs a healthy balance of omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acids excess consumption of omega 6's can trigger the body to produce pro-inflammatory chemicals these fatty acids are found in oils such corn safflower sunflower grapeseed oil peanut and vegetable mayonnaise and many salad dressings gluten and casein people who have joint pain and are sensitive to gluten we found in wheat barley and rye or casein found in dairy products it may find relief by avoiding them and those diagnosed with celiac disease in which gluten sets off an autoimmune response that damages the small intestine and sometimes causes joint pain may find relief when they adopt a gluten-free

diet MSG monosodium glutamate MSG is a flavor enhancing food additive most commonly found in prepared Asian food and soy sauce but it can also be added to fast foods prepared soups and soup mixes salad dressings and this chemical can trigger two important pathways of chronic inflammation and affect liver health aspartame aspartame is a non nutritive intense artificial sweetener found in more than four thousand products worldwide we are not sure about its effect on people with autoimmune disease if you are sensitive to this chemical your immune system may react to the foreign substance by attacking the chemical which in return will trigger an inflammatory response alcohol alcohol is a burden to the liver excessive use weakens liver function and disrupts other multi-organ interactions and can cause inflammation it is best eliminated or used in moderation