Millions of people are suffering from knee problem. Knee pain and stiff joint may be as hurting as to limit people’s movement. People use medication, injections, surgery and lifestyle changes like avoiding squirting, weight bearing to overcome the knee trouble.
Recently certain foods have been found those have good ability to ease knee pain. They contain good amount of pain relieving and anti-inflammatory properties, which are very much effective. The food items that can helps you in fighting with knee pain are as follows:
The intake of soy will lessen down the pain and discomfort in joint. Consume soy for three month, every day and you will see the change.
According to researchers, Soy is a rich source of isoflavones, anti-inflammatory properties, and plant hormones. You may include soy in your stews, steamed vegetables, soy burgers and salads. Even soy milk is very much beneficial on knee pain.
Vitamin C is an amazing source of anti-oxidant properties. Vitamin C prevents knee from getting hit by osteoarthritis. You may get vitamin C in ample of fruits such as orange, lemon, grapefruit, papaya and blueberries. Instead of consuming all junk food during your mid meals, it is advisable to grab some vitamin C packed fruits. It flushes out all toxic matter from the body that hammers your immune system.
Spinach is said to provide ample amount of energy to your body. It is loaded with antioxidants that keep you away from knee pain due to osteoarthritis. Add spinach to your green leafy salad. Include spinach to your curry.
Include herbs such as turmeric; cumin seeds, cinnamon, etc possess powerful anti-inflammatory properties. This properties help in fighting with knee problems. These herbs will spice your food as well as relieve you from severe pain. Even ginger is good herb that helps in lessening down knee pain.
All these food items are highly beneficial for the treatment of knee pain. A healthy diet can improve your health and repair the damaged cells of your body. Include these foods in your regular diet and feel the experience.
Source: The Daily Star, March 27, 2010