Arthritis And Antioxidants...Is There A Connection?
Is there a connection with arthritis and antioxidants?
Yes...there definately is a connection with both of them. Antioxidants, it is believed, can certainly improve arthritis.
Well, rheumatoid arthritis is an inflammatory disease. If you have been surfing this site, then by now you will know that
Antioxidants can reduce inflammation and also the pain and swelling associated with arthritis is also helped too. I am not saying that antioxidants are a cure, but they certainly help.
Arthritis patients have experienced reduced pain and swelling by taking
....either individually or a combination of the two.
Low levels of
could also be responsible for making arthritis worse. The reason for this is that a lack of vitamin C in the body can cause a higher risk of blood vessels to leak. Some of these blood cells leak in the joints which triggers an inflammatory reaction.
Vitamin C has been found, in a recent study, to also reduce the risk of cartilage loss and reduce the risk of developing knee pain in sufferers of osteoarthritis.
So, to wrap up......
If you are looking for a good natural arthritis treatment, then I strongly suggest increasing your diet with fruit and veggies which are high in antioxidants (remember your 5 a day?), plus supplement your diet with vitamin C and vitamin E in a
Related Pages at This Website
Senior Nutrition Advice Tips and Remedies
Antioxidants and Seniors Health..Stay Younger, For Longer!
Antiaging Supplements for Seniors
Back From Arthritis And Antioxidants To Homepage