Arthritis Natural Treatments

Arthritis is more common in women than men and in people who are overweight, but it can also develop in children, teens, and younger adults. There are more than 100 different types of arthritis, Two of the most common types are osteoarthritis (OA) and rheumatoid arthritis (RA). Joint pain, stiffness, and swelling are the most common symptoms of arthritis.

Stop those aches and pains

If you wake up to pain in your joints, don’t get alarmed! It could well be an arthritis-a common complaint as you get older. Rheumatoid arthritis, a frequent ailment, is characterized by the swelling and pain of the joints. A well monitored diet is one way to reduce the symptoms.

Your calorie intake should not exceed 2000 calories with suitable modifications in the selection of food groups. The recommended dietary allowance for an older adult male doing a moderate activity is 2300 kcals/day whereas it is 1900 kcals/day for women. Increase your omega–3 fatty acid intake with flaxseeds, walnuts, and soybean. The inclusion of raw or steamed foods as well as fish, children, whole grains, fruits, pulses, dals, sprouts, vegetables, and rich should be given due importance. Antioxidants in beetroot, carrot, apple’s melons, etc. Bring relief but alcohol, berries, tea, coffee, refined wheat, saturated fats, salts processed foods, fried and grilled foods can cause flare-ups and should be avoided.

Pala spinach

Osteoarthritis is a joint disease affecting joints and knees of any age people. Currently Indian scientists at CDRL (Central Drug Research Institute- Lucknow)
have made a nanoformulation from the palak (Pala spinach) to cure these diseases.
The right treatment can greatly reduce your symptoms, you can make a number of lifestyle changes that may help you manage your arthritis.


  • • Head tilt, neck rotation and other exercises to relieve pain in your neck
  • • Finger bends and thumb bends to ease pain in your hands
  • • Leg raises, knee stretches, light walking and other easy exercises for knee arthritis
  • • Regular exercise and physical activity can will keep your joints flexible like swimming and walking.

  • That help strengthen the muscles around the affected joint.

Simple Diet plan

Food items……………..and……………………….Meal

Early morning 130Kcal : 10 gram Almond and Walnut

Breakfast 400 Kcal:

2 cups upama/poha or

4 medium-sized idlis with samber

200 ml Flavored soya milk or 100gm tofu

Mid morning snacks 100 Kcal:
2 medium size fruits- apple/pear/guava/orange

Lunch 665 Kcal:
2 medium sizechapatti

2 cup Yoghurt(cow’s milk)/

2 cup paneer

90 gm Vegetables: 2 cupleafy/

Whole wheat bread-salad

1 sandwiches

150ml cow’s milk

Dinner 410 Kcal:
2 small Chapatti

1 cupThick dal variety salad

Vegetables: 1 cupleafy/

1 cupgourd varietysalad

1/2 cupYoghurt or 2 cups buttermilk

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