How The Wrong Food = Arthritis Pain

Arthritis may be something some people have to live with, but there are ways to make it less painful. One of those ways is by making some simple changes to your diet.

Did you know there are certain foods that are known inflammatories, leading to even more pain and swelling? We’ll tell you which ones.

And there is one specific tea that contains a natural ingredient that shows down the inflammation in your body. We’ll share that with you as well.

Have trouble eating regular meals, but still want to get the nutrition you need to help relieve your pain? We’ll show you how juicing can be your answer.

You’ll learn all that and more!

And you won’t have to spend hours researching the Internet trying to figure it out. We’ve done the work for you. It’s all in this special report!

Discover the do’s and don’ts of eating when it comes to arthritis pain.


Pretty much everyone knows arthritis causes swelling, stiffness, and pain in the joints it is affecting. This can be constant pain, or just flare up under certain circumstances.

But not everyone knows their diet may be making it worse. To help manage your arthritis, you should switch to an anti-inflammatory diet with foods that reduce the inflammation instead of making it worse. Here is a quick rundown of what foods to eat (or not eat) when you have arthritis.

What You Should Avoid

Before you learn about the foods that can help with your arthritis, it helps to understand which ones you need to avoid. These are foods that are known to be inflammatory, which can cause swelling and inflammation of your joints, which then leads to more pain. Some foods to avoid if you have arthritis include preservatives, salt, added sugar, refined carbs, dairy, processed foods, and fried foods. When using cooking oil, avoid using corn oil.