Joint pain can be improved with proper medication, diet, some forms of alternative medicine, and regular exercise. There are also many foods that help fight joint pain, such as turmeric, ginger and garlic, however there are other foods that can cause arthritis-based and gout pain to increase.
These are the top 5 foods you want to stay away from – at least until you find relief:
Red and processed meats – due to their content of chemicals and preservatives such as nitrites. Eat sparingly (once per week), eat less amounts, choose a more natural product without preservatives. Skip deli meats altogether.
Milk products – Their high level of the protein Casein, triggers pain and inflammation. Instead try a regiment of almond or hemp milk, margarine, tofu and other products.
Eggs – Eating eggs regularly can trigger increased swelling and pain in the joints, because of the arachidonic acid in the yolks which produce prostaglandins, an inflammatory agent. Eat sparingly, and remove the yolks eating only the whites.
Beer – Heavy beer drinkers have a higher risk of developing gout and rheumatoid arthritis, because of its high content of gluten and purine, which is converted to uric acid.
Refined flours and grains – Foods like pasta, rice, and white bread, are potent inflammatory agents because of their high-glycemic properties. Instead, replace with gluten-free breads, coconut oils, nuts, seeds, and quinoa.
How to Remove Uric Acid in Joints
with Apple Cider Vinegar
Consuming Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV) the right way cleanses the blood from toxins and boosts blood flow. This in turn helps break up the uric acid crystals and prevents them from reocurrence.
The main reason why this vinegar is so effective in the treatment and prevention of gout and arthritis pain is the compound it contains called acetic acid, which fights uric acid, helping to flush it out of the body.
Users report their joint pain drastically reduced within few hours of drinking the vinegar, and others say their experienced gout pain relief only after few days.
What’s more, ACV offers antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties and helps restore the normal pH levels in the body.
But, you have to make sure you use raw, unpasteurized, undistilled ACV without any additives, available in the natural foods section of your supermarket, or at a health food store. If in doubt, ask for assistance.
Here’s how to remove uric acid in joints with the help of Apple Cider Vinegar:
Pour one or two tablespoons of the right type of Apple Cider Vinegar into a glass of water. Mix well and drink 2 to 3 times daily on an empty stomach (works especially well first thing in the morning, before consuming anything).
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