If you have joint pain you should avoid these foods

If you have joint pain you should avoid these foods
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It is common knowledge that joint pain tends to be very annoying, and even debilitating. The causes of this condition are many, and of course, pain joint is multifactorial. Although it is very difficult to know the origin of this condition, as if we can tell you, is that there are certain habits that often worsen pain joint.

We know that feeding affects much in the general health of the person, and is even the basis of what we are, since each nutrient we eat, becomes a component of our body. So here are the foods that you should avoid at all costs if you suffer from pain, articulate.

Sugar and artificial sweeteners:

As all inflammatory foods, sugar brings a lot to the inflammation and joint pain. And clear, not only affects in this area but in many other areas of our health. White sugar free “cytokines”, substance that influences the inflammatory process. In addition, it contributes to the excessive pressure of the joints and overweight.

The “American Journal of Clinical Nutrition” published a study in the year 2014 , contributing to the emergence of rheumatoid arthritis in females the artificial sweeteners.

A healthy option is to use honey, stevia or molasses, avoiding highly refined sugars and sweets.

Red and processed meats:

The red and processed meats contain high concentrations of purines and nitrites, an important factor in inflammation and pain. In addition, other toxins from processed red meats give as a result the glycation, a reaction or chemical process that accelerates aging.

IN 2014, a study in “Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences”, glucan (glycation product) present in the meat strengthens the growth of the cancer and worsens the chronic inflammatory process.

Eggs:

As well as red meat, the egg also contains large amounts of chemical reactors, as the acid araquinodico, which react in our bodies is “prostaglandin”, causing inflammation. It is also a source of saturated fat, that wealth affect articular inflammation.

Beer:

Beer, as well as the alcohol affects the equilibrium of the water within our body, producing more inflammation in general, articulate. “Purine” of beer produce uric acid increasing pain. Besides containing large amount of gluten, linked to autoimmune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis.

Productos lácteos:

Los productos lácteos contienen grandes cantidades de proteínas que entorpecen el proceso de revertir la inflamación. Las grasas saturadas de los lácteos como el queso, leche, mantequilla, etc, también aportan al dolor articular. Una buena opción es consumir leches vegetales, ya sea de almendras, de nuez, coco, etc.

Granos y harinas refinadas:

Si bien los granos en general pueden entregar importantes nutrientes a nuestro organismo, contienen también muchos antinutrientes que corroen los hueso y articulaciones. 

Se ha demostrado que el consumo de harinas refinadas y granos esta relacionado directamente con algunas enfermedades autoinmunes inflamatorias crónicas, como la tiroiditis de hashimoto, la gota, artritis reumatoide y vitiligo

Glutamato Monosódico:

Es un realzante del sabor utilizado a nivel industrial. Está presente en caldos deshidratados, ramen, salsas y otros productos. Contribuye al dolor articular y el desgaste  de los cartílagos.

Whey protein:

Inflammation is significantly aggravated with the consumption of “casein” and gluten. The “Journal Nutrition Biochemistry” published a study in the year 2013, which showed that the gluten-free foods significantly reduce inflammation, adiposity, and insulin resistance.

Salt refined:

Seriously affects the homeostatic balance, causing accumulation of fluid between the bones, increasing pain, joint and inflammation. An option healthier is to use sea salt or Himalayan pink salt, contain a balance between sodium and potassium, it is capable of regulating the fluid retention and swelling.

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