10 Super Foods That Can Help Ease Arthritis Pain

These foods-high in nutrients, and rich in antioxidants-can help reduce inflammation and discomfort.

Most recent medical breakthroughs have focused on the development of new drugs, surgical treatments, gene therapies, and other high-tech innovations. But science continues to investigate how something as simple as the foods we eat can affect chronic conditions such as arthritis. "Research is ongoing, but scientists have already found that certain foods can ease arthritis-related inflammation and pain," says Andrea Dunn, RD, LD, CDE, a nutritionist at Cleveland Clinics Westlake Family Health Center.
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