Rheumatoid Arthritis: Diet
Arthritis & Diet Quiz
Does diet have any impact on arthritis? Do specific foods or supplements reduce inflammation? Does diet affect bone strength and joint flexibility? Take our Arthritis & Diet Quiz.
Vitamin C and Arthritis: Opposite Findings for OA and RA
Two studies have opposite findings regarding the relationship between vitamin C and arthritis.
The Rheumatoid Arthritis Guide: Free E-Course Newsletter
Various aspects of rheumatoid arthritis make it different from other kinds of arthritis. It is important to learn all that you can about the disease. Better understanding will enhance your ability to manage the condition.
Extra Pounds Increase Pain
Being overweight, even just moderately, burdens the joints and increases pain and inflammation.
Diet And Arthritis
Most types of arthritis are unaffected by specific diet, but nutritious eating is important for everyone.
Red meat link to arthritis risk
BBCNEWS reports that eating a large amount of red meat has been linked to an increased risk of developing rheumatoid arthritis. Study results show people who ate meat every day had double the risk of the disease compared to those who ate meat less, perhaps twice a week.
Can Food, Diet Foods or Weight-Loss Programs be Tax Deductible?
Rheumatologists often recommend arthritis patients control their weight. Can weight-loss programs and diet foods be tax deductible? Doctors also recommend a low-purine diet to treat gout. Can the cost of a doctor-recommended special diet be tax deductible?