Pumpkin. Pumpkin is rich in carotenoids, which help reduce the risk of diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis. A large amount of vitamin C is also beneficial to bone and cartilage health.
Mushrooms. Both round mushrooms and shiitake mushrooms contain anti-inflammatory ingredients that help the body fight inflammation and relieve joint pain.
Virgin olive oil. A number of studies have found that virgin olive oil is rich in polyphenols with anti-inflammatory properties that help relieve muscle and joint pain.
Green tea. A variety of antioxidants in green tea help relieve stiffness in the limbs and joint pain. The effect of relieving joint pain is more pronounced by squeezing lemon juice in tea. Because citrus fruits such as lemon are beneficial to the formation of collagen, they play a key role in protecting cartilage.
Ginger. The anti-inflammatory properties of ginger have been confirmed by several studies. It is convenient to eat, both for cooking or soup, and for making tea. Winter arthritis is frequent, and eating ginger has a good effect. But ginger can dilute the blood, so it is best not to eat during the anticoagulant.