5 Joint-Friendly Foods, and 5 That May Hurt Them
You can eat for healthy joints
Knee pain while climbing stairs is often the first sign of osteoarthritis (OA), according to a 2015 University of Leeds study. Your MD may prescribe physical therapy or show you some exercises to do at home—and recommend a more joint-friendly diet. Certain foods protect against arthritis, while others can worsen it. Keep these picks and skips in mind the next time you hit the grocery store.
Best: Low-fat milk
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Best: Virgin olive oil
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