2. “Red Wine” that helps
There is a doubt as regards to effect of red wine. We have identified resveratrol as “an anti-inflammatory agent” to be present in Red wine. This is good for your joints. The fact that alcohol has some effects on our senses by reducing the sensations hence reduce pain. When you take about a glass or two cups of Red wine regularly (in moderation), you are on the track of helping to reduce the development of chronic joints diseases which include osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. Resveratol is also present in red grapes and red grape juice.
3. “Tart Cherry Juice” for you alone
When people with joint pain decides to take juice, its usually being discouraged because of the sugar content. This is simply because of the inflammatory properties found in sugar. The lack of fiber in juices also allows the sugar to Flow into the bloodstream easily. However, when you take whole fruit juice, you will get beneficial effects since it contains adequate amount of fibers and natural sweetness. The “no juice rule” has exceptions to Tart Cherry Juice. The Tart Cherry Juice has been found by different studies to be beneficial by reducing inflammation and swelling. This Will subsequently reduce the symptoms of arthritis.