While there is no single arthritis-curing diet, diet and nutrition can play an important role in preventing or minimizing arthritis symptoms and flares. Whether it is as straightforward as gout patients avoiding purine-rich foods or as novel as elimination diets to identify inflammation-causing additives, paying close attention to and modifying your diet, along with other lifestyle choices, may lead to more manageable arthritis symptoms.
The keys to successfully embarking on an anti-inflammatory diet is finding the right food or combination of foods, taking the time to let it work, and using exercise to enhance the effects.