6 Fruits that are good for arthritis – Strawberry


Another fantastic antioxidant and anti-inflammatory.

Strawberry, Water Splashes, Splash

It is all a similar story to the others really, strawberry allergy is common so see how you get on with them. I worked with a guy who loved them but discovered that they triggered his gout.

The verdict

As you will all have noticed from reading through these pages, all the fruits boast the same kind of benefits usually with slight variations on what vitamin or mineral they contain.

Basically, the information tells us that eating them can contribute to reductions in pain and overall better health. It is up to you how you want to consume them if indeed you want to at all.

There are other fruits that will have similar benefits, the reason for the ones I have picked is that all of them apart from apples are fairly low on the glycaemic scale.

Meaning that eating them shouldn’t cause as much of a spike in blood sugar levels as other fruits can. It is your choice whether that concerns you but obviously there will be people reading this who have diabetes.

I personally try to stick to limiting my sugar intake especially as diabetes runs in my family.

Organic fruit will obviously be the better choice as they are free from pesticides and more as nature intended. Most supermarkets have organic choices now and I usually pay the extra and opt for them.

Other fruits you can consider are cherries, grapes, raspberries, watermelon.

Hope this helps, speak soon,



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