Joint Pain Recipe Solution

Have you ever noticed the ‘ingredient search’ option on the All Recipe website? A friend showed me this a few years ago and now I use it constantly. To find this nifty tool, go to www.allreceipes.com and type in a few items you have kicking around the house in the ‘ingredient search’. Then - BOOM - you are given some great recipe options to make with items you actually have. This can be especially useful if you are wanting to use specific healthy food choices to promote changes in your body, like joint inflammation and pain.

The joints that form the connection between our bones can be very painful from injury or disease or often simply from aging. Conditions like arthritis, osteoarthritis, fibromyalgia or common knee/hip/shoulder pain can be extremely common. It is in our best interest to get on the healthy side of our joint function as often as we can. We can help our joints by eating well and adding specific foods to our diet. Here are some great joint health promoting foods that you can add to your ingredient search on www.allrecipes.com.

Salmon

  • Curbs inflammation

  • Loaded with Omega 3’s, Vitamin D and Calcium

Red Peppers

  • Rich in Vitamin C

  • Promotes Collagen

Cherries, Blueberries, Blackberries, Pomegranates

  • Curbs inflammation

  • May reduce inflammation flare ups

Nuts

  • Contains healthy fats and antioxidants

  • Assists body reduce inflammation

  • Helps repair damage caused by inflammation

Orange Vegetables (baby carrots, butternut squash, sweet potatoes

etc.)

  • Contains beta-carotene and Vitamin A

  • Helps fight inflammation

Dark Leafy Greens (brussel sprouts, bok choy, spinach, broccoli)

  • Rich in antioxidants

  • Reduce arthritis pain

Turmeric

  • Reduces pro-inflammatory enzymes

  • Eases arthritis pain and swelling

Other fan favorite joint healthy additives are; onion, basil, olive oil and ginger. All of these add flavor and glamour to our regular dishes.

In addition to eating well, book a relaxing massage to add to your healthy schedule. With all that healthy food inside of you, now take some time to relax and have some pressure removed from your bones and joints. A massage from a registered massage therapist in southwest Calgary,  will help reduce inflammation, improve circulation and get much needed nutrients and oxygen to reach the damaged tissue area.

Combine great healthy food and massage for you body today! Look up www.allrecipes.com and give us a call @ The Massage for Health Clinic in Calgary’s Southwest @ 403-225-0763.

www.massage4health.ca

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