7 winter foods to avoid stiff joints

Updated on:13 December 2021, 17:48pm IST

Your joints become more susceptible to stiffness and pain when the temperature drops and winter arrives. Your muscles feel tensed up and tight. But having certain foods in the season can ward off joint stiffness. Come, let's find out.

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Millets are high in fibre and rich in amino acid. They contain quercetin, which has anti-inflammatory properties. It reduces joint pain and keeps you warm and fuller for a long tim e.How to use: You can include buckwheat and Ragi in your diet. It is rich in calcium which is good for bone health.... Read More

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Desi ghee is a rich source of vitamins, antioxidants and healthy fats, which in turn helps to reduce joint stiffness by lubricating joints and soothing inflammation.

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These are high in omega-3 fatty acids. Nuts helps in reducing join swelling and pain, and keep your body warm during winters. Nuts like almonds, cashew, walnuts are rich in fiber, calcium, magnesium, zinc and vitamin E. They have anti-inflammatory properties.... Read More

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A lot of green leafy vegetables are easily available in the winter season. They are high in vitamins and minerals also full of antioxidants. It is a must to add them in your diet. They contain sulforaphane which slow down bone-related problems. Uses: Cook them with lesser oil and consume them in soups for better absorption by the body.... Read More

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Bone broth soup is made by simmering the bones and connective tissue of animals. Bone soup is rich in minerals, glucosamine and amino acid, which are good for bone health and there fore provide relief from joint pain.... Read More

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Turmeric has been a trusted natural antibiotic and pain reliever. It has been known for its anti-inflammatory and antioxidants properties which in turn helps in reducing joint pain and stiffness.How to use: You can use it in turmeric tea or in vegetables for quick absorption by the body.... Read More

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Ginger and garlic has been known to have antiseptic properties that help reduce joint pain and swelling. They contain anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant properties.How to use: Ma ke a paste and apply them directly. You can drink ginger tea and cook food rich in both ginger and garlic.... Read More