Are tomatoes bad for arthritis? The 18 best vegetables for inflammation

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Instead of focussing on what to cut out, start thinking about which foods you could incorporate into your diet to fight arthritis symptoms.

The Arthritis Foundation explains: “When you have arthritis, the produce section is one of the most important stops you can make in the grocery store.

“Vegetables are rich in antioxidants and other nutrients that protect against cell damage and lower inflammation throughout the body, including in your joints.

“When choosing vegetables, remember the more colour the better, and variety is key.”



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