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Diet Care for Rheumatoid Arthritis

Rheumatoid arthritis is a chronic inflammatory disorder that can affect more than just your joints. In some people, the condition can damage a wide variety of body systems, including the skin, eyes, lungs, heart and blood vessels. The common symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis are joint pain, stiffness, tenderness, swelling and redness. A balanced diet rich in antioxidants, omega 3 fatty acids is very helpful to control the inflammation.

To Avoid To Consume
Tomato Broccoli
Potato Lentils
Peas and Brinjal Haricot beans
- Spinach
- Kale
- Pumpkin
- Green coriander
- Onion
- All gourds
- Watercress
white flour Wheat
- Buckwheat
- Oats
- Quinoa
- Brown rice
- Barley
All Citrus fruits. Pomegranate
- Apples
- Banana
- Papaya
- Pear
- Apricots
- guava
Black gram Legumes
- Soybean
Dairy Products
Whole milk and Cream Low-fat milk (Occasionally)
Cottage cheese -
Curd -
Buttermilk -
Yogurt -
Butter -
Excess salt Ginger
- Turmeric
- Coriander
- Fenugreek
- Fennel
- Cumin
- Black pepper
Whole milk drinks Coconut water
Cream based liqueurs Green juice
canned soup and packaged soup Herbal tea
Alcohol Beetroot juice
Soft drinks Green Tea
Squashes Aloe Vera juice
Carbonated drinks Gooseberry juice
Red meat Egg white
Pork Grilled fish (Salmon,tuna)
- Chicken soup
Cashew Almonds and Walnuts (Soaked)
Peanuts -
Palm oil Cow ghee
Butter Mustard oil
- Olive oil
- Soybean oil
- Rice bran oil
- Almond oil
- Coconut oil
Other Foods
Processed and prepared foods Home made only
Mayonnaise -
Spicy foods -

Diet Plan For Rheumatoid Arthritis

Early Morning

Herbal tea / Cumin water / Fenugreek water


Veg Dalia / Veg upma / Veg Idli / Veg poha / Chapatti with veg or Dal


Fruit / Coconut water/ Salad


Chapatti / Boiled rice / Vegetable with Dal and Salad


Green tea / Rice flakes snack / Home-made Soup / Herbal tea


Chapatti / Vegetable with Dal / Salad

Things To Remember

  • Do not skip any meal especially breakfast.
  • Increase servings of seasonal fruits and vegetables.
  • Drink 8- 10 glasses of water daily.
  • Avoid junk and food that trigger the inflammation.