Inflammation is a major component in most rheumatic pain conditions or rheumatic diseases, therefore it is advisable to eat a good amount of food that reduces inflammation and reduce the consumption of food that contains inflammatory agents. Here are some simple dietary advices that may help reduce rheumatic conditions:



The fat types called omega-3-poly-unsaturated fat and mono-unsaturated fat reduce inflammation and thereby ameliorate rheumatic conditions.

Good sources of omega-3-fatty acids are: fat fish, seafood, flax seeds, perilla, seal meat and oils made from these sources. Seal oil has shown to have an especially beneficial effect by rheumatic conditions. You should eat fat fish at least 2 times a week, and have a meal made of fish or seafood at least every second day. You should use some oils from this group in your dishes in order to get enough omega-6, or take a couple of tablespoons of such oils each day as a medication.

These oils should not be used for frying or warm cooking, they should also be stored cool, and locked. They easily oxidize and react chemically in many ways by exposure to heat and oxygen, and thereby convert to harmful substances.

Good sources of mono-unsaturated fat are: olive, canola, rape, almonds, peanuts, cashew pecan, hickory, hazel nuts, pistachio, macadamia, filbert, avocado and oils made from these sources. These oils can be used for gentle frying and hot cooking, since they are more robust for chemical alternations than omega-3-oils. You should also use some of these oil types in your cooking, and especially olive oil of extra virgin quality.

However, when you add these types of oils to your diet, you should reduce the intake of other types of fat, so that you do not get too much fat.

You should also eat many vegetables, since also these make a body chemistry that reduces inflammation.



Have only a small consume of oils containing much omega-6 poly-unsaturated acids, like soy oil, corn oil, or oils made from these sources: sunflower, safflower, grape seed, cotton seed, walnut, sesame and wheat germ. The fat in these types of oil increases inflammation.

You should however not stop eating food containing, omega-6-fat, since you need some of this fat type.

Most food you buy that is ready to eat from a factory or restaurant, contain much omega-6-fat. You should therefore reduce the consumption of food you do not cook yourself.

Bread, cereals and products made of corn or cereals also increase the inflammation response, especially if they contain wheat. Wheat causes a special type of inflammation in the intestines called celiac disease in some individuals, but may also trigger inflammation of non-celiac type. However, full-corn cereals and full-corn bread are valuable types of food, so you should not stop eating them. But if you eat bread or corn products at every meal, you should reduce your intake of these and eat more potatoes, beans and peas.



You should absolutely not consume fat that has been chemically altered to give it another consistence. This type of fat has a very negative effect on the health and may be very potent inflammatory agents. Margarine, snacks, fast food and ready made cakes or cookies often contain this kind of fat. Unfortunately this type of fat is also often added to bread. A good idea could be to bake your bread yourself.


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