Change Your Diet, Change Your Life

Food can play an important role in managing the inflammation and subsequent pain associated with rheumatoid arthritis. Thankfully, that doesn't mean eating like a rabbit. Explore the resources below to learn how small dietary changes can make a big difference. 

The Importance of Food

Your 7-Day Meal Plan for RA: Anti-Inflammatory Recipes

We've put together a full week of recipes using foods that are known for their anti-inflammatory properties.

Omega-3s and Arthritis

Rheumatoid arthritis can progress to varying degrees, but proper treatment, including medications, diet, exercise, and other lifestyle changes, can slow the progression of RA.

Foods that Reduce Inflammation

There are plenty of RA "super foods" available at your local grocery store or farmers market. Find out which ones to pick up.

23 Diet Plans Reviewed: Do They Work?

Keeping fit helps keep stress off your joints. Find out which diets work, which are just fads, and which ones are merely a joke.

Vitamins and Supplements for Joint Health

Some supplements can help when you just can't get everything you need through your food.

Homegrown Herbal Remedies

Besides reducing inflammation, some foods can do a world of good, from easing an upset stomach to calming a hectic mind.

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