The problem of Rheumatic pains or and arthritis enhance during the winters. The relief is possible through the use of vegetables like broccoli and spinach in the meals. Oliver Eton director of Pro-health U.K says that Joint pains and Rheumatism symptoms can be tackled through the use of broccoli and spinach like vegetables. Especially the green coloured plants and dark leafy vegetables like kale, peppers, beetroot and rocket reduce the rheumatic pains. Broccoli remains on top of this list.
As per the findings, it is proved and asserted that a piece of broccoli in the meals cooked every day prevents the slow spread of osteoarthritis. It is found that broccoli also helps in the weight reduction. Orange, Gooseberry ( myrobalan) are also highly effective. The experts have found that fruits like orange, sweet lime, kinnow, lemon, grapes, and gooseberry help much in easing the pains due to rheumatism. Even taking turmeric relieves pain.
Symptoms of the disease. Joints pain is the standard and most common sign of rheumatism. At the outset, Rheumatism attacks the joints of the body, but usually, noticeable in the pain of the finger knuckles and wrist joints. Besides this, the victim’s shoulders, knees, and ankle joints may also have the pain. Later on, the victim may have a fever. The victim will have difficulty to walk.
The home remedies to lessen the rheumatic pains.
For the massage, olive oil use is recommended. Having giloy juice (Tinospora cordifolia ) will banish pain and the inflammation due to rheumatoid arthritis. Butter oil along with giloy juice brings relief to rheumatism.
“While there is no particular diet for folks with rheumatoid arthritis to follow, scientists have found particular meals that can help control inflammation,” as recommended by the Arthritis Foundation.
Most of them found that the Mediterranean diet, that includes fish, deep coloured vegetables and olive oil, among other foods. Most recommended are blueberries, blackberries, cherries, strawberries, spinach, kale and broccoli.”
“Fruits and vegetables have plenty of antioxidants that support the immune system – the body’s original defence system – and may help fight swelling over the body part. Rheumatoid arthritis patients should have at least two cups of fruit a day, and two to three cups of vegetables in each meal.