Arthritis research favours curry
IF you want to beat the symptoms of arthritis, regularly making a vegetable curry could be a good place to start.
A study has found a diet rich in spices and vegetables can fight the inflammation which causes joints to swell and stiffen.
Researchers from KIIT University in India also named dried plums, blueberries, olive oil and green tea among the foods that can relieve the symptoms.
Dr Bhawna Gupta, one of the authors, said: “Supporting disease management through food and diet does not pose any harmful side effects and is relatively cheap and easy.”
A vegetable curry contains ingredients which could help with arthritis.