Arthri­tis re­search favours curry

The Sunday Times - - NEWS -

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.

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