Wellness - General Health | 6-18 yrs

Foods That Fight Pain

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What do you do when you fall ill? In many cases, you take a tablet to ease the pain. How about you eat the next time you experience pain?

Confused? Looking for a natural remedy to cure your aches and pains? There are certain foods that can actually fight pain better than medicine. For instance, eating salmon and fish rich in Omega-3 can potentially reduce the risk of developing rheumatoid arthritis.

Similarly, ginger is a natural anti-inflammatory food, which helps fight pain.

Go through this ClipBook to read about other foods that are more effective than medicines in fighting pain.

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Ginger

According to a research in the Journal of Pain reports that ginger is an effective natural anti-inflammatory that helps reduce pain and inflammation. Both raw ginger and heated ginger were used in the study with similar effectiveness.

Oatmeal Drink

An oatmeal drink is full of essential and natural items that will help you relieve the pain from your joints and knees. It’s rich in minerals and vitamins that do an excellent job reducing inflammation and give you vitamin C, potassium, magnesium,...

Salmon

Salmon and other Omega-3-rich fish have long since been touted as a good foodstuff to stave off heart disease, but a new benefit has been added to the list. Eating a weekly portion could halve the risk of developing rheumatoid arthritis.

Coffee

A headache is a pain in the head that occurs randomly and sporadically but is not actually a disease. Caffeine is the cheapest, easiest, most available drug to treat a migraine. It constricts blood vessels which can decrease pain. If you feel a mi...

Sage

Herbal remedies can take many forms. In this case, it’s a tea or infusion or tisane. It’s all the same thing. Hot water causes the sage leaves to offer the gift of healing for your sore throat!

Recipes For Foods That Fight Pain

Looking for a natural home remedy for your aches and pains? Science shows some foods may help fight pain naturally. Try these healthy recipes featuring pain-fighting ingredients.

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