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Before I tell you about health nutrition that you need to continuously have in your kitchen if you complain of any knees pain, I would like to thank all my students, and everyone in our publishing team, for their restless efforts in helping endlessly.
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Dear 1Zumba friend, Claudio, I had some excellent answer for your question, regarding the best kind of nutrition for having pain in your knees. I hope you would try it, unless you consulted a physician, and advised otherwise.
Vitamin E is known for its strong antioxidant powers. Researchers found less vitamin E in the knees of the osteoarthritis patients, implying that they were getting less of the vitamin’s protective benefits. Almonds, sunflower seeds and oil, hazelnuts, peanuts and spinach are all excellent sources of vitamin E.
Vitamin D is found in cells throughout the body. Those with a low amount of vitamin D in their diet were at increased risk for worsening knee osteoarthritis. Fatty fish — such as salmon, tuna and mackerel — are good sources of this vitamin. It’s also added to vitamin D fortified milk, yogurt, orange juice and cereal.
Vitamin C is well known as an essential nutrient. One study (Arthritis Research and Therapy, 2007) looked at 293 healthy, middle-aged adults. Knee MRIs performed 10 years apart showed that people who reported consuming less vitamin C had more change in their leg bones — thought to be a precursor to the cartilage loss that marks knee osteoarthritis. Oranges, bell peppers, grapefruit, strawberries and broccoli all contain vitamin C.
Vitamin K may not get as much attention, but some research indicates that lack of sufficient vitamin K may contribute to osteoarthritis of the knee. In one study (Journal of Orthopaedic Science, 2009), a low intake of vitamin K was associated with a greater risk of knee osteoarthritis in 719 people age 60 and older. Green leafy vegetables such as spinach, broccoli, kale, turnip and mustard greens, collards and Swiss chard are high in this vitamin.
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