The fruits listed below have some of the best anti-arthritis and anti-inflammatory properties.
The flavonoid anthocyanin gives tart cherries their dark red colour and many of its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. Cherry anti-inflammatory qualities have been compared to non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medicines by certain researchers.
Strawberry has more vitamin C per serving than an orange and is naturally low in sugar. Gout, high blood pressure, and cholesterol issues can all be reduced with vitamin C. Women who ate 16 or more strawberries each week had lower C-reactive protein (CRP), a marker of body-wide inflammation associated with arthritic flare-ups and heart disease, according to research.
These berries, like strawberries, are high in vitamin C and anthocyanin. Extracts from the fruit have been found in animal experiments to reduce inflammation and OA symptoms.
The significant content of anti-inflammatory monounsaturated fat in this fruit contributes to its rich, creamy texture. Avocados are also high in lutein, a carotenoid. Avocados, unlike most fruits, are high in vitamin E, a micronutrient that has anti-inflammatory properties. Diets high in these substances have been related to a lower incidence of early OA knee pain.