L’alimentation pour des articulations en bonne santé !

Food for healthy joints!

Our diet plays an essential role in our health.

Adopting a varied and balanced diet is necessary for the proper functioning of our body.

Discover our dietary advice and the best foods to relieve and prevent joint inflammation.

Foods to favor:

Omega 3:

Omega 3, these polyunsaturated fatty acids, are an ultra-effective weapon against inflammation.

For your cooking and dressings, favor therefore olive and rapeseed oils rather than sunflower oil.

Twice a week eat fatty fish rich in omega 3 (salmon, sardines, mackerel)

Food supplements can also allow you to increase your omega 3 intake and thus cover the needs of your body.

Omega 3


  • Red fruits:

They are full of vitamins and antioxidants that act in synergy.

So promote strawberries, blackcurrants, raspberries in your diet...

  • Turmeric:

Thanks to its richness in nutrients and active ingredients, turmeric is a spice with multiple health benefits. This is largely due to compounds called "curcuminoids", which are 90% curcumin.

Curcumin is a powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory.

Consuming 1 teaspoon of turmeric daily will reduce and prevent joint aches and pains.

  • Garlic:

Garlic is a bulb vegetable belonging to the Alliaceae family. Used as a condiment, it is a real concentrate of micronutrients.

On the vitamin side: garlic is particularly well provided with vitamin B6, which is involved in the metabolism of proteins and lipids, as well as with vitamin C, a famous antioxidant vitamin.

These active ingredients are also present in onions or leeks: do not hesitate to consume them. Several studies have shown that people who ate it regularly showed fewer signs of early osteoarthritis.

  • Hydration:

To provide maximum protection to your joints, it is essential to get into the habit of staying well hydrated. Consisting mainly of cartilage, the joints are composed of 75% water. Hydration is therefore essential for them to retain all their flexibility.

So get into the habit of consuming 1.5 to 2L of water a day, and in different forms (tea, infusion, herbal teas, etc.)

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