Foods rich in vitamin C
Oranges, strawberries, kiwis, broccoli, parsley and tomatoes will hamper the inflammation in our bodies together with the omega-3, and this vitamin is also in charge of the synthesis and the maintenance of cartilage and collagen in our joints.
Meats and derivatives
These improve the function of our joints while supplying the necessary amino acids for synthesis of the cartilage and by decreasing the time needed for recovery of the lesions. The contained iron and zinc in them are also needed for the healing of injuries, but however, high ingesting of meat is not recommended. Two to three servings of 100 grams of meet per week are sufficient
- Eat foods abundant in calcium, magnesium, and phosphorus, and vitamin D
- Always control your weight to avoid overweight and obesity