Arthritis ‘eased with vegan diet’

Turning vegan can improve joint pain in rheumatoid arthritis patients, a study claim.

Eating a plant-based diet without calorie restrictions could be the key in easing the agony felt by an estimated 400,000 UK adults.

Researchers have found early diagnosis and treatment is one of the keyways to prevent the auto-immune condition from getting worse, but diet could now be a factor.

In the study of 44 adults, patients who went vegan had a far greater reduction in joint pain compared to those who have an unrestricted diet.  The findings were published in the American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine.

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