What you eat could be crucial in helping or worsening health conditions. Such is the case with inflammation, which is a key cause of pain in many conditions, including rheumatoid arthritis. According to a report, there is some evidence to suggest that certain foods might help ease inflammation.
Some of the foods that could be potentially harmful when it comes to pain include: bacon, butter, cream, red meat, sugary drinks, gluten and more. On other hand, some of the foods that could be potentially helpful when it comes to pain include: olive oil, turmeric, onions, salmon, strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, cherries, broccoli, yogurt and garlic. There are also some foods (alcohol, milk and eggplant) that could work or not work; they're in between since it depends on many variables.
If possible, use trial and error to see if these foods work for you.
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