Food choices can help reduce inflammation and pain, RDs say

10/18/2012 | Detroit News, The

Research shows the benefits of a Mediterranean-style diet for reducing inflammation and managing pain, dietitians said. RD Jessica Crandall says high-fat, high-sodium foods can raise inflammation levels in the body, while foods with antioxidants and omega-3 fatty acids can reduce them. Foods that may help reduce pain include fish, green tea, red grapes, pomegranates and coffee.

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