8. Corn oil
Corn oil is rich in omega 6 fatty acids. Excess consumption of omega 6 produces the pro-inflammatory chemicals which promote inflammation. Omega 6 fatty acids are not bad and they should not be avoided. But excess consumption leads to joint inflammation.
Studies have shown that fish oil contains omega 3 fatty acids and is helpful for joint pains.
People with arthritis also keep an eye on their cholesterol level because they are more likely to get cardiovascular diseases. Try to avoid butter and cheese and consumption of omega 6 fatty acid containing fats. Add olive oil in your diet because it is least refined oil and also contains anti-inflammatory effects.
9. Balanced Diet
There is no proper diet plan for arthritis patients. Every patient body type is different and responds differently to different products.
You need to examine your body keenly to find out what is best and what is worst to eat.
Generally, experts advise arthritis patients to eat a well-balanced diet and try to adopt mindful eating habits.