Which Foods Reduce the Risk of Joint Calcification?

Which Foods Reduce the Risk of Joint Calcification?
Which Foods Reduce the Risk of Joint Calcification?

Dietician Hülya Çağatay gave information about the subject. Joint calcification, known as osteoarthritis in medical language, is the most common joint disease among the people. Osteoarthritis occurs as a result of the wear and tear of the cartilage tissue surrounding the bone ends over time. It is a condition that starts with a mild discomfort in the joints and progresses to the extent that it can cause serious disability.

It can be said that it is usually seen after the age of 40. Effectively on this disease; There are many risk factors such as age, gender, obesity, genetic factors and occupational difficulties. It has been supported by studies that the incidence increases with age and that it is more common in women than in men.

How does obesity affect joint calcification?

High body mass index is an important risk factor for joint calcification. Obesity puts a lot of strain on the joints. In addition to increasing the load on the joints, it also alters the posture and gait, disrupting the joint biomechanics. For this reason, it is very important to lose weight with controlled nutrition and regular exercise for obese patients.

4 basic nutritional recommendations that we can pay attention to in joint calcification

1. Drinking lots of water

Another important feature of water, which is very important for our body, is that it provides support to the joints. Apart from water, the milk, ayran and kefir we consume also contribute to bone health with their high calcium content.

2. Consuming plenty of vegetables and fruits

A balanced intake of vitamins and minerals necessary for bone health is also very important. Consumption of vegetables and fruits is of great importance for these vitamins and minerals.

3. Reducing consumption of fatty red meat

Consumption of red meat, as a result of excessive intake of animal proteins, increases the excretion of calcium in the body with urine. In order to protect bone health, it will be more beneficial to consume protein-rich legumes such as lentils, beans and peas by reducing the consumption of red meat.

4. Increasing consumption of oily fish

Fish consumption is also very effective against joint diseases due to the fact that they are sourced from omega-3 fatty acids. Consumption of fish species such as anchovies, tuna and salmon will greatly contribute to bone health.

Green tea in the prevention of joint calcification

As green tea has the ability to protect against many diseases, it also has positive effects in joint calcification. Green tea contributes to our bone health with its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Green tea, which is highly preferred for lime removal from the body, is good for joint pain and swelling caused by calcification. At the same time, as a result of research, it has been seen that green tea extract increases the effectiveness of drugs applied to reduce pain.

Fruits and vegetables that reduce the risk of hip arthritis

As a result of the researches, it has been seen that a diet rich in fruits and vegetables reduces the risk of hip arthritis. It has been confirmed by research that diallyl disulfide, which is the effective component of these vegetables, is effective on calcification.

So what are these vegetables and fruits?

Examples of these foods are apples, bananas, peaches, pears, melons, grapes and dried fruits. When looking at vegetables, onions, garlic and leeks are foods that reduce the risk of calcification.

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