The 05 Best Juice for Inflammation

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1. Bromelain (found in pineapple juice)

Bromelain, a mixture of enzymes found in pineapple juice, has long been used as a topical treatment for the pain and swelling of sports injuries like tendinitis

Taking bromelain found in pineapple juice has been shown to ease osteoarthritis pain diarrhoea, and cardiovascular disease symptoms. It's also thought to have anti-cancer qualities according to some.

2. Carnosol (found in parsley)

Parsley is rich in the antioxidant vitamins C, A, and E, which have been found to be helpful in reducing inflammation of the joints due to arthritis.

In addition to carnosol, another compound identified in these greens may offer promise in the fight against inflammation and the ensuing malignancies of the prostate, breast, skin, and blood

3. Curcumin (active ingredient in turmeric)

The orange-yellow spice turmeric has been used as a medicinal herb for thousands of years. Recently studies have suggested that the powerful

Many chronic conditions may benefit from turmeric's anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant properties. Research published in Molecules found that curcumin might lower the oxidative stress that causes

4. Folate and vitamin C (in lemon and lime juice)

Citrus fruit juices like lemon and lime juice are terrific sources of vitamin C and folate,

natural killer cells, T-cells and B-cells are all supported by these tissues. Lemon and lime juices have also been shown in studies to be analgesics, antibacterials, antivirals, and antifungals.

5.  Gingerol (active component in ginger root)

You'll find quercetin in many colorful fruits and vegetables. Red wine, black and green tea also contain a good amount of the flavonoid.

antioxidant-rich foods with high levels of quercetin, such as red apples, berries, cherries, kale, and broccoli, have been linked to improved, viruses, and cancer, according to some research.

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