Eating Fish Twice a Week Can Help Ease Symptoms of Arthritis
A recent research from the UK finds that eating fish just twice a week can help relieve the symptoms of arthritis.
For the study, the team of researchers followed 176 patients with rheumatism living in Baltimore and estimated how often they ate fish over the past year, as well as the size of the portion. The fish, included in the study, were tuna, salmon, sardines, raw fish such as sashimi or sushi, and grilled, steamed baked trout, sole, halibut, grouper, and poke.
Dr. Sara Tedeschi, the lead author of the study in Arthritis Care and Research, says: “If our finding holds up in other studies it suggests that fish consumption may lower inflammation related to rheumatoid arthritis disease activity.”
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