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December 14, 2017

Ingredients: (makes 2 cups)

2 cups water
½ inch (2cm) piece of root
½ tsp grated nutmeg
2 tbsp orange juice
Honey or agave nectar (optional)

Directions:

  • Thinly slice or grate the root and put in a saucepan with the water and add the nutmeg. Bring to the boil, simmer for 2-3 minutes then turn off the heat

  • Add the orange juice and let steep (sit) for 5-10 minutes

  • Pour through a tea strainer and enjoy!

  • Add some honey or agave if you like your tea a bit sweeter.

December 5, 2017

More than 7 million adults in the UK (15% of the population) have long-term health problems due to arthritis and related conditions. In the absence of arthritis it is still important to try and keep your joints in good working order with regular exercise and a healthy diet. Keeping to an ideal weight can also help take pressure off your joints.

There is a lot of debate about whether what you eat affects symptoms of arthritis. Some people feel that their symptoms are improved by avoiding certain food such as the nightshade family of vegetables (tomatoes, aubergine, peppers), dairy or wheat. However, you should never omit important food groups without the advice of a  nutritional therapist or you may lack important nutrients.

There are also foods that may help reduce pain and inflammation for some people.

  • Omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids, contained in oily fish, could ease the symptoms of inflammatory arthritis. Essential fatty acids are believed to reduce the process of inflammation...

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