Nutrition & Life-Style changes

Osteoarthritis symptoms can be influenced by nutrition and every-day diet choices. This will help to facilitate a long-term commitment to modifying one’s eating habits. Add in daily regimen of physical activity and maintain an active lifestyle, so OA symptoms can be alleviated.

  • A well-balanced diet encompasses the full spectrum of essential nutrients necessary for optimal health and functioning.

  • Sustaining an active state throughout the day demands a sufficient amount of energy. 

  • In addition, getting enough of essential nutrients is crucial for promoting growth, facilitating repair processes, strengthening general endurance and well-being, and decreasing the risk of diet-related diseases, including certain types of cancers.

  • Engaging in regular physical activity and adhering to a nutritious and well-balanced dietary regimen can contribute to the maintenance of OA, including optimal body weight.

Eating healthy food fills your body with energy and nutritients. Imagine your cells smiling back at you and saying ‘Thank You’

Karen Salmansohn

Certified Nutrition Coach


National Academy of Sports Medicine

Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance, you must keep moving.

Albert Einstein

Success Is The Sum Of Small Efforts, Repeated Day In And Day Out

Robert Collier

Healthy eating is a life-style choice. It is so important to establish routines that are simple, realistically, and ultimately livable…

Nutrition and your every day diet can have both positive and negative effects on arthritis symptoms.

Studies indicate that a Mediterranean diet can reduce inflammation in individuals with osteoarthritis, as well as prevent weight gain, fracture risk, and disability.

The diet emphasizes locally grown fruits and vegetables, healthful fats such as olive oil and nuts, whole grains and fish, yogurt, and a glass of wine on occasion.

People in Greece and southern Italy have consumed a Mediterranean diet for centuries, and it is credited with their longevity and low rates of chronic diseases such as osteoarthritis, diabetes, obesity, heart disease, and dementia.

Along with a Mediterranean diet, it is essential to maintain a lifestyle transformation, as well engaging in daily physical activity.