What you should consider in your diet
Osteoarthritis is a degenerative change in the cartilage and bone structure of one or multiple joints, which is initially non-inflammatory, with increasing joint deformation and destruction. In the course of the disease, there is a narrowing of the joint space resulting eventually in the complete loss of the cartilage layer and thus also the shock absorber function. Drug therapy has a number of anti-inflammatory and analgesic substances, as well as substances for the regeneration of cartilage and synovial fluid (e.g. hyaluronic acid, glucosamine sulfate or chondroitin polysulfate), which, depending on the drug, are administered intravenously, intramuscularly or directly into the joint via the feed or by injection. As some of the substances are not without side effects. It is a good reason to perhaps consider alternatives from the field of naturopathy. Especially if the treatment has to be administered, as is the case with arthritic changes, over a longer period of time.
This is also important if one assumes that acidosis is the starting point for osteoarthritis, since acid anti-inflammatory drugs or even cortisone are known to reduce potassium and only contribute to the intensification of acidosis in the long term. How can one then influence the cartilage degradation associated with osteoarthritis - apart from medication? Here, cartilage protecting substances in the diet, such as glucosamine sulfate, chondroitin sulfate, collagen hydrolysate and also micronutrients such as vitamins, minerals and amino acids, all play an important role. The effect of the mentioned cartilage protection and building substances can be further improved by adding micronutrients such as the anti-inflammatory omega-3 fatty acids and antioxidants (vitamins C, E, among others), but also minerals such as calcium. The trick now is to administer all these biological building blocks in the right combination and dosage over a longer period.
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