The following fruits contain special nutrients that help reduce inflammation:
cherries, red grapes, apples, and cranberries.
Cherries are thought to have the highest anti-inflammatory properties of any food.... What’s more is that they’re actually packed with antioxidants that suppress inflammation to levels of some pain medicines.
The skin of red grapes is packed with antioxidants and resveratrol – your
Red delicious apples (I spy a colorful theme) have high levels of polyphenols, yet another source of antioxidants that helps
the body rid itself of cell-damaging elements and may suppress inflammation.
Cranberries, yet another antioxidant power-packed fruit have properties that find their way to our cells and direct our body to reduce inflammatory reactions.
More often than not, when people talk about their aches and pains they talk about how they just pop a couple Advil to manage the pain. That may help to cope with the pain, but it certainly isn’t a cure. Eating more fruit may or may not be a cure for you either. Best case scenario, you’ll feel some of your aches and pains lessen over time. Worst case scenario, you’re eating healthy foods that aid a healthy lifestyle and you're getting a great source of vitamins and antioxidants.