The food you eat affects your arthritis

October 2010
South Asian Post;10/14/2010, p8
The article provides tips from the Arthritis Society on how to prevent arthritis symptoms through healthy eating which include reducing fat and sugar intake and eating plenty of vegetables and fruits.


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