Diet in Orthopedics *Cartilage * Bone * Eye * Skin Health

Cartilage * Bone * Eye * Skin Health

Leafy Greens, Starchy Root vegetables and Soy products contain Hyaluronic acid (HA), while homemade broths made from animal bones, skin and connective tissues are even better sources.

Tofu, Soy milk, Soy sauce, Soy pasta, and Soy yogurt contain HA.

Potatoes are some of the good vegetable sources of HA.

Red Combs of Hens and Roosters contain loads of sugar molecule hyaluronan

Spices and Pepper

Vitamin C is ascorbic acid, which plays a big role in stimulating the production of hyaluronic acid

Red, Yellow, Orange and Green Peppers, Cilantro and Parsley

Goose Berry – Indian Amla

Citrus Fruits Oranges, lemons, grapefruits, limes.

Fresh Fruits Bananas, apples, avocados, tomatoes, melons, pineapples, pears, and peaches

Red Wine non alcoholic

Rationale of Hyaluronic Acid isoflavones, which is what raises your estrogen levels and in turn, your hyaluronic acid levels.

Vitamin D Deficiency

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   Gout Dietary Advice

D A R E 2 Limit Uric Acid # L E A D the downfall of U.A

D RINK: 💧🥛🍵☕️Water, Skimmed milk, diluted laban (Indian lassi),coffee, tea, freshly squeezed fruit juices and natural smoothies. Try for eight to 16 glasses/cups of fluids a day with at least 50 % of that as water.

A VOID: 🛑⛔️🍻🥃🍹🍡🍩🎂Excess of Meat, Alcohol and Seafood. Refined carb foods such as white bread, cakes, candy and high-fructose corn syrup. Shrimps, Lobsters, Sardines, mussels, scallops, trout, haddock, mackerel and tinned tuna.

R EDUCE: 🔽⏬Weight and DO: Regular exercises🏊‍♀️⛹️🤸🏽‍♂️🤽‍♂️

E AT: 🍒🥚🥒🍇🥑More vegetables, fruits & whole grains, which provide complex carbohydrates, Vitamin C and Cherries. Low-fat dairy products (yogurt, cheese, cottage cheese), Whole wheat flour (Atta). Olive oil, Canola and Sunflower oil are helpful. Whole grain oats, barley and brown rice. Legumes, sweet potato and quinoa. Eggs, nuts, and seeds for protein.


L IMIT: 🚧🥓🍗🍔🍖Proteins rich foods in diet up to 120-180 grams per day (protein requirement is 1gm/kg per day), spinach (Palak), peas, cauliflower or mushrooms, beans or lentils (Indian daal) as they are moderately high in purines but are also a good source of protein.

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