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Foods that can aggravate arthritis include fried meats, processed meals, sugars, refined carbohydrates and dairy products, according to Healthline. Foods that contain salt, preservatives and corn oil can also aggravate a... More »

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Because turkey is a high-purine food, it may aggravate or cause a gout flare-up. For patients with gout, a low-purine diet is often the recommendation, according to the Arthritis Foundation. Gout is an arthritic conditio... More »

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Foods that trigger inflammation and add extra weight, such as red meat, fried food, processed food, alcohol, gluten, sugar and refined flour, are foods that people with need to avoid, notes Everyday Health. They should a... More »

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Fried foods, processed foods, and foods with advanced glycation end-products, sugars and refined carbohydrates can cause inflammation and joint pain for individuals with arthritis, according to Healthline. Dairy products... More »

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People with arthritis should avoid eating candy, soda, dairy products, salty foods, corn oil and foods that are fried or cooked at high temperatures, according to Healthline. They should also avoid drinking alcohol and u... More »

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Inflammatory foods, such as fried foods and processed sugars, can cause existing arthritis to flare up, reports Healthline. Excessive consumption of meat or fish can cause gout, an arthritic condition in which uric acid ... More »

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Foods containing calcium, including dark green leafy vegetables, sardines and low-fat dairy products are important for maintaining healthy bones and managing osteoporosis, according to Everyday Health. Getting enough vit... More »

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