Some things you can control

You are the single most important resource in your fight against osteoarthritis (OA) knee pain, so it is vital that you understand how the right diet, appropriate exercises, and maintaining your ideal weight can protect your knees and help you avoid knee pain as much as possible.

Did you know that there are foods that can help you maintain a healthy weight and, at the same time, help your body fend off unnecessary inflammation?

It’s true! Foods that you may be eating regularly can actually contribute to inflammation. There are also foods that can help prevent inflammation. People with OA knee pain can reduce or prevent inflammation by knowing which foods to avoid and which foods to eat.

You probably know that exercise is a great way to reduce weight and maintain healthy joints. The problem for people with OA knee pain is that some exercises are difficult to do. The good news is there are many low-impact exercises and therapeutic activities for people with OA of the knee that can help burn calories, tone muscles, and reduce—not contribute to—joint pain.

Check out all the links, exercises, recipes, and resources in this section and come back often to see what’s new. When you find something of interest, just click on the email icon, and you can email the link to yourself or to someone you know with OA knee pain. That way you can keep the link handy for review in the future.

The makers of EUFLEXXA know what people with OA knee pain are going through. We’re here to help, and we’ll provide OA-Healthy Recipes and OA-Friendly Exercises to help you stay healthy and active. You should always check with your doctor before starting any diet or exercise program. OA knee pain may be challenging but you can do everything in your power to fight it, and we can help you every step of the way.

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