My dad says he loves Icecream and I say so you have Rheumatoid Arthritis, a must prevent diet for rheumatoid arthritis patients

November 21, 2010 in Arthritis diet, Rheumatoid Arthritis

SideEffect of ice cream on Rheumatoid Arthritis

Icecream facts and effect on arthritis

Like all people in their 60’s, my dad also loves Ice cream. Chocolate, strawberry and mango are his favorite flavor which he eats regularly since his late 30’s but he is also suffering from initial arthritis since his early 40’s. He has now severe pain in neck and lower back because of rheumatoid arthritis, he is also struggling with knee joint arthritis pain.

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Is this a similar case with your near and dear one, please check that they are not eating food stuff like Ice cream, my dad has suffered a lot and I don’t want anyone to suffer from arthritis pain. I am trying my dad to make him understand that ice cream is not good for his health and his arthritis symptoms reflect that clearly. Ice cream is a the actual cause behind his initial symptoms for rheumatoid arthritis.

Ice creams can be classified into natural Ice cream and conventional Ice cream. There is a fine between a healthy and harmful ice cream which can be explained as

Conventional  Ice cream contains added flavors which are made of chemicals like Diethylglycol, Aldehydec-17, Amylacetate, Butyraldehyde, Benzyl Acetate and other chemical to give a particular flavor. These chemicals are toxic in nature and harms body system and is a major reason or symptom behind rheumatoid arthritis. These chemicals are found to be major reason behind rheumatoid arthritis symptoms found in the patients. In one word rheumatoid arthritis should avoid icecream from their diet.

Natural Ice cream is made up of milk and natural pulp of fruits like strawberry, cherry, mango, banana, grapes, various fruit juice and other organic ingredients. So far natural ice cream looks good, but the figures tells that this ice cream contains high fat ratio and sugar which is not good for arthritis patients.

In a single line natural ice cream with less milk might not harm as a natural ice cream(high fat content) and conventional Ice cream would do, they are certainly not good for arthritis patients. However Ice gives pain relief to rheumatoid arthritis patients when applied externally.

So, please try to avoid ice cream and make ice a part rheumatoid arthritis prevention not a cause.

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  7. My hands seem quite bad today and was suspicious that whether it was the cherries, ice-cream or ‘Terry’s’ orange chocolate I had as a treat last night.
    Seems from other sites that cherries are good to help Rheumatoid Arthritis, so your article may have directed me to the guilty treat – ice cream; I understand chocolate is also not good; which is worse, chocolate or ice cream?

  8. I will suggest you to avoid both, they are both rich in fat content. Try to intake more organic food for better results, do light exercise. This all stuff will help you not any chocolate or icecream.

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  19. I live with a guy who is crippled by rheumatoid arthritis. When I nag him about his eating ice cream seven nights a week, he always says,”I know it’s bad for me, but it’s the only vice I have left.” I’ve given up trying to help him. I wish I could stage a sugar intervention. Or else inject his tongue with a chemical that destroys his taste buds. None of the doctors he’s seen over the years discuss diet or nutrition with him. They just prescribe him medications that make him dopey and argumentative.

  20. My accupuncturist told me this, many years ago. the combination of what’s in ice cream and cold.. I cut out the ice cream I was eating, arthritis, cleared up significantly. I’ve made many changes to diet over the last 10 years, and don’t have many arthritus issues, so yes, some foods to make it flare up. My knuckles on hands and feet, used to enlarge, and shrink depending on what I was eating, and when it got bad, would actually hurt enough to need meds. All that has changed.

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