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Mediterranean diet could reduce pain and increase function in rheumatoid arthritis

01:00 EST 22 Jan 2018 | Arthritis Digest

The Mediterranean diet may reduce pain and increase physical function for people with rheumatoid arthritis, says a review of the evidence published in Rheumatology International. People with rheumatoid arthritis often turn to dietary interventions to alleviate symptoms, alongside prescribed treatment. So a team of experts reviewed the effects of the Mediterranean diet in particular on […]

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