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Nutrition and Arthritis
A discussion of whether arthritis can be managed through proper nutrition.
# 97102 | 1,934 words | 9 sources | APA | 2007 | US

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This paper addresses the question of whether the management of arthritis can be facilitated by nutrition instead of a reliance on conventional medication. The paper defines the various types of arthritic conditions and lists their associated symptoms. The paper then describes traditional methods of managing arthritis through medication, including the negative effects of medication. The author contrasts traditional management with management through nutrition as an alternative. Relevant literature is cited supporting the use of nutrition. The author concludes that while no cure exists for arthritis, there are numerous studies and experiential reports of that show the importance of diet and nutrition in combating the symptoms of this disease.

Nutrition and Arthritis
Nutrition versus Medication
Nutrition as an Alternative

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Arthritis. 24 February, 2007. <>
  • Don't Take Arthritis Lying Down. 24 February, 2007. <>
  • Emanoil, Pamela. "Vitamin E-How Much Is Enough?." Human Ecology 28.2 (2000): 5. Questia. 27 Feb. 2007 <>.
  • Goldstein, Myrna Chandler, and Mark A. Goldstein. Controversies in Food and Nutrition. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2002. Questia. 27 Feb. 2007 <>.
  • Healthy Steps to Preventing and Managing Arthritis. 24 February, 2007.>

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Nutrition and Arthritis (2007, July 22) Retrieved January 25, 2021, from

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"Nutrition and Arthritis" 22 July 2007. Web. 25 January. 2021. <>