What we eat and drink can easily affect our joints. To keep them healthy, aim to eat plenty of fresh vegetables and fruit, oily fish, nuts and seeds, some whole grains (some people find it better to avoid wheat), beans and lentils, white meats, and gentle spices such as ginger and turmeric, with plenty of water and herbal teas.
Vitamin C is a vital nutrient for healthy ...Read more joints, as it contributes to the production of collagen and cartilage. So as well as eating plenty of vegetables and fruits, taking a daily vitamin C supplement could help keep your joints healthy. Or try a supplement that combines vitamin C with ingredients such as ginger, turmeric, rosehip and quercetin that may also help to support healthy movement and connective tissue.