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18 anti-inflammatory foods to eat to reduce pain

Fill up on these nutritious whole foods to nourish your body, stop pain, and ease painful inflammation.

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Bromelain, a protein-digesting enzyme, makes this tropical fruit one of the most potent anti-inflammatory foods. Studies show that eating pineapple may reduce pain in patients with knee osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis and lower swelling in people with carpal tunnel syndrome. Find out four great habits for eating well. 



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