Anti Inflammatory Food – Benefits Of Turmeric And Ginger

Anti Inflammatory Food – Benefits Of Turmeric And Ginger

There might not be a way to get rid your Rheumatoid Arthritis but there are ways to keep your symptoms at bay and assist your body in the battle. There are great benefits of eating ginger, turmeric and celery. All of these are very anti-inflammatory. So if you are looking for natural ways to treat Rheumatoid Arthritis then keep reading.

Ginger For Rheumatoid Arthritis

Ginger is a root that has been used in holistic medicine for hundreds of years, this is due to the many benefits of eating ginger. Ginger is highly anti inflammatory as it contains something that is called Gingerol. Gingerol is a substance that is very high in antioxidants and is also highly anti inflammatory.

So can ginger help Rheumatoid Arthritis? Most definitely.
As you start eating less food that cause irritation and trigger inflammation to your joints and eating more food that works against the inflammation you will notice a difference.

I am not a big fan of the taste of ginger but I have noticed great benefits from having it daily, especially in combination with turmeric and celery.

Benefits of eating ginger are, but not limited to;

Great for your immune system

Help with nausea and digestion

Can reduce muscle pains and soreness

Lowers blood sugar level and lower risk of heart disease

Contains a substance that can help prevent cancer

Can help prevent Alzheimers

Ginger can also help fight infections

Turmeric For Rheumatoid Arthritis

Turmeric contains a substance called curcumin, this substance have amazing benefits for the body.

Can turmeric help Rheumatoid Arthritis? Yes it can. As turmeric is highly anti inflammatory and also contains plenty of antioxidants.




Benefits of eating turmeric are, but are not limited to;

Preventing heart disease

Preventing Alzheimer

Preventing cancer

It is a very strong anti inflammatory

Can help with depression

Helps with Rheumatoid arthritis symptoms and pains


Celery For Rheumatoid Arthritis

There are plenty of health benefits with eating celery. Celery contains several vitamins that are really good for your body such as Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin K, Vitamin B6, Folate, Calcium and Magnesium. With all these food vitamins celery is also very anti inflammatory and high in antioxidants.

Can celery help Rheumatoid Arthritis? Yes, one of the benefits that comes with eating celery is reduced inflammation as the antioxidants found in celery can help with the free-radical damage.

Benefits of eating celery are, but are not limited to;

Reducing inflammation

It is very detoxifying which will benefit your liver, kidney, stomach and skin

It is very good for reducing joint pain

Proven to help with IBS

Reduces high blood pressure and lowers cholesterol

It also helps your muscles to relax

Is very good for your digestion

Prevents cancer and ulcers

The Best Anti Inflammatory Drinks

I always make either a ginger and turmeric juice or a ginger and turmeric smoothie. This is the easiest way for me to get the benefits from this every day.

I prefer juicing because I can prepare my juice a few days a head and I also think that the juice is nicer then the smoothie.

If you do not have a juicer then just use a blender and perhaps strain it if you do not like the thickness.

Also, with juicing you do not have to add any water so it will be more concentrated as you will probably have to add water to the smoothie.

Ginger And Turmeric Juice

This is just a rough estimate of what I use, Sometimes I add more of something and less of something else. It also varies with how much juice you will drink.

8 celery stalks

2 inches of fresh ginger

2 inches of fresh turmeric

6 oranges/ or 6 green apples / or 6 carrots

You can change between the oranges, apples and carrots, depending on taste, you can also turn this into a green juice by adding spinach and kale. The taste will however be very different. If you want to then you can also add parsely as this can be a nice taste to try.

I usually make this juice and then a green juice.


Celery, Ginger and Turmeric are such good anti inflammatories for Rheumatoid Arthritis. This natural remedy for Rheumatoid Arthritis is one that should not be missed.
It will take a little bit for the effects to be noticeable but once you see them you will not want to go without.

This is very powerful and will benefit not only your Rheumatoid Arthritis but also the rest of your body and will heal you from the inside out.

I hope you enjoyed the reading, if you have any questions or comments then please do not hesitate to leave them down below and I will get back to you.

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This Post Has 14 Comments

  1. It is so good to see someone promoting these simple yet so powerful ingredients.

    I love ginger and I also love turmeric, I use both in so many recipes at home…I confess even when the recipes nothing to do with it I always drop a pinch of turmeric in it….

    I am going to try your juice, I like smoothies or juices (fresh ones) and the recipes you put down sound super healthy. Going straight to the kitchen to do it!!

    1. Hi, I am all for healing the body with the right foods. 
      They have so many benefits.

      I hope you will enjoy it.

  2. This is pretty good write up. I have never knew all these benefits of ginger all my life. I really don’t like how ginger taste in my mouth. Ginger helping to fight infections and boost Immune system is just a good way for me to start eating it. I love the celery too because of it huge advantage. But is there anyway I can get it in country like Nigeria?

    1. I am not a big fan of the ginger taste either but mixing it with other ingredients kind of hides the taste of it. I am unsure. I think you will have to look in your local stores to see if you can find it.

  3. People are beginning to realise the benefits of ginger and turmeric. Ginger is high in antioxidants as well as turmeric. I have not tested turmeric before but I just started consuming ginger not long ago. Thanks for adding few other things to my knowledge through your article. Have a great day. 

    1. Thank you so much for reading. I am glad that you learned something from it.

  4. Great article about turmeric and ginger as anti-inflammatory. Couldn’t be more luckier because I’m working in using the ginger as preservation agent in my school project, so I’m gathering its benefits to food industries as well as its dangers. Excellent writeup you got here, keep up the good work. I’m gonna bookmark this page and make reference to it in my project. 

    1. Thank you so much, I am glad that you have found it helpful.

  5. There are so many article I have go through in the past that talk about how to prepare anti inflammatory foods

    These days, you’d be hard-pressed to find an anti-inflammatory recipe that doesn’t have some form of turmeric in it

    have try so many in the past and it great taking it early in the morning before going to work

    1. Thank you for reading.

  6. I absolutely love this insightful article because it is full of lovely information. This is fascinating and intriguing to meYou did an excellent job of providing education and resources; The article was well written and easy to understand

    I am a fan of Tumeric and garlic because it prevents cancer and heart disease which is what am battling with presently. 

    Thanks for listing other benefits. Its an eye opener for me

    1. Thank you so much for reading.

  7. Hi AlexandraI

    I have found a great article about the “Anti Inflammatory Food – Benefits Of Turmeric And Ginger”.I think this very much helpful for the people.I have learned about this benefits reading your article that ginger and turmeric are such good anti inflammatories for Rheumatoid Arthritis.This are also very helpful for our human health.I will share this article with my friends and relatives.Thank you so much for sharing this wonderful article.

    1. Thank you so much for reading and I am glad that you found it helpful

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