Arthritis: Two staples to include in your meals shown to have ‘immune-boosting properties’

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Arthritis: Two staples to include in your meals shown to have ‘immune-boosting properties’

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In a study published in BMC, the anti-inflammatory and arthritic effect of garlic was investigated.

Sulphur compounds isolated from garlic exert have been shown to have an anti-inflammatory effect.

In the study thiacremonone, a novel sulphur compound from garlic was further analysed for its effect on arthritis symptoms.

“The present results suggested that thiacremonone exerted its anti-inflammatory and anti-arthritic properties with the sulfhydryl group could be a useful agent for the treatment of inflammatory and arthritic diseases,” concluded the study.



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