NEBH: 7 Top Antioxidant-Rich Foods for Osteoarthritis

Simply performing its basic tasks — breathing, moving, and the like — the body produces substances known as free radicals. Problem is, free radicals can attack your healthy cells. And, when you have a disease such as osteoarthritis, your cells are weakened and thus more susceptible to the renegade free radicals, says Scott Zashin, MD, a Dallas rheumatologist and author of Natural Arthritis Treatment and Arthritis Without Pain. Read more