2 Diets to Improve Bone and Joint Health

· December 4, 2016
To improve your bone and joint health, you can use one of these diets every couple months to cleanse the body and regenerate deteriorated tissue and promote flexibility in the joints.

It’s estimated that around 20% of the world population suffers from joint pain associated with wear, arthritis and osteoporosis.

These conditions are the result of a breakdown of the cartilage, ligaments and skeletal system, whether caused by genetics, age or injury.

What’s truly discouraging is that joint pain gradually reduces your quality of life and limits your ability to move, making life’s daily activities difficult.

This often accompanies other symptoms like stiffness, tension, loss of balance and episodes of chronic numbness.

Treatments to control these conditions vary, depending on the individual case and its level of severity.

However, there are a few healthy habits you can adopt that will help protect and improve the state of your bones and joints.

Today we’d like to show you two very special diets that are quickly becoming popular because they’re designed with your joints in mind.

Below we’ll give you the details and all the steps you need to do the diet at home.

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Diets for treating weak bones and joints

As joints and bones weaken, it can manifest in symptoms like fatigue, pain and reduced mobility during the day.

While it may not always be related to a chronic disease, you need to pay attention to your health to prevent more serious problems from developing.

In any case, adopting one of the diets below is a good idea to improve your bone and joint health.

Want to learn more? Read: Link Between Joint Pain and Intestinal Bacteria

1. Cleansing diet


Before you can strengthen your bones and joints, it’s essential to first cleanse the body to flush toxins that accumulate in cartilage.

These substances promote the developments of disease and accelerate the breakdown of tissue at an earlier age.

Follow this diet plan for 7 consecutive days every two months.


Half an hour before breakfast, drink a glass of warm water with lemon.

Then, for breakfast have:

  • 1 cup green tea
  • 1 bowl with 15 grapes and two slices of fresh pineapple.
  • 1 glass peach juice
  • 1 glass almond milk
  • 1 bowl of oatmeal with slices of green apple.

Lunch and dinner

Your lunch and dinner should both include plenty of fruits and vegetables and smaller portions of proteins and carbohydrates.

We recommend:

  • Steamed broccoli
  • Raw or steamed carrots with whole grain rice and corn
  • Baked eggplant
  • Sandwich with tomato, avocado and onion on whole wheat bread
  • Beet and apple juice with an omelette seasoned with garlic.

2. Rejuvenating diet


The rejuvenating diet works to regenerate cells and damaged tissue.

It contains all the nutrient groups and enzymes needed to rebuild cartilage and weak bones.

It’s loaded with the vitamins, minerals and proteins your body needs to keep your bones strong and your joints flexible.

Follow this diet plan for two weeks. Repeat every two months.


As soon as you get up, take a tablespoon of olive oil with a few drops of fresh lemon juice.

Wait half an hour, then consume:

  • 1 cup of a tropical smoothie made from almond milk, papaya, pineapple and banana.
  • 2 slices of whole grain bread with two tablespoons of almond butter.

Lunch and dinner

These two main meals should contain filling foods that are lower in calories.

Ideally, they should be light in calories, but not necessarily lacking in the essential food groups.

Choose two or three from the following:

  • Boiled lentils with whole grain rice and sunflower seeds
  • Baked cod with tomatoes
  • Chickpea and tuna salad
  • Carrot soup
  • Grilled chicken breast with lime
  • Poached eggs
  • Tomatoes stuffed with mackerel and egg pasta
  • Baked salmon with lemon
  • Garlic mushrooms
  • Sandwich with sardines, lean cheese, avocado and carrot.


Desserts made with gelatin are excellent for improving joint health. Make a gelatin mold with fruits rich in vitamin C, like lemons and kiwis.

See also: 9 Secret Benefits of Kiwi



For best results with these diets, avoid soft drinks, processed food and sugar.

Instead, increase your consumption of fruits, vegetables and lean meats. Be sure to drink at least two liters of water a day along with vegetable milks enriched with calcium and magnesium.

Finally, remember that exercise and stretching are key to prolonging the health of these important parts of the body.

Dedicate a few minutes each day to some light exercise and stretching to take full advantage of the benefits of this diet.