Foods for Knee Cartilage Regeneration

Cartilage is the ‘cushioning’ on your joints that helps ensure your seamless movement. It tends to wear down with age due to stress on joints from regular movement.

Knee Cartilage?

1. Wear and tear 2. Lack of movement 3. Direct blow 4. Age


A balanced diet is the key to your health problems. The solution to any problem lies in making a few changes in your diet. 

Foods to Eat?

Dark green vegetables like broccoli and Brussel sprouts are great sources of Vitamin K, the vitamin that strengthens your joints.

Leafy vegetables


Fish is a nutrient-packed food that supplies Omega-3, vitamin D, and calcium. Each of these nutrients is essential for a healthy joint.

Oily fish


This super fruit also contains essential fatty acids and beta-sitosterol that repair the connective tissue and cartilage.



Brown rice contains hyaluronic acid that serves as a savior to patients suffering from joint problems. 

Brown rice


Curcumin is the ingredient present in turmeric that has evidently contributed to reducing knee pains and aches.



Extra virgin olive oil contains oleocanthal (a phenol derivative) that completely blocks joint inflammation.

Extra virgin olive oil


Quercetin, a potent antioxidant, has exhibited a significant effect on knee pain. Onion serves as an excellent source of quercetin to keep arthritis at bay.

Onion and garlic


‘An apple a day keeps the doctor away’. This was not a lie that we were told. Apples are an excellent source of bioflavonoids. So is grapefruit.

Apples and grapefruit


Green tea has been known for its detoxicating power. The antioxidants are yet to be appreciated enough.

Green tea


Along with producing youthful skin, the vitamin C in oranges helps to produce collagen, the protein that forms knee cartilage.



1. Monitor your body weight. 2. Avoid highly processed and packed food items. 3. Avoid red meat and soy. 4. Reduce caffeine intake.

Tips for healthy joint

Nothing can grieve you more than your restriction to movement. You can choose the natural path to avoid disease progression at an earlier stage.


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