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07 Foods High in AGEs

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Advanced glycation end products (AGEs) are molecules produced by the reaction between sugars and proteins or fats. They occur naturally in uncooked animal foods and are formed by certain cooking methods.

High-protein, high-fat animal foods such as fried, pan-fried, and roasted are among the richest dietary sources of AGEs. These foods include fried chicken, grilled hot dogs, French fries, margarine, mayonnaise, and more.

Oxidative stress and inflammation may occur when AGEs accumulate in large amounts in the body. Oxidative stress and AGE formation are associated with disease progression in patients with arthritis.

It is worth mentioning that replacing foods high in AGEs with nutritious whole foods such as vegetables, fruits, beans, and fish may reduce the overall AGE load in the body.

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If you suffer from arthritis, maintaining a healthy diet and lifestyle is essential.

For example, adopt a correct low-carb diet, scientific intermittent fasting, avoid ingesting a lot of pro-inflammatory foods, and eat more anti-inflammatory foods.

At the same time, maintaining proper exercise, adequate sleep, maintaining a healthy weight, quitting smoking and limiting alcohol and other lifestyle interventions are also crucial to controlling arthritis.

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