Step 8 — Consider Taking Some Antioxidants and Minerals

Antioxidants are important to help reduce the damage caused to your cells by "free-radicals."

Common vitamins such as vitamin C and E have an important role in proper cartilage formation. Vitamin D is important in reducing your risk of developing arthritis and the minerals selenium and boron may also play a role in the progression of arthritis. Although you may obtain these vitamins in a well-rounded diet, it may be beneficial to look for a multivitamin enriched with these vital vitamins and minerals.

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