Dairy: Protein in dairy products can cause joint pain in some people.
Caffeine: Excessive consumption of caffeine has negative effects, and one of the injuries is joint pain.
Tomatoes: Those with a specific type of arthritis called gout should know that long-term consumption of some red fruits, such as tomatoes, leads to increased pain in the joints caused by inflammation.
Corn oil: These oils can cause inflammation and cardiovascular disease due to the presence of omega-6 fatty acids.
Sweet drinks: In addition to increasing the risk of diabetes and heart disease, taking these drinks leads to inflammation in the body due to the presence of cytokines in them.
Purine-containing meat: Purines are converted to uric acid. Excess uric acid in the blood deposits in the form of crystals in the joints, causing redness, swelling and warming, pain and inflammation of one or more joints.