The deposition of salts, which in severe cases can cause loss of function and disability due to two factors: heredity and poor diet. In the case when we are talking about heredity, just to avoid salt deposits in the joints is unlikely to succeed, but the process can be slowed down if you eat properly and permanently adhere to diets that prevent the formation of salts and their deposition in bone tissue of the joints. But in any case, to diagnose you need a specialist who will prescribe medicinal food in accordance with the chemical composition of salts, because it is individual.
Proper and balanced diet is the initially factor that will help to avoid salt deposits, if this disease in your family is not hereditary. The reason that salts do not end up absorbed in the body, is a violation of the digestion of protein foods, especially animal origin, contain large amount of fat. It is therefore important to eat less fatty pork, limit the consumption of offal: liver, kidneys, brain, especially fried.
You should control the total amount of fat in the daily menu, using, where possible, olive oil. Reduce, and better to completely eliminate from the menu puff pastry, as well as spicy and salty snacks, sauces, ketchups. To improve the digestibility of protein, eat separately or eat them together with vegetables and try during the meal to drink less water.
Diet to be followed, when you have pains in the joints, which are caused by deposition of salt can vary greatly depending on exactly which salts are deposited in your joints. So if this is the urate, from the diet to exclude meat, meat broth and offal, all of which contain purines. If the oxalates are deposited, you should avoid eating foods containing oxalic acid sorrel, figs, jelly, cocoa and chocolate. In this case, you need to eat more fruits, especially grapes, pears and apples. When the disease is due to phosphate salts, will have to limit the consumption of milk and dairy products, strawberries and raspberries, and eat more bread, cereals, eggs and vegetables.