As yet, it is not known whether there are specific fruits and vegetables that are good to eat for arthritis. There are a few studies suggesting that diets that include fruits and vegetables are associated with a reduced risk for arthritis, but these are observations only, not tested by an intervention. It is possible that these relationships are due to the vitamins and minerals in fruits and vegetables, to the phytochemicals they contain, or both. However, there is a great deal more work to be done before recommendations can be made conclusively. Your best bet at this point is to consume a variety of colorful fruits and vegetables to meet recommendations. Click here to see how much you should be eating each day.