Foods That Reduce Body Inflammation

If you suffer Inflammation in your body, there are certain foods that will ramp up the amps. Today we share with you the best foods to eat and those you must delete.
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Inflammation of the body affects a huge percentage of the population. One of the key issues is the food that we consume.

Inflammation results in digestive issues and red meat, tobacco, coffee, artificial sweeteners, and soda are all major culprits.

Today we are sharing with you the Inflammatory and Anti Inflammatory food list so you can be aware of what is doing you the most damage and causing you issues.

When we came across this helpful infographic from Detoxopedia we knew this would be of great interest to our community. As you can see the red zone is filled with Salt, Carbs, Deep Fried Foods, Dairy, Gluten to name but a few.

Chances are that most of your favorites are even sitting in the list. On the other hand, green is for go. If you switch out to leafy greens, eggs, fish, nuts, fruits and the like, you will notice that your inflammation will greatly reduce and in super fast time too.

What Inflammation Does To Your Body

According to Mark Hyman MD, inflammation is the root cause of keeping us fat and diseased. It’s that simple. He has some tough talk for those that care to listen and some of the remarks in his comment section are very encouraging.

He says inflammation is a hidden, smoldering fire in your body that causes chronic disease and weight gain. He discusses the link between food allergies and inflammation and what you can do. Click Play above to hear what he has to say now ^

Have you discovered Golden Turmeric Milk? It’s another great way of reducing Inflammation in your body and has so many benefits. Find out about it here.

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