Inflammation,the root cause.

Many studies suggest that one of the reasons for lifestyle diseases is the food we eat that causes inflammation. Many major diseases that plague us including cancer, heart disease, diabetes, arthritis, depression, and Alzheimer's have been linked to chronic inflammation.


It is one of the most beneficial and healing spice. Chewing on raw turmeric roots or A pinch of turmeric with warm water early in the morning proves to be an anti-inflammatory food.

2.Greens and vegetables
Green leafy vegetables have always topped the list for maintaining a healthy diet. They are filled with vital nutrients, minerals, and vitamins. Incorporating them into your daily diet through soups, vegetables or salads will prove beneficial.

Vegetables such as tomatoes, Beetroots, Squash, Bottle gourd, sweet potatoes all high in beta carotene, and antioxidants help in reducing inflammation.

Fishes high in omega-3,6 (fish oil) and beneficial fatty acids such as   Mackerel, salmon, sardines, and tuna are powerful anti-inflammatory ingredients. Incorporating them in the diet shows almost an instant reduction in inflammation.

4.Nuts and Coconut/Olive oils
Nuts have been one of the most important factors of the Meditteranean diet along with olive oil. Virgin coconut oil also helps in reducing inflammation. Nuts such as almonds and walnuts also are protein and vitamin e packed in olive or coconut into your salads or smoothies work well. Stack them up.

Fruits such as apples, bananas, berries, oranges, and pineapple help curb inflammation. Through such seasonal fruits, one can balance out the ph level and reduce inflammation.

Inflammation inducing foods

Some of the foods that have been associated with an increased risk for chronic diseases such as type 2 diabetes and heart disease are also associated with excess inflammation.

Try to avoid or limit these foods as much as possible:

Refined carbohydrates and sweets, such as white bread, pasta, pizza, pastries, and packaged food.

Fried food such as French fries, deep-fried snacks, oily and spicy meals, and other fried foods

Aerated drinks such as soda, energy drinks, canned or bottled beverages, and other sugar-sweetened beverages

Meat such as red meat (burgers, steaks) and processed meat (hot dogs, sausage)

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