HOW TO REDUCE INFLAMMATION NATURALLY?


In this topic, I will tell you about:

  • WHAT IS INFLAMMATION?
  • CAUSES OF INFLAMMATION
  • FOODS TO EAT
  • FOODS TO AVOID TO AVOID INFLAMMATION
  • SAMPLE MENU TO PREVENT INFLAMMATION NATURALLY

Inflammation:

Inflammation may be defined as a protecting mechanism that allows your body to protect itself against infection, illness, or injury. It may occur on a long-lasting basis, which may result in various diseases.

Causes of Inflammation:

  • Eating unhealthy foods.
  • Drinking alcohol or syrupy beverages.
  • Obtaining very little physical activity, are all related to accrued inflammation.

Foods to Eat:

Anti-inflammatory foods:

Vegetables: Broccoli, kale, national capital sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, etc.

Fruit: particularly deeply coloured berries like grapes and cherries

High-fat fruits: Avocados and olives

Healthy fats: oil and vegetable oil

Fatty fish: Salmon, sardines, herring, mackerel, and anchovies

Nuts: Almonds and different kooky

Peppers: Bell peppers and chili peppers

Chocolate: bittersweet chocolate

Spices: Turmeric, fenugreek, cinnamon, etc.

Tea: tea

Red wine: Up to five ounces (140 ml) of vino per day for girls and ten ounces (280 ml) per day for men.

Foods to avoid to avoid Inflammation:

Sugary beverages: Sugar-sweetened drinks and fruit juices

Refined carbs: staff of life, white food, etc.

Desserts: Cookies, candy, cake, and frozen dessert

Processed meat: Hot dogs, bologna, sausages, etc.

Processed snack foods: nuts, chips, and pretzels

certain oils: Processed seed and vegetable oils like soybean and vegetable oil

Trans fats: Foods with part change ingredients

Alcohol: Excessive alcohol consumption

Sample Menu to avoid Inflammation:

Breakfast

  • 3-egg omelette with one cup (110 grams) of mushrooms and one cup (67 grams) of kale, done in oil
  • one cup (225 grams) of cherries
  • tea leaf and/or water

Lunch

  • Grilled salmon on a bed of mixed greens with oil and vinegar
  • one cup (125 grams) of raspberries, flat-topped with plain Greek yogurt and cut pecans
  • sugarless ice tea, water

Snack

  • Bell pepper strips with dip

Dinner

  • Chicken curry with sweet potatoes, cauliflower, and broccoli
  • wine (5–10 ounces or 140–280 ml)
  • one ounce (30 grams) of semi-sweet chocolate (preferably a minimum of eightieth cocoa)

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