18 Highest Anti-Inflammatory Nutrients!

18 Highest Anti-Inflammatory Nutrients!

Here are 18  Highest Anti-Inflammatory Nutrients:

1) Chia seeds
2) Turmeric
3) Ginger
4) Garlic
5) Broccoli
6) Greens
7) Olive oil (must be raw Extra Virgin)
8) Grapes
9) Ground Flaxseed

10) Papaya
11) Apple peel
12) Blueberries
13) Sweet Potatoes
14) Cinnamon
15) Asian mushrooms
16) Walnuts
17) Avocados
18) Cayenne pepper

The Anti-Inflammatory Diet is not a diet in the popular sense – it is not intended as a weight-loss program (although people can and do lose weight on it), nor is it an eating plan to stay on for a limited period of time. Rather, it is way of selecting and preparing foods based on scientific knowledge of how they can help your body maintain optimum health. Along with influencing inflammation, this diet will provide steady energy and ample vitamins, minerals, essential fatty acids, dietary fiber, and protective phytonutrients.


To get maximum natural protection against age-related diseases (including cardiovascular disease, cancer, and neurodegenerative disease) as well as against environmental toxicity, eat a variety of fruits, vegetables and mushrooms.

Choose fruits and vegetables from all parts of the color spectrum, especially berries, tomatoes, orange and yellow fruits, and dark leafy greens.

Choose organic produce whenever possible. Learn which conventionally grown crops are most likely to carry pesticide residues and avoid them.

Eat cruciferous (cabbage-family) vegetables regularly.

Drink tea instead of coffee, especially good quality white, green or oolong tea.

Enjoy plain dark chocolate in moderation (with a minimum cocoa content of 70 percent).

Overall, incorporating the foods listed above into your dietary strategy can help you overcome many health obstacles. Don’t focus so much on how many of each you eat, but rather eat them all in moderation. Let your body be your teacher and you’ll find yourself being drawn to these foods as you learn to enjoy them while satisfying your daily energy requirements.

Source: eatlocalgrown

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