Aloha we are currently accepting applications for production floor positions.  Please contact peggy.jones@wernerpaddles.com.  Mahalo

0

Your Cart is Empty

January 10, 2018

We are all seeking to improve our diet, become healthier, and feel better. We continue to be inundated by diet trends and the latest fads. What should we do? Who should we believe? Maybe instead of making a major overhaul and cutting out everything in your current diet, you should try incorporating some of these beneficial foods and spices instead?

 

15 Anti-Inflammatory Foods You Should Be Eating Regularly

Inflammation 101

If you think inflammation is just another buzzy health term, think again. It's been linked to a broad range of bodily issues, from acne to allergies to autoimmune disease—and, unsurprisingly, diet plays a huge role in both fighting and preventing it.

We're not talking about acute inflammation, such as a bit of swelling after an injury or redness from a scrape. "This kind of inflammation we don't need to worry much about," says Frank Lipman M.D., bestselling author and founder of Be Well and the Eleven Eleven Wellness Center in New York City. "Chronic inflammation is considerably more worrisome—and there aren't necessarily any visible signs that let you know it's happening."

In addition to avoiding common inflammatory foods and not ignoring warning signs from your body (like bloating, constipation, IBS, or joint pain), adding these superfoods to your daily diet will give your body a boost in its fight against free radicals. "Typically, foods known for their anti-inflammatory effects are rich in antioxidants, minerals, vitamins, and nutrients, which help the body combat inflammation and supply the body with essential components that support optimal function," says Lipman.

Here are 15 of the best anti-inflammatory foods to add to your diet.

Read More


Leave a comment

Comments will be approved before showing up.