Have you had inflammation lately? Inflammation is when your body uses white blood cells to fight against foreign invaders. This results in redness and swelling. The problem is when you have chronic inflammation. In this situation, inflammatory cells are at work even when there is no threat to the body.
The good news is that you can control your chronic inflammation by eating anti-inflammatory foods. Do you enjoy a bowl full of fresh berries? Does your daily diet include a pinch of turmeric? What are some anti-inflammatory foods you can include in your regular meals? We'll be discussing all of that and more…
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Intro – 0:00
Berries – 0:36
Green tea – 1:48
Fatty fish – 2:31
Peppers – 3:10
Broccoli – 3:49
Tomatoes – 4:22
Avocados – 5:00
Extra virgin olive oil – 5:37
Mushrooms – 6:28
Cocoa and dark chocolate – 7:20
Grapes – 8:00
Cherries – 8:36
Let's start with turmeric.
Turmeric, a gorgeous yellow spice, is one of the best things you can have if you’re a victim of chronic inflammation.
Next we have some refreshing berries.
You’ve obviously had strawberries, blueberries, blackberries and raspberries. I mean, if you haven’t, you’re probably not a fruit fan.
Time for some green tea.
Most health experts recommend people drink green tea. There are so many good things about it.
Fatty fish comes next.
Be honest, when was the last time you sat down and had a plate of fish? The next time you do, make sure it’s fatty fish.
Not a fish person? Peppers are also good.
It might come off as a total surprise, but chili peppers and bell peppers are great sources of Vitamin C.
Let's switch the conversation over to vegetables, starting with broccoli.
Along with kale, cauliflower and Brussel sprouts, broccoli is a cruciferous vegetable. You may already know how nutritious it is.
Moving on, next on our list are tomatoes.
It’s kind of funny. With tomatoes, you either absolutely love them or can’t stand the sight of them.
Moving down our list, we have avocados!
Avocados are becoming more popular, and with good reason. Not only do they taste good, they’re also packed with magnesium, fiber, potassium, and monounsaturated fats, which are healthy for the heart.
Now we have extra virgin olive oil.
Butter and oil make everything taste better, but we've been told time and time again that they're not good for us.
Next, we have mushrooms.
I know, not everybody's into mushrooms. I mean, they are bit of an acquired taste. But just listen to me for a second.
Let's make things fun with cocoa and dark chocolate.
I think it's safe to assume most of us enjoy a good piece of chocolate. We don't often associate chocolate with health benefits.
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