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Old 01-08-2013, 07:11 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I have heard that food also helps in reducing inflammation but i wanted to know what kinda food would be the best one to reduce the inflammation? Your ideas are welcome.
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There is a book called "Meals That Heal Inflammation" by Julie Daniluk. Very informative. She has her own website. I heard her talk at a lifestyle show in my city and she is occasionally on morning talk shows.
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I believe fish oil supplements are also helpful.


How Fish Oil Fights Inflammation - ScienceNOW
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Glucosamine supplements are helpful.
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Thanks for all your responses. I would like to rely on the points that have been quoted by all.
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Eating fresh fruits such as blueberries, strawberries, cherries, apricots and pomegranates can provide joint inflammation reductions.
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Drinking teas made from Moringa or Ashwagandha have been known to help inflammation
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I have heard that food also helps in reducing inflammation but i wanted to know what kinda food would be the best one to reduce the inflammation? Your ideas are welcome.
Nightshades (potatoes/tomatoes/eggplant)
Rice
Curry
Onions
Garlic
Meat/Dairy/Eggs
Bell Peppers (others of the capsicum are fine)
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Beneficial Nutrients: Boron, Copper, Fats, Omega-3 Fatty Acids, Sulfur, Vitamin C, Vitamin E.
Beneficial food: Asparagus, Cherries, Ginger, Hot peppers, Nettles,Turmeric etc.
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read 'the permanent pain cure' by ming chew, he covers supplements for anti-inflammation as well as foods.

supplements:
joint complex (gnc tri-flex extra, animal flex, etc) 3x a day w/ food
- contains a bunch of stuff. msm, boswellia, glucosamine, chondroitin..
fish oil (nutra-sea is best) 3x a day w/ food
systemic enzymes (vitalzym, wobenzym) w/o food

good foods:
olive oil
tart cherries
avocadoes

AVOID sugar, even fruit like bananas, apples, pears, anything starchy
grapefruit ok, berries ok, no juice!

16oz of water, 15 minutes before every meal
no water 2 hrs after meal
eat every 2-3 hrs, on schedule with water intake, if possible
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