Anti-inflammatory dieting!

Foods to Avoid Chronic inflammation can be the result of poor dieting, and since it is such an extremely unwanted condition, knowing how to influence the body's state of inflammation through deliberate and knowledgeable dieting is imperative.

An essential aspect of the anti-inflammatory diet is knowing what foods to avoid. The foods that follow are among the most common offenders in causing unwanted inflammation in the body, so for the anti-inflammatory dieter, their hazardous effects are to be understood.


-Sugars: Considering how commonly known it is that sugar has such an expansive array of health hazards, it should come at little surprise that it also plays a role in inflammation. One of such roles is causing an imbalance of blood-sugar levels, which leads to stress on the body influencing the immune system, the blood vessel’s structure, worsening blood flow. Limiting intake of sugar as much as possible will surely help to reduce the levels of inflammation within the body.

If a sweetener is necessary, high-grade honey (such as organic manuka honey) is a very respectable substitute for standard sugar. Manuka honey is known for its impressive health benefits.

-Common Cooking Oils: As these oils are rich in Omega-6 fatty acids, they quickly throw off the body's balance between Omega-3 and Omega-6. This promotes inflammation within the body, and over long periods of time can promote various unwanted diseases, including many types of cancer.

A way to effectively counter this concern is to, instead of cooking with cheaper lower grade oils such as vegetable oil and sunflower oil, cook with olive oil or perhaps macadamia oil. These oils have much better ratio of Omega-3 and Omega-6, and can even be better tasting.

-Red Meats and Processed Meats: It was found that red meat and processed meat contain a molecule that can trigger an immune response is triggered and anti-bodies are produced. This, along with processed, smoked or chemically preserved meats, can lead to a state of chronic inflammation, strongly linked to common inflammation-related diseases.

For purposes of protein consumption in the anti-inflammatory diet, fish protein or vegetable protein are highly recommended instead of red/processed meats. If red meat is to be eaten, it should be only of the highest grade, lean and in low amounts. Include anti-inflammatory foods such as cruciferous vegetables and alliums in your dish. This will help counter inflammation.


-Dairy Products: As much of 60% of the world’s population is in some-form intolerant to dairy products. The intolerance within the body can cause inflammation via several recognizable symptoms, which are usually related to stomach stress.

Unsweetened yoghurt is among the least likely of dairy products to cause inflammation, and if it is to be consumed, it should be in moderation for the sake of anti-inflammation dieting.

Although these are among the list of highly inflammatory foods, they do not complete the list. Just some of the other highly unwanted foods that are present in the public today are trans fats, alcohol, refined grains and artificial food additives. It is very important to avoid junk food and excessive drinking. Although they are extremely common in the public, they are a considerable health hazard. For the benefits of healthy living and longevity, consider limiting them as much as possible, if you cannot cut them out of life completely. Doing this, along with applying the information above into your daily diet, You are sure to make leaps and bounds toward having the ideal nutrition of optimal health.

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