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with low protein and almost no carbohy- drates. Even eating a moderate amount of vegetables can take one out of ketosis. While a person does lose water

weight during the first few days, the ketogenic diet is not a good option for long-term weight loss or health. One misses out on many phytochemicals, and this diet may harm the gut microbiome.

Physical Activity and the Diet Sports drinks are not part of the anti-

infl ammatory diet since they are high in added sugar and low in fi ber. Try eating small amounts of dried fruit such as dates during a workout.

For the Greater Good The anti-inflammatory diet generally

requires less land, energy and water. On a per-calorie basis, a high-meat

diet produces more greenhouse gas emissions than a vegan diet. Raising the estimated 70 billion land animals consumed annually contributes 14.5 to 51 percent of total human-induced greenhouse gas emissions. In conclusion, the anti-infl ammatory

diet is a pattern of eating that includes a wide variety of foods; it is easy to adopt once one makes it a habit, and it can be modifi ed for food allergies, diabetes, high blood pressure and Alzheimer’s preven- tion. As Hippocrates said, “Let your food be your medicine, and your medicine be your food.”

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