Reducing infl ammation in her body has also led to better

mental and emotional health for Britt. “I am a happier person,” Britt says. “I can control my emotions, focus my thoughts and am more at peace.”

Infl ammation Food Fixes

Beets have a natural antioxidant, betalain, an anti-infl amma- tory compound that inhibits the activity of enzymes the body uses to trigger infl ammation, advises Axe.

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Green tea is best enjoyed hot with a little squeeze of lemon; it may reduce cholesterol levels, ultimately assisting in lowering the risk of cardiovascular disease, per Weil.

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ogy. Britt eats a total of one-and-a-half tablespoons a day in hot drinks, salads or soups.


Virgin coconut oil has anti-infl ammatory and analgesic prop- erties, according to a study published in Pharmaceutical Biol-

Sea buckthorn berry juice (known as olivello juice) is one of the most concentrated natural sources of vitamin C, says Weil.

Ginger is a potent anti-infl ammatory food that also helps reduce intestinal gas and prevent nausea, advises Weil.

Green leafy vegetables such as Swiss chard contain natural anti-infl ammatories such as vitamins K, D and C, says Axe.

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Tomatoes are an easy-to-use and a tasty anti-infl ammatory food, says Axe. He notes, “T ey are a rich source of lycopene, betacaro- tene, folate, potassium, vitamin C, fl avonoids and vitamin E.”

Bok choy has potent anti-infl ammatory and anti-cancer eff ects, as well as a higher concentration of betacarotene and vitamin A, than any other variety of cabbage, according to Weil.

Black cod, also known as butterfi sh or sablefi sh, has even more omega-3 fatty acids than salmon, notes Weil.


Walnuts, rich in omega-3 essential fatty acids, help protect against metabolic syndrome, cardiovascular disease and

Type 2 diabetes, says Axe.

Judith Fertig writes award-winning cookbooks plus foodie fi ction from Overland Park, KS (

Dr. Frank Hu, of the Harvard School of Public Health, sug- gests limiting these foods that infl ame, all found in a typical fast food meal. 1. Refi ned carbs, such as bread buns and sugars

Inflammation-Causing Foods 2. Sodas

3. Red meat and processed meat

4. French fries and other fried foods

5. Margarine


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