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Anti-inflammatory food list

Okay, so today . . . let's talk about what foods will help to put out the "fire" of "inflammation" in the body.

So here we go . . .

VEGETABLES - arugula, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, celery, garlic, kale, red onions, olives, peppers, pumpkins, radishes, romaine lettuce, spinach, tomatoes, and zucchini. And in "moderation" bean, quinoa, sweet potatoes and wild rice.

FISH - wild caught bass, cod, haddock, halibut, herring, mackerel, red snapper, salmon sardines, sea bass and trout

DAIRY - goat milk, goat cheese, sheep milk, sheep cheese, kefir (cultured goat milk)

MEAT - wild game, grass-fed beef, bison, chicken, duck, lamb, turkey, eggs and "minimal" pork consumption

NUTS & SEEDS - (raw, no roasted) almonds, brazil nuts, chia seeds, flax seeds, hemp seeds, hazel nuts, pecans, walnuts and nut butters

OILS/BUTTERS - (unrefined, organic only) avocado oil, almond oil/butter, coconut oil/butter, ghee, olive oil, walnut oil and NO CANOLA OIL OR VEGETABLE OIL (these are the biggest offender of Omega 6 fatty acids)

FRUITS - blueberries, blackberries, cranberries, raspberries, coconut, granny smith apples and in "moderation" - other apples, bananas, cherries, grapefruit and oranges

SPICES/HERBS - (organic only) garlic, onion, basil, cayenne pepper, cilantro, dill, ginger, mustard powder, parsley, oregano and thyme

CONDIMENTS - apple cider vinegar with mother, balsamic vinegar, olive oil, guacamole, mustard, salsa and Himalayan salt

BEVERAGES - pure water, unsweetened almond milk, unsweetened coconut milk, herbal teas and fresh vegetable juices

SWEETENERS - Manuka honey (400) and Yacon syrup

Now . . . there are other foods that fall into the category of being "anti-inflammatory" that I didn't list . . . why???

Because . . . they're NOT also "compliant" for eliminating the "bad" bacteria that lurks deep within us.

You see . . . it's a fine line we walk when trying to correct the body's "internal dialogue"

And "totally" understandable as to why we are "soooooo" confused as to what to eat.

We're not in a one side fits all situation when it comes to our health and correcting it.

You see . . . when we go to see our healthcare provider . . . and let's use "inflammation" as an example . . . they let us to go on an "anti-inflammatory" diet. Which is correct . . .

BUT . . . they don't tell us the reason we're inflamed in the first place is lack of "good" bacteria in our body and therefore . . . we "must" also eat a diet that "doesn't" feed the "bad" bacterial that causing the havoc and "inflammation" in our body.

Most "anti-inflammatory" food lists don't take into consideration that we're also fighting a "bad" bacterial overgrowth and/or "lectin" issue in our body.

That's why many times we are still confused as to why we "still" don't feel well after trying a new diet food plan.

So tomorrow, I'll give you one of my favorite "anti-inflammatory meals" (with recipe) so you can better understand that we "can" still eat a lot of food, feel full, correct the body's "internal dialogue" and put out the fire of "inflammation" in the body all at the same time with "COMPLIANT" food.

And if you're still confused as to what "compliant" means . . . it's the ability to "follow rules" . . .

You see . . . a "compliant" FOOD is a food that follows the rules of being "anti-inflammatory", "antifungal” “antibacterial”, "organic and non-GMO" and/or "non or low lectin".

And a “compliant” PERSON or BEHAVIOR, is a person that follows the rules of “NUTRIENT PATTERN EATING” to accomplish their mission of reaching their goal of optimal health.

And if you freaking out that you can't have your favorite "whatever" food . . .

The point to this kind of a diet or "pattern eating" is to put back the "good" bacteria in the body and correct the body's "internal dialogue" so you CAN have those favorite foods in moderation.

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