So what exactly are anti inflammatory foods. They’re just ones that have been well studied to reduce inflammation in the body.
In today’s video I’ll share eight anti inflammatory foods that I eat every week and give you a few different recipe ideas.
You’ve probably noticed by now that most of my recipes are veggie heavy and prioritize fresh wholesome ingredients except for my desserts.
And that’s because after four autoimmune diagnoses I’ve learned how to really nourish my body with simple anti inflammatory foods.
They’re the items that nutritionists and doctors all agree that we need to get more of because not only do they reduce inflammation but they have a whole heck of a lot of other health benefits as well.
But remember that you can always find the full principal recipe on my Web site. All right. Let’s dive in.
Berries whether they’re blueberries strawberries raspberries or Blackberries all contain antioxidants known as anthro scientists.
And it’s the anthem scientists that give berries. They’re vibrant blue purple and reddish color while all fruits are generally high in antioxidants berries really are the superstars because they have so many different chemical compounds that are great at fighting inflammation cancer and cardiovascular disease.
Now here’s the cool part. Not only do berries reduce existing inflammation but they help to train ourselves to respond better to episodes of future inflammation as well.
And that’s why eating them regularly is always a smart idea. A few of my favorite recipes with berries includes my blueberry smoothie my berries spinach salad my raspberry vinaigrette my strawberry banana smoothie.
I’m sure you know that leafy greens are good for you. But do you know why they’re good for you. Spinach kale Swiss chard dandelion greens and other greens are not only full of antioxidants but they’re alkali using to the body.
They’re packed with nutrients including full plate fiber vitamins A C E and K.