Remove These 6 Foods To Fight Inflammation!

Chronic inflammation is considered to be the most lethal disease of these modern times, such as Alzheimer’s diabetes, heart problems, stroke and cancer.

This is mostly due to the inflammatory ingredients that are contained in the foods.

Here is a list of 6 foods that contain the most inflammatory ingredients:

1. White bread

The refined carbohydrates, which are contained in huge amounts in white bread, are instantly transformed in glucose in the body. As a result of this, the level of insulin is increased and it leads to inflammation.

The Journal of Nutrition published the results of a study from 2012, which showed that the inflammation can be reduced by consuming whole grain bread.

2. Cow’s Milk

It is abundant in proteins and lactose, which makes it the most inflammatory food. On the other hand, skimming increases the inflammatory properties of milk, and it is not helpful at all.

3. Fried Foods

Inflammation can appear as a result of formation of advanced glycation end products, which is caused by high temperatures. The inflammation is a result of an infection in the body.

4. Vegetable Oil

Omega-6 fatty acids are the main culprit for inflammation, and they are contained in vegetable oils such as soy, corn and sunflower. So replace these oils with olive oil, which is rich in omega-3 fatty acids.

5. Alcohol

The liver cells can be damaged by the toxins that are created in the process of breaking down the consumed alcohol.

6. The Three ‘Ps’

The term three ‘Ps’ is used for prepared, packaged and processed food, and it was invented by Michelle Schoffro. All these foods have strong inflammatory properties, and you should not consume any of them and also avoid processed cheese, cereals, candy and soda.

Just a few simple changes in your diet, will improve your health and it will reduce the risk of inflammation.

Here are some more advices from David in his video:


Source: www.davidwolfe.com
NIH.gov
Journal of Nutrition
Women’s Health Magazine
Shape.com
Medical News Today
Care2
Wall Street Journal
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