ANTI-INFLAMMATORY FOODS | what I eat every week

ANTI-INFLAMMATORY FOODS | what I eat every week

These are the anti-inflammatory foods I eat every week to reduce inflammation in my body. An anti-inflammatory diet can help with reducing joint pain and arthritis, healing the gut (key if you have celiac, ulcerative colitis, Crohn’s or IBS), getting rid of eczema and psoriasis, and keeping other autoimmune conditions such as diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis and multiple sclerosis in check. It’s also beneficial if you suffer from anxiety or depression.

I became well versed in wholesome, anti-inflammatory foods several years ago when I embraced a whole foods diet. After being diagnosed with four autoimmune diseases in two years I realized my body was fighting massive immune system inflammation and I needed to provide reinforcements. Those reinforcements came in the form of groceries.

Watch the video for the list of anti-inflammatory foods – it’s what I eat every week. And enjoy the full blog post below all the healthy recipes on my website!

8 Anti-Inflammatory Foods I Eat Every Week:

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  1. What worsens HPV is the fact that you don’t know if there’s a cure yet, I got cured from my HPV after using DR ALAHO OLU herbal medication 💊. He cures HIV too

  2. An anti-inflammatory diet is about as much as you are eliminating as much as foods that you are adding that are considered anti-inflammatory. Eliminating the primary culprits of inflammation: sugar, wheat, grains, processed carbohydrates, starches and ‘Frankenfood’, is far more important than simply incorporating more berries, avocados and ginger into your diet.

  3. Yes greens are very good. Does not acknowledge reactions of those with arthritic conditions to high levels of fructose in berries, but then acknowledges Garlic as as inflammatory for arthritic conditions. Also enormous damage to environment from open water salmon aquaculture. Just driven by greed. But how sustainable is wild salmon? There are now some moves to land based salmon farms.
    Wow, what a perfectly presented presenter in a perfectly presented kitchen! kitchen!

  4. Lisa do you sell books with your recipes? I couldn’t find any on your page.. Thank you for this great vid!

  5. I liked the great recipe ideas that you showed. My favorite foods are the berries, kale,avocado, banana, celery, cucumber, and beetroot.

  6. Thanks to dr Alaho Olu on YouTube who cured me and my wife from Herpes, he also have cure for HPV, FIBROID, COLDSORES…

  7. Great info please can you make a video about what similar nutritional foods that are affordable regardless of consumer income. Thank You!

  8. My husband just had hernia surgery a week ago. He went in with 3 limes and now has 2 Large coconuts for testicles. He’s taking Tylenol and ibuprofen every 4 hours. Very uncomfortable.

  9. If you are diabetic or prediabetic and insulin resistant, all of the good antioxidants in the berries will not overcome the high inflammation rate caused by the fructose in the berries. The same culprit that causes people to lose kidneys, vision, and limbs while being diabetic. Same goes triple for fruit or berry juices

  10. Turmeric and pepperrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr ……………. rrrrrrrrrrr….

  11. I have autoimmune issues and raw veggies, garlic, wheat all make me feel worse and worse. Just something to be aware of some people have to avoid raw veggies because they are hard to digest, and the majority of autoimmune issues are a gut problem.

  12. Turmeric is a another effective anti-inflammatory food. I consume a cup of turmeric and ginger tea everyday. It really helps with the arthritis and I’d like to believe that it also keeps my cancer cells in remission. When making the tea, don’t forget to add black pepper which facilitates tumeric absorption.

  13. Hi. I appreciate this video as I suffer with inflammation. I noticed you don’t have a specific recipe book or do you?

  14. Love this video. Good for people who have celiac but for hypothyroidism, spinach, Kale, cabbage not so good. Blueberries, strawberries, bananas high in carbs. Some foods are ideal for one thing and bad for another. I have celiac, hypothyroidism, fibromyalgia so I am doing research on all fruits/vegetables trying to figure what I can/cannot consume. I don’t eat bread, pasta, no sugar, and no processed foods. I haven’t lost weight but I feel better each day… not in so much pain anymore. It’s been a roller coaster ride and my Dr’s are of no help. 😞 Any advice is greatly appreciated.
    María L.

  15. I live waaaay out in the country in central Alabama. I want to start eating salmon but have NO idea where to get quality fish at. I am familiar with Publix, and wondering if that’s as good as it gets. The only Whole Foods store is located an hour away… Is there something to look for on the packaging that will ensure it’s quality?

  16. Good info. But if they removed the word "my" from the English language, this lady wouldn’t be able to speak.

  17. Considering the devastatingly horrific condition of the ocean, what are the best alternatives for fish and shrimp?

  18. I really can’t stop thanking Dr IGUDIA on YouTube who cured my Diabetes with his natural herbs medication.
    I feel so great again living a more comfortable life being free from Diabetes disease permanently after using his natural herbs medication

  19. @Downshiftology @3:00 in, you give a small amount of bad info. We _do_ make Omega-3, from precursors in flax seed meal, nuts, chia seeds, etc., as you mention later. Vegans who know have no issues.

  20. I am just now starting this journey of anti-inflammatory foods and I would like to give you a big thumbs up on the video! Thank you

  21. Apparently there is a strong link to inflammation and depression. And that being said all diseases are apparently linked to inflammation.

  22. I just found your videos on youtube. I think you are a wonderful cook, and I enjoy your creativity. I will watch your videos learn what I can, to try in my kitchen. Thank you so much for being you

  23. I’m back!!! Sorry for the long break as I’ve had lots of work travel over the last month. I hope you enjoy this new video and all the gems of knowledge on healthy, anti-inflammatory foods. Do you eat all of these foods? Which are your favorites? xo – Lisa

  24. I wish there was a source to back up what you’re saying about the anti-inflammatory properties of these ingredients.

  25. I’ve been searching all kinds of information on anti- inflammatory recipes and foods and this is very on point. Thank You

  26. Berries (i.e. blueberries and raspberries) give me inflammation, maybe it’s the sugar. Most fruits seem inflammatory for me except lemons.

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