Does your eating plan require an overhaul or a slight tweak? Here are a few guidelines to have your body run well.
Fruits and vegetables: They are known to be rich in nutrients and fiber and helps combat chronic inflammation. Thus include adequate amounts of these foods daily in your diet. Some of these foods are — apples, berries, broccoli, mushrooms, spinach and papaya.
Green tea: This beverage does not only improve your skin tone but also aid in weight loss but also decreases inflammation. The flavonoids in the tea contain anti-inflammatory properties that helps reduce body fat.
Omega-3 fatty acids: According to several researches, a diet with high percentage of Omega-3 fatty acids and a low percentage of Omega-6 fatty acids has been linked with decreased inflammation. Foods that are said to contain these acids are walnuts, flaxseed and fish such as wild Alaskan salmon.
Spices: Garlic, turmeric, cinnamon, chilli peppers and ginger are known to be contain potent inflammation-reducing capabilities, so try adding them to your meals as much as possible to avoid inflammation in your system.
Water: Water is essential to help flush out inflammation-causing toxins from your body. Thus consuming 2 litre water is extremely essential throughout the day.
Whole grains: They are said to be rich in fiber, and also help control the insulin response in your body and prevent bloating.