Is there a way to reduce systemic inflammation through my diet? -
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Is there a way to reduce systemic inflammation through my diet?

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What a great question and the simple answer is YES!

One effective approach is the Elimination Diet. This is a 30-day commitment to eliminating inflammatory foods followed by a reintroduction of those foods, one at a time, while tracking any reactions. This diet not only decreases inflammation, it also gives the body a chance to heal and enhances your awareness to foods that have an inflammatory effect on your unique body :)

Through diet you can alleviate inflammation FIRST by eliminating certain foods from your diet. Foods like dairy, gluten, corn, soy, alcohol, pork, and sugar are commonly known to cause inflammatory symptoms. And SECOND, adding anti-inflammatory foods can also help alleviate leaky gut. Some examples are berries, fatty fish, broccoli, cinnamon, turmeric, ginger, and green tea.

Madison Burgess
I’m a digestive health expert, gut guru avenger, loving self-care advocate, young at heart devoted Nana, a lover of all things in nature, adore puppies, and never preach what I haven't practiced.

Great question! To reduce inflammation its essential to follow the fundamentals of nutrition so you can reduce the swelling and, in most cases, will do much more than reducing the inflammation. What you eat is definitely one of the fundamentals, but its not the only thing you will need to do, but it’s a great start! If you are interested in how to implement the fundamentals, I offer a free workshop that will do just that. I look forward to hearing from you.

Be well!

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