This Silent Killer Is Making You Fat And Sick. How To Know If You’re At Risk And What To Do About It.

For years you have been hearing about the importance of maintaining a healthy diet to maintain better health and optimal weight. Study after study links poor diets that are highly refined and loaded with sugar, preservatives and saturated fats to nearly every chronic disease.

Yet so many still have not changed their diets or demanded higher quality foods from manufacturers. Low quality foods creates inflammation in the body which is directly linked to diabetes, heart disease, arthritis, cancer and numerous other major diseases.

What is inflammation?

So, what happens when there is chronic inflammation?

Foods that Cause Chronic Inflammation:

What you may not be aware of is that there are also foods that are more likely to activate the immune system and cause inflammation. As your body reacts to these low-level allergens, you may experience hormonal imbalance, mood swings, joint pain, sinus and respiratory issues, headaches, digestive issues, fatigue, and weight gain. The symptoms develop slowly over time and, perhaps with the exception of weight gain, the cause is rarely associated with food. As a result, you may turn to medication or other medical testing and procedures in hopes of getting relief, yet if your diet remains unchanged, you will not find lasting relief.

The most common food sensitivities come from:

  • Dairy products
  • Gluten
  • Corn
  • Soy
  • Yeast
  • Fried food
  • Artificial sweeteners
  • Hormones and anti-biotics
  • Artificial additives (in almost every packaged food)

What Causes Food Related Inflammation?

This is referred to as “leaky gut” (sounds gross, right?)

What Foods Are Anti-inflammatory?

Here are some foods to start incorporating into your diet:

  • Leafy green vegetables (Spinach, kale, beat greens)
  • Fatty fish (such as salmon)
  • Garlic
  • Extra virgin olive oil
  • Vegetables (Beats, celery, red pepper, tomato, broccoli)
  • Raw oats
  • Turmeric
  • Whole grains (brown rice, quinoa, millet)
  • Ginger
  • Fresh fruits (apples, pineapple)
  • Raw honey
  • Seeds and nuts
  • Beans and legumes

Adding these and other ANTI-inflammatory foods into your diet reduces oxidative stress, increases absorption of vital nutrients and triggers a number of reactions and critical body processes. These create a reduction in inflammation and begin to reverse the damage created by poor food choices.

As you continue to increase these foods in your diet and reduce or eliminate more harmful foods, you WILL lose weight and have LESS bloating, pain and swelling. If you have a chronic illness, you are likely to notice a reduction in symptoms and improved overall health.

Depending on your circumstances, a gradual shift in your diet may reduce the likelihood of backsliding, however choose based on your personal health needs and the recommendations of your healthcare professionals and nutritionists.

The Good News…

The #1 Easiest And Fastest Way To Fight (And Beat!) Inflammation

Anti-inflammatory foods include fruits, leafy green, nuts, seeds and other healthy ingredients that also are all primary ingredients in green smoothies! Adding green smoothies into your diet is simple and fun, not to mention when made correctly, they taste like dessert! There are numerous recipes and combinations that keep things interesting and tasty. Even replacing just one meal a day can make a massive difference in your health, one you will SEE and FEEL within only a few days.

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