Foods That Are Anti-Inflammatory

Helpful Tips to help everyone with some dedicated research ❤
By: Tsureie (Tobuto’s Wifey <3)

Photo by Stéphan Valentin on Unsplash

When your body is going through challenges and sudden health changes, don’t go for medication for a temporary fix! Why not make small changes within your daily routine!

Since my future husband has been diagnosed with Lupus and having some difficulty adjusting to his new lifestyle; I try to find foods to help give not only antioxidants and nutrients, but to also help stabilize his autoimmune system.  Here’s some suggestions I’ve come across during my research:

  1. Bright Colored Fresh Fruits
  2. Whole Grains: Brown Rice & Bulgar
  3. Legumes: Beans & Lentils
  4. Soy Products: Tofu, Edamame, Nuts and Milk
  5. Dark Chocolate
  6. Garlic, Turmeric & Ginger
  7. Grape Seed Oil & Coconut Oil
  8. Red Wine
  9. Pomegranate Juice
  10. Salmon & Oily fish
  11. Walnuts
  12. Always remember to drink plenty of Water ( Alkaline (Moderately), Spring, and Brand Products that contain a generous portion of Silica: Fiji, S. Pellegrino Sparkling Mineral Water, Spritzer, and Volvic.)

  *Remember to cut down on Red Meats, Trans Fats, and Refined Food Products, which triggers inflammation!*

These different options will give your body, mind and spirit the necessary cleanse it needs to detoxify the toxins that still resides within your internal organs, blood stream, nervous system and even your brain!

We hope this helps anyone that are going through health issues and illnesses!



2 Replies to “Foods That Are Anti-Inflammatory”

  1. I’ve just been diagnosed with lupus I’m having a tough time with meal planning,i do the anti inflammatory diet tried supplements but break outs , breakfast is tough I was doing gluten free oatmeal red Mill,but I get break outs,i m writing this from. Fb I haven’t used my email in forever as I don’t have internet but am temporarily using a phone,can you contact me through my site fb ,i need help


    1. I’m sorry to hear that. Lupus is a very difficult condition to manage expecially when it comes to food. We have to be careful what we eat other wise it would cause flare ups and that’s never good. Try ingredients replacements. Pink salt instead of table salt, use turmeric, include whole vegetables, use wheat bread, drink nothing but water, and stay active. Some methods work better than others so it out and see if it helps.


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