An Anti-Inflammatory Diet for Acne, Joints, and More…

December 4, 2017

No matter which health topic comes up, it’s important to start with the basics, because they are often a more simple, affordable, and less invasive solution. Sleep, exercise, and nutrition can each help prevent disease when they’re a positive part of your daily routine. Sleep and exercise are mostly self explanatory (as long as you don’t have insomnia), but nutrition/diet can be harder to navigate.

These days, there’s a lot of focus on removing trigger foods, but it can be helpful to start positive and add more antioxidants and other health supporting foods. When you focus more on eating good things, you naturally fall away from the bad as you fill up, and focusing more on good things can help retrain your appetite.

What sort of good things? The world is “smaller” than ever, so there are lots of options. If you’re not sure where to start, take a step in the right direction with Triple Strength Antioxidant. With lots of vitamins and minerals, it packs a powerful antioxidant punch with ingredients like Resveratrol, Alpha Lipoic Acid, turmeric, and extracts from green tea, pomegranate, and cranberry.

Antioxidants help battle inflammation in the body. Inflammation can exacerbate almost every health condition, from acne, to Chronic Lyme Disease, to joint pain. Lots of foods are anti-inflammatory, antioxidant rich foods like berries, omega-3 rich foods like walnuts and fish, and even the good omega-6 herbs like evening primrose oil.

Then, if that doesn’t produce results, start cutting out foods. Start with cutting out the biggest culprits, like sugar, which feeds inflammation. Many often find success with cutting out other processed foods like processed carbs, and with removing common allergens like milk.

If you’re fighting something big, keep in mind results might be easier to notice on small things early on.

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