a. Managing an anti-inflammatory diet may be the single most important thing you can do to keep inflammation in your body at a minimum.
b. Foods to Indulge In
c. Foods to limit
d. Tip from Dr. Steven Ching
“When grocery shopping, it is best to stay mostly in the perimeter of the grocery store. Most processed foods live in the middle aisles, and all the fresh produce and whole foods are housed in the outer aisles”
3) Weight Management
4) Managing Stress Levels
5) Getting Quality Sleep
According to the CDC, the average adult needs at least 7 hours of sleep each night to regenerate the body and allow for repair. The CDC estimates that 35% of all US adults do not get this recommended amount of sleep per night aiding in the inflammation epidemic. Here are some tips on getting the best sleep from RFMG:
Dr. Steven Ching shows you how to cook an easy and healthy omelette recipe. This will demonstrate how simple (and delicious) eating an anti-inflammatory diet can be.