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But inflammation is a funny thing. Sometimes, the body comes to believe that normal healthy
tissue is infected or is a foreign object, buy Phen Q,and then the immune system starts to fight
against and destroy that healthy tissue.
This second type of inflammation--when inflammation goes awry--is believed to be involved in
many chronic illnesses that plague us today. Heart disease, many cancers, and possibly even
diabetes and obesity seem to be due at least in part to the body becoming chronically inflamed.
Fight It With Good Goods
Since inflammation can sometimes trigger these diseases, it seems logical to find ways of
keeping low-level, chronic inflammation to a minimum inside our bodies.
Well, luckily, buy Phen Q, researchers have discovered that certain foods and dietary habits
are linked to lowering levels of inflammation. Also, if you are already living with some of the
diseases mentioned above, you might want to encourage your body's healing processes by eating
an anti-inflammatory diet.
What Is An Anti-Inflammatory Diet?
Actually, it's not a diet per se, but a way of eating that, in short, encourages consumption of
natural foods instead of packaged ones. Such a diet also calls for eating foods that have been
identified by researchers as being able to decrease inflammation--for example, salmon. This fish
is naturally high in omega-3 fatty acids, which have turned out to be Mother Nature's big-time
inflammation tamers.
Anti-Inflammatory Diet Tips
You can read about the anti-inflammatory diet in many places, but I've been most impressed by
the information on Dr. Andrew Weil's website. buy Phen Q, I'm going to summarize his main
points below.












Include as many fresh food as possible, including plenty of fruits and vegetables right out
of the garden.
Try not to eat processed foods and fast foods. Particularly avoid products made with high
fructose corn syrup--and please note that the Corn Refiners Association is now calling
this non-food "corn sugar."
Eat a variety of foods.
Eat more whole grains like brown rice and bulgur wheat. During the processing of these
crops, the grain is kept whole and intact, or else is cracked into only a few large pieces.
Whole-wheat flour is no longer a champion. Products made with it have the same
glycemic index as those made with white flour, so whole wheat probably won't stabilize
your blood sugar level as well as, say, brown rice and bulgur.
Consume more beans, winter squash, and sweet potatoes.
Decrease your intake of saturated fat. buy Phen Q,Eat less butter, cream, high-fat cheese,
un-skinned chicken, whole milk, and fatty meats, as well as of any products made with
palm-kernel oil.
Use extra-virgin olive oil as your primary cooking oil or, alternatively, expeller-pressed,
organic canola oil.

















Also acceptable: organic, high-oleic, expeller-pressed sunflower and safflower oils.
Avoid the regular types of oils. Regular safflower, canola, sunflower, corn, cottonseed,
and mixed vegetable oils are not as nutritious.
Avoid margarine, shortening, and all products listing them in their ingredients, as well as
any products made with partially hydrogenated oils or palm kernel oil.
Include avocados and nuts in your diet.
Consume foods high in omega-3-fatty acids, such as salmon (choose wild over farmraised fish), sardines, herring, black cod, hemp seeds, and flax seeds. (Grind up the seeds
first.).
Take fish-oil supplements if you're not eating oily fish at least twice a week. Dr. Weil
recommends buying only "molecularly distilled" products, which are certified free of
heavy metals and other contaminants.
Decrease your consumption of animal protein, except for fish and high-quality, low-fat,
natural cheeses and yogurts.
Eat more vegetable protein, especially from beans in general, and from soybeans in
particular. Also look into whole-soy foods, as opposed to foods made with processed soy.
Drink pure water. (Note: Expensive bottled waters are not only environmentally unsound;
they are also not guaranteed to be pure. buy Phen Q,Look into buying a high-quality
water filter.)
Drink teas instead of coffee, including white, green, or oolong tea.
If you drink alcohol, red wine is the preferred kind.
Enjoy (in moderation) plain, dark chocolate that has at least 70-percent cocoa content.

My Thoughts About The Anti-Inflammatory Diet
Dr. Weil's outline above might sound overwhelming, but if you think about it, it's really pretty
basic:





Eat natural, unprocessed foods as much as possible.
Steer clear of saturated fats, particularly animal fats.
Increase fiber consumption by eating fresh fruits and vegetables.
Eat more ancient grains, which have the added advantage of being free of gluten, the
protein in wheat that can cause serious chronic inflammation in some people.

If you're a vegan/vegetarian and aren't eating fish oils of any kind, buy Phen Q,you can still get
the health benefits of omega-3 fatty acids by taking high-quality DHA/EPA supplements. (DHA
and EPA are abbreviations for two of the omega-3 fatty acids: docosahaxanoic acid and
eicosapentanoic acid, respectively).
Consider adopting at least a few of these tips right now, particularly if your diet doesn't
incorporate many anti-inflammatory practices. Then gradually begin to add other foods and
strategies that appeal to you. See if such a diet helps you feel better overall.


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