Inflammation Part 2 + the Blended Anti-Inflammatory Nutrition Plan
Inflammation P2 + an Exciting New Product is Here!
Last week, in part one of our inflammation series, we did a deep dive into the important of topic of inflammation, specifically Chronic inflammation, and the serious negative long term impact it has on your body and mind. If you missed it, check it out here: Inflammation Part 1
Today, we're sharing tips on what you can do to reduce inflammation and keep your levels low.
A Quick Recap
Inflammation refers to your body's process of fighting against things that harm it, such as infections, injuries, and toxins, in an attempt to heal itself. When something damages your cells, your body releases chemicals that trigger a response from your immune system.
Chronic inflammation has a slow on-set and can last several months to years. Symptoms can include:
- Body pain, aches, swelling
- Chronic fatigue and insomnia
- Depression, anxiety and mood disorders
- Gastrointestinal complications like constipation, diarrhea, and acid reflux
- Weight gain or weight loss
- Frequent infections
- In addition to the symptoms listed above, it is involved in the disease process of many conditions including: Alzheimer's, asthma, cancers, heart disease, arthritis, diabetes.
Six Key Tips & the Anti-Inflammatory Diet
Eat Anti-Inflammatory Foods: ginger, turmeric, olive oil, green leafy vegetables, nuts, fatty fish, fruits, green tea, and berries.
Take Anti-Inflammatory Supplements: alpha-lipoic acid, curcumin (turmeric), fish oil, omega-3, resveratrol, spirulina, S-adenosylmethionine, zinc, frankincense, cat’s claw, ashwagandha.
Control your blood sugar: avoid simple carbohydrates like white flour, white rice, refined sugar, and corn syrup.
Minimize (or skip) alcohol: alcohol not only impairs gut and liver functions, but also has multi-organ interactions, leading to persistent systemic inflammation.
Get Physical: exercising (4-5 times a week) – combine cardio and strength training in your routine.
Stress Management: chronic stress is known to contribute to inflammation – try meditation, relaxation, yoga
One of the best ways to combat inflammation starts with the foods you eat. Read about the gut health-inflammation connection in part one of our series.
Foods that have shown to reduce inflammation:
Almonds & Walnuts
Apple Cider Vinegar
Green Leafy Vegetables (spinach, kale)
Omega-Rich Fatty Fish (salmon, mackerel, sardines)
The foods you eat can cause inflammation in your body. Skip these foods/ingredients:
High Fructose Corn Syrup
Refined Carbohydrates (white breads, pasta, candy, cookies, some cereals etc)
Introducing the New Inflammation-Fighter Package
You told us that reducing inflammation is one of your biggest health priorities, so we put together a new combo that includes our top inflammation-fighting blends, a free nutrition guide, and a tea we love to include as a part of an anti-inflammatory-focused nutrition plan.
Meet the Inflammation-Fighter Combo Package
This package includes 10 blends (7 smoothies + 3 soups) and a Turmeric Ginger support tea we love. We'll also send you a free 5-day nutrition plan* if you're needing to reduce your inflammation levels and reset gut health.
- The Remedy
- Greens Daily Dose
- The Greens D-tox
- The Lime Mojito
- The Nutty Athlete
- The Athlete
- Vita-C Immunity
- 2x Greens Immunity Soup
- The Pumpkin Patch Soup
- Tumeric Tonic Ginger Tea
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* The 5-Day Plan gives a recommended sequence for having two blends each day (from the blends in the Inflammation-Fighter package) along with recipes that support reducing inflammation and getting your gut health back on track.
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