A Healthy Diet Can Help Chronic Inflammatory Conditions

Do you feel irritable, tired or grumpy?
Do you have swellings, pain redness or decreased mobility some times?
If this is the case, then you are likely to be suffering from chronic inflammation.
Inflammation is irritation in body tissue as a result of injury or disease.
Diabetes, arthritis, heart disease, Alzheimers disease, irritable bowel syndrome, Parkinson’s disease and Lyme disease are all chronic inflammatory diseases.
You can of course take anti biotics for any of the above ailments. However, diet is key.
To regain energy, it is vital to stop eating refined alcohol, sugar, processed foods, fried foods, barbecued foods, refined foods, tomatoes, nightshade vegetables, such as, aubergines and capsicums.
Energy foods, such as, fish, egg whites, spinach, nuts, almonds, walnuts, carrots and broccoli.

If you wish to decrease or eliminate pain due to inflammation, give up junk food, processed meats (cold cuts, hot dogs, sausages), fried food, fast food and sugar.
Leave out the cookies, cake, sweets, crisps and crackers. Soft drinks and already sweetened cereals help alleviate chronic-inflammation.
It is of course important to increase your consumption of healing foods, such as, fruits and vegetables .
It is essential to have your five fruit and veg portions a day due to their phytochemical and antioxidant content. A high fibre diet beats inflammation.

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