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Posted on 01-23-2018
Adding the proper foods into your diet will give you more energy, brighter skin, and better overall health through reduced inflammation! Instead of stressing about all the foods to avoid, focus on integrating more of the anti-inflammatory foods into your diet. Eventually you will crowd out the unhealthy foods you’ve been eating. Remember-your body only runs as well as the fuel you put into it.
Processed foods. If it’s boxed or canned, avoid it. If you cannot purchase fresh produce, frozen is the next best option. Stay away from dairy as it is congestive and causes inflammation. Limit red meat. Look for organic, unprocessed lean meats. No trans fats. Limit refined carbs such as breads, pasta and rice.
By Jessica Kellerman
Great blog Jessica! Thank you for all the detailed examples.
Thanks Jessica this is really well laid out.