Inflammation Part 4:
What to Eat!
Dr. Renae Norton
What to Eat (Click to see my clean eating protocol)
1. Meat, Poultry and Seafood
Specifically eat 100% grass-fed red meat, pastured organic poultry and wild caught seafood that includes salmon, anchovies, mackerel, sardines and wild-caught tuna.
2. Fruits, Vegetables and Legumes
Organic, non-GMO, local, and in season whenever possible. Legumes include alfalfa sprouts, black beans, chickpeas, green beans, kidney beans, lentils, navy beans, peas, and pinto beans.
3. Nuts and Seeds
Almonds, brazil nuts, chia seeds, flax seeds, hazelnuts, hemp seeds, pecans, pistachios, pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds and walnuts.
4. Whole Grains
Barley, wild rice, buckwheat, bulgur, couscous, farro, millet, oats, quinoa, and teff.
Bone broth, water, coconut water, coffee in moderation, green tea in moderation, Kefir, and Kombucha.
Most organic spices are good for you, but there are a few that are particularly good: black pepper, cayenne, cinnamon, clove, dill, frankincense, oregano, parsley, rosemary and especially turmeric.
7. Odds and Ends
Apple cider vinegar, celery juice, avocado, coconut oil, 100% grass-fed Type I and Type II collagen, dark chocolate (70% or darker.)
- Researchers found that when treated with Selank, high-fat-fed mice gained 35% less weight. On top of that, the total cholesterol of the subject dropped by over 58%, while their blood sugar level decreased by 23.5%
- The influence of Selank on the Parameters of the Hemostasis System
- Nutr Diabetes. 2016 Mar; 6(3): e199.
- Nutrition Interventions in Rheumatoid Arthritis
- The dietary Intake of Wheat and other Cereal Grains and their role in inflammation
- Preclinical rheumatoid arthritis in patients with celiac disease
- Ultra-processed food consumption associates with higher cardiovascular risk in rheumatoid arthritis
- Alcohol related brain damage
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