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Foods That Cause Inflammation in the Body

Choosing an anti-inflammatory diet means opting for foods that optimize your body's functions. Poor-quality food can lead to bodily breakdown.


The principles of Eating an Anti-Inflammatory Diet

Eat Real Food

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Quality food communicates with your DNA, guiding cellular behavior. Junk food sends negative signals, while whole, fresh foods provide positive instructions.

Each Meal Should Contain at Least 2-3 Different Bright Colors

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Colorful foods reverse cellular damage. Skip Skittles; eat nature's rainbow for optimal health and vitality!

Variety, Variety

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Embrace food variety for a diverse gut ecosystem. Mix fruits, veggies, nuts, seeds, proteins, and grains for optimal health.

Choose Functional Foods

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Choose foods with purpose: cruciferous veggies aid detox, omega-3s boost brain health, chia seeds aid hydration. Optimize your diet for a new you.

Don’t Skip Your Daily Multi!

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Quality soil is scarce; consider a daily multivitamin for balance. Metagenics Phytomulti, my top pick, supports health and fights inflammation.

Foods that Cause Inflammation List

– High Fructose Corn Syrup – Partially Hydrogenated Oil – Food Dye – Soybean oil – Corn oil – Canola oil – Vegetable oil – Conventionally raised animal protein – Processed meats

– Soda – Margarine – Produce that is a part of the dirty dozen and is NOT organic  – Flour based products such as bread & pasta – Genetically modified foods (GMO’s) such as corn and soybeans



Discovering foods that fuel your body and promote well-being is key. Opt for whole, nutrient-dense options to combat inflammation effectively.