Numerous performed studies associate chronic inflammation with the deadliest diseases of the modern way of living such as heart disease, stroke, cancer, diabetes, and Alzheimer’s. Unfortunately, these inflammatory ingredients are present in the food we consume on daily basis.
Six Inflammatory Foods that You Have to Avoid
Milk (from cows)
This is the most inflammatory food as a result of the content of proteins and lactose. If you thought that skimming will help, unfortunately it won’t, it will make the milk even more inflammatory.
This type of bread is high in refined carbohydrates, which almost instantly are altered into glucose in the body. It elevates the insulin levels thus making an ideal environment for inflammation.
However, according to the findings of a 2012 study released in the Journal of Nutrition suggests that the intake of whole grain bread substantially reduces the risk of inflammation.
Vegetable oils such as sunflower, corn, and soy have rich content of inflammation-causing omega-6 fatty acids. For that reason, try to avoid the usage of these oils, but instead use olive oil being high in beneficial omega-3 fatty acids.
When you are consuming alcohol the body needs to work hard in order to break down alcohol and while this process is on, toxins are being created, which on the other hand damage the liver cells.
High temperatures are responsible for the formation of advanced glycation end products, these products are foreign to the body, and because of that it treats them as inflammation. The inflammation is the body response to a perceived infection.
The Three “Ps”
The Three “Ps” term is an invention of Michelle Schoffro, which incorporates all processed, packaged and prepared foods. All these foods are extremely inflammatory, therefore avoid all foods prepared in that way, and do not consume cereals, soda, candy, and processed cheese.
Try not to use these foods into your diet and very soon you will notice improvements and multiple health benefits, and meanwhile you will reduce the risk of inflammation.
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