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    Default Natural Anti-Inflammatory Foods

    Foods that increase inflammation are refined carbs, bad fats (hydrogenated), phony fats, and of course anything that you're allergic to or intolerant of.

    Many people are intolerant of Night Shade Veggies, and these can cause inflammation. Potatoes (especially if they have a green skin), eggplant, tomatoes (especially if cooked and concentrated into a sauce), tend to be the worst offenders of the nightshade family.

    Dehydration will increase inflammation.

    foods that decrease inflammation with natural anti-inflammatory properties are fish oils, cold, deep-water, and/or fatty fish like mackeral, swordfish and salmon. Anything high in Omega 3 and 5's like Flax seed oil, Udo's Choice, most nuts and seeds.

    Bromelain, found in pineapple, reduces inflammation.
    Ginger
    Garlic
    Nettle
    Barley, especially barley tea
    apples - especially the skin of green apples
    red onions
    cinnamon
    cayenne pepper
    rosemary
    turmeric
    basil
    olive oil
    aspirin
    probiotics
    exercise
    anti-oxidants (Skin Food plus ALA)

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    I eat mucho tomatoes. They fight cancer. Full of lycopene!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReinaBikipatra View Post
    I eat mucho tomatoes. They fight cancer. Full of lycopene!
    make sure you cook them though, otherwise it's not bio-available.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SVZ View Post
    make sure you cook them though, otherwise it's not bio-available.
    Yeah I read that! It's weird-marinara is better for you than a fresh tomato!

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    The more concertrated the tomato the more lycopene , ketcup is good to

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