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Why Your Inflammatory Diet May Not Be Working

How to Use Your Diet to Positively Impact Your Inflammatory Responses

While it’s critical to eliminate inflammatory foods when on an anti-inflammatory diet, it’s equally as important to add certain foods to help encourage a normal inflammatory response. Here are the top foods to help make your diet more effective!

Most Supportive Foods:

Dark Leafy Greens

Dark leafy vegetables such as spinach, kale, mustard greens and Swiss chard are all high in antioxidants and nutrients that can help maintain the balance of free radicals and antioxidants in your body. Less stress in the body means less inflammation. Part of the alkaline food group, they also help a balance acidity process to encourage normal joint and digestive health.


Full of omega-3 fatty acids, Salmon may encourage a normal inflammatory response and support comfortable joints and mobility. Omega-3s do this by interfering with immune cells and enzymes that are released as part of the body’s inflammatory response.

Sunflower Lecithin (non-GMO)

Lecithin is a group of lipids that are naturally extracted from sunflower oil. Rich in choline and essential fatty acids, and Sunflower Lecithin also contains phospholipids. These phospholipids have special antioxidant properties that help support healthy oxidative stress processes.


While not the most fun vegetable to chop, this benefit will make you want to break out the cutting board. Onions contain potent amounts of a compound called quercetin. Quercetin is known to support healthy cells and enzymes and encourage healthy inflammatory processes.


A cousin of ginger, this root can be turned into a bright yellow spice that is known for supporting normal inflammatory responses and is also added to dishes for its wonderful taste. It may help maintain the body’s free radical balance, boost the immune system, support healthy joints and is great for brain health too.


Ginger is a well-known root with amazing properties that help support the GI tract and digestive system. It is a close botanical relative to turmeric and has also been found to support normal inflammatory responses.


Another member of the alkaline food group, avocados are high in healthy unsaturated fats and antioxidants.

Sea Vegetables

Sea Vegetables are perhaps one of the best not-so-secrets of Asian culture in supporting the body. Sea vegetables contain special minerals and antioxidants that help control blood sugar and detox the body from heavy metals.


Strawberries, acai berries, boysenberries, blackberries, raspberries, and blueberries are some of the most supportive fruits you can eat. They contain a potent antioxidant called anthocyanin that helps support normal inflammatory reactions in the body.


Resveratrol is found in many foods, including, red grapes, blueberries, mulberries, and cranberries. Resveratrol is a compound that is known to help support normal inflammatory responses.

Adjusting your diet is one of the simplest, yet most effective ways to help promote joint and bone health, as well as total wellness. Simply add these foods to your daily meals to help encourage normal immune responses!

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