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Eat Foods That Cool Inflammation

By and Tuesday, 09 February 2021 12:05 PM Current | Bio | Archive

Love Fest 2021, this year's free music extravaganza out of Chardon, Ohio, is being held virtually on June 26, and streaming live on YouTube.

That's something to love that's loving you in return — exactly what Dr. Mike says is the dynamic that makes for a perfect meal plan. You want to love the foods that love you back.

Do you have sore joints, headaches, dry skin patches, bleeding gums, frequent muscle cramps, or digestive and stomach woes?

If so, chances are you're loaded with chronic inflammation that's triggered by belly fat, lack of physical activity, chronic stress, smoking, and or excess alcohol intake. Maybe even a lack of soothing music.

That hyped-up state means your immune responses, designed to protect you from disease, are instead causing you to rust from the inside out.

White blood cells that fight off infection can turn on you and attack nearby healthy tissues and organs.

Luckily, you can turn that around.

Tune into foods that love you and help cool chronic inflammation: salmon, sea trout, sardines, turmeric, olive oil, walnuts, broccoli, tomatoes, spinach, berries, chili peppers, and coffee.

You can find ways to prepare these nutrition powerhouses in Dr. Mike's "What to Eat When Cookbook," including tasty treats like Smokin' Baba Kalamata and Vegetable Ragout.

Also, on DoctorOz.com there's Bright Butternut Squash Noodle Bowl with Broccoli & Chicken and Grilled Chicken with Walnut Pesto Zoodles (zucchini noodles), as well as many other inflammation fighters. 

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