I want to talk about inflammation - more specifically suggest an anti-inflammatory diet to keep you moving and pain free. Joint aches are cause by inflammation, which is your body's response to injury or irritation. In addition, Dr. Cherie, D.C, says only 4% of your body's nerves are dedicated to signalling pain. So you could have an injury or irritation and not even know it. Let's head off the problem before it starts, with a simple, anti-inflammatory diet.
Salmon, trout or tuna contain super healthy Omega 3 fatty acids, better known as the good fat.
Olive Oil which you can put on health salads, and include cruciferous veggies such as broccoli, brussel sprouts and kale.
Cherries, berries and grapes.
Here are some little know remedies.
The finest anti-inflammatory, anti-carcinogenic spice is Turmeric , used for oaver 2500 years in India. Sprinkle it on salads, meats, etc.
Garlic. Many third world countries use garlic instead of anti-biotics on pregnant women. Grandma knew garlic, along with fresh ginger and lemon, could make a tea strong enough to cure just about anything.
Nuts: Almonds, Brazil nuts, walnuts, pistachios. But don't go hog wild. Less than 20 combined is a good portion
Avocados: High in Omega 3 fatty acids. If you don't like plain avocados, mix one with some PLAIN Greek yogurt for a dip.
Water: Don't forget nature's cleansing fluid.
While you're eating the turkey and stuffing, add some of these foods to give you health benefits along with great nutrition.