Listen to health and fitness expert Drew talk about his 20+ Ways to Reduce Inflammation. Drew has an awesome ability to reach people with his passion for helping people.
Here are Drew’s Top 23 Ways to Attack Inflammation and a short list of things to ELIMINATE from your life!
First, try to eliminate the following things form your lifestyle and diet:
- Processed Foods (5 Worst Foods for Arthritis)
- Pollution (indoor and outdoor air quality)
- Trans fats (fried foods, fast foods)
- Omega 6
- MSG and other food additives
- Lack of Sleep (This is HUGE! Your body repairs itself at night while at rest)
- One he didn’t mention is STRESS! You must control your stress levels.
23 Ways to Reduce Inflammation:
- Omega 3 (fish oils)
- Greens – Juicing green vegetables or incorporating more veggies into your diet
- Gut Health – Probiotics and Prebiotics
- Hydration – 80% of the population is dehydrated, are you?
- Tea – Turmeric and Ginger Tea (both Ginger and Turmeric are in Heal-n-Soothe – Try it FREE here)
- Epsom Salt Bath – lowers cortisol level
- Olive Oil – 1 1.5 tablespoons is equivalent to common over-the-counter pain relievers
- Dandelion Greens – They are loaded with vitamins
- Blackstrap Molasses – Great for pain and inflammation
- White Willow Tea
- Exercise – vital to keep joints healthy and mobile
- Essential Oils – peppermint
- Frankincense – helps eliminate inflammation
- Infrared Sauna or Infrared Heating Pads – penetrates beneath the surface of the skin unlike traditional heating pads
- Turmeric – also fights inflammation (one of Heal-n-Soothe’s key ingredients)
- Cayenne Pepper – Capsaicin
- Ginger – drink the juice, make a tea, or eat it with your sushi
- Rosemary, Sage and other fresh herbs
- Cryotherapy – cold treatment. If you can not find cryotherapy, you can use ice packs.
- CBD oil – is now widely being recognized as an effective way to treat pain
- Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy
- Acupuncture and Tai Chi
Often times, people in pain feel like they have tried everything. My guess is that you have only tried a handful of these items at best. This isn’t even a complete list of the ways you can reduce inflammation. We hope you found this article useful.