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Looking to reduce inflammation in your body? Check out these tasty anti-inflammatory foods:
- Dark chocolate
Incorporating these foods into your diet can help reduce inflammation and promote overall health. So go ahead and check the serving sizes on the food label. Don't lie to yourself. Try logging it in an app like lifsum. It makes a difference how much you are actually eating so identifying serving sizes is key. Now you have a guide to take in some delicious and nutritious eats!
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Fight Inflammation with These Delicious Protein Sources
- Wild-caught salmon
- Sardines in water
- Grass-fed beef
- Seafood sources
- Free-range chicken
- Animal liver
Snack Your Way to Lower Inflammation
- Carrots and hummus
- Green Apple slices with almond butter
- Trail mix: make your own to limit salt and processed ingredients added. Go for unsaturated fats if adding oils, unsalted walnuts, almonds, 70/30 dark chocolate sources, dried berries (listed below) and add pink Himalayan or ionized salt.
- Greek yogurt
- Sliced avocado on whole grain toast
- Berries to choose -These are some berries that are good for reducing inflammation
Add These Healthy Oils to Your Diet to aid in decreasing inflammation
- Extra-virgin olive oil
- Avocado oil
- Coconut oil
- Flaxseed oil
Incorporating these protein sources, snacks, and oils into your diet can help fight inflammation and keep you feeling your best. So why not try some of these delicious and nutritious options today?
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Increase your thyroxine levels (T3) and shed fat. Eat High Iodine Food Sources
Incorporating these high iodine food sources into your diet can help you maintain healthy levels of iodine in your body, which is important for thyroid function. However, it's important to consume them in moderation as excessive iodine intake can also have negative health effects. Check with your health professional or doctor first.
📣Note: taking certain medications and iodine may note be a good idea so ask your doctor or healthcare professional if iodine will affect the medication and you before you eat these sources!
📣 ATHLETIC AHA DOES NOT provide medical advice or recommendations. The information provided is for educational purposes only and is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.It Is important to consult with a healthcare professional, such as a registered dietitian or a doctor, for personalized nutrition advice and recommendations. Nutritional needs can vary based on individual health status, medical conditions, and other factors.Additionally, it is important to note that the information provided may not be applicable to everyone, and any changes to your diet or lifestyle should be made under the guidance of a healthcare professional.