Ways To Fight Inflammation!

Quick Tip Monday!

Naturally when inflammation is processed in the body correctly, it’s use is for healing. But when it begins to dominate the body in ways it shouldn’t, such as arthritis, it can have an adverse effect. Instead of it healing the body you may notice constant pain and irritation not to mention possible obesity, heart disease, and cancer.

Looking to reduce inflammation in your body and not sure exactly where to start?

Well here’s a list of ways to get you on the right track:

Eat Protein at Every Meal – foods such as chicken, fish, eggs, and low-fat dairy helps with detoxifying the liver.

Drink Green Tea – Catechins is a substance in green tea that helps detoxifies the body. 3 cups is preferred, but even drinking one cup is good. Stick with the organic kind if possible.

Cook at Lower Temperatures- Cooking meats at high temperatures forms inflammatory chemicals which some experts believe may increase your chances of cancer. Keep the temperature under 300 degrees to minimize these chemicals.

Enjoy Yourself – Doing something for yourself that’s relaxing and carefree will help to reduce the stress levels in your body.

Rid Your Sleep Area of All Electronic Devices – The light from the screen can throw off your circadian rhythm (internal clock) causing you a restless or loss of sleep and increasing inflammation in your body.

Just Say No to Sweetened Beverages – beverages sweetened with artificial sweeteners such as high fructose corn syrup, causes inflammation in the body.

This is just several ways to prevent inflammation. To get the full list click here.

Here’s To Your Health!!!

Stephanie B. Davis
Certified Natural Health Professional

Social Media and Marketing Director for Dr. Celeste Owens Ministries

**Disclaimer: Please pray and ask God for direction and always consult a doctor before starting any new regimen.**
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4 thoughts on “Ways To Fight Inflammation!

  1. Cousin Sonya

    Stephanie, Thank you so much, your information so helpful to me, as I am going through a knee injury
    Sweets will be my challenge. I do enjoy sweets.

    • Hello Sonya,

      I thought about you immediately when I decided to write this article. Sweets are challenging. I’m working on getting them out of my life as well. :mrgreen:

  2. Great article Stephanie! For years I was a victim of chronic inflammation and joint pain. Eliminating sweets and processed foods helped me tremendously! I know it sounds challenging to some, but ask yourself, “Is there anything more important than good health?” I had to come to the conclusion that if I was going to be my best physical self I would need to embrace the idea that there was more to life than eating the next bad thing my body thought it wanted. The sacrifice has been worth it!

    • Hello Dr. Owens

      You’re absolutely right! There really is more to life then sugar. The same way we don’t give our kids whatever they want because we know its not good for them, is the same way we have to be with our own bodies.

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