Reduce Your Sinus Inflammation with Anti-Inflammatory Foods
Dr. Rob Ivker, author of best-selling Sinus Survival, recommends that there are two things that you can do to decrease the inflammatory causative factors in your body: 1). Decrease your intake of inflammatory foods: processed sugars and starches, refined/simple carbohydrates, dairy, alcohol, white flour, processed foods, chemical sugar sweeteners, table salt, MSG, caffeine, and red meat; and 2). Increase your intake of anti-inflammatory foods. Add this combination to your routine for incredible health benefits.
Just change-out a few inflammatory foods for non-inflammatory foods; you’ll feel the difference in your joints, muscles and in your sinuses.
The top Anti-inflammatory foods:
Coldwater fish, especially Salmon, contain healthy omega-3s (Wild Alaskan Salmon is higher in omega-3s). Recommended 2-3 times per week. Also take a daily Fish Oil supplement. Other foods rich in omega-3’s include: Soybeans, Flax Seeds, and Soybeans.
Olive Oil. Olive oil contains oleic acid, anti-inflammatory oil. Oleic acid has also been shown to lower blood sugar and cholesterol. Buy extra-virgin olive oil, which is minimally processed. Replace all cooking oils with Olive Oil.
Salads. Spinach, dark-green lettuce, tomatoes and other vegetables are rich in vitamin C, nutrients and antioxidants that reduce inflammation.
Vegetables. Broccoli, kale, brussel sprouts, and cauliflower are packed with antioxidants and sulfur which the body converts into more antioxidants.
Turmeric. This spice is a popular with curry blends. It is also available in supplement form and a part of Sinus Survival Supplements.
Ginger. Peel off the skin on fresh ginger, and then add a few thin slices to your favorite hot tea, especially with peppermint tea and honey.
Cherries. “Eat Red”. Tart cherries known as the “Super Fruit” contain anthocyanin’s, a powerful antioxidant packed with vitamin C, potassium, magnesium, iron, fiber and folate. The recent research conducted by the University of Michigan revealed a cherry-enriched diet may help lower body fat, total weight, inflammation and cholesterol – all risks for heart disease.
Blueberries. This delicious fruit is exploding with natural inflammation fighters. They are also believed to protect our brain.
Green Tea. We’ve all heard of the benefits of green tea, it also has powerful anti-inflammatory compounds. Have one or two cups a day and follow those who are in the Centurion Club to live to 100 years of age.
Garlic. Garlic’s healthful benefits have been known for centuries. Allicin, the primary active agent generated by garlic, is an anti-inflammatory, anti-viral, anti-fungal and anti-microbial agent, which is known as “Nature’s Antibiotic”. Used in cooking, you’ll receive a healthful small dose of Allicin. The Garlic Center, in Sussex England, has now made it possible to now fully maximize the Allicin benefit. In the past, stomach acid has limited Allicin’s full absorption. The Garlic Center’s breakthrough is their ability to stabilize 100% of the Allicin. Just one odorless capsule is equivalent to 12 cloves of garlic. This powerful supplement is the BEST OF SHOW in this top ten group. Sinus Survival has worked with The Garlic Center to create a daily product called AlliUltra and a Physician’s Strength product called Allimed. Dr. Rob Ivker, has been endorsing these Alli products to his patients with amazing results. Learn more at www.sinussurvival.com/products.
Here’s to your good health!