Dr. Barry Sears speaks about the beneficial effects of an anti-inflammatory diet. Research suggests that adapting an anti-inflammatory diet could help heal many health concerns including joint pain, chronic aches and pains, and minor symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis. Read his book “A Week In the Zone “and discover food as medicine.
Today, try incorporating two or more anti-inflammatory foods into your diet. Choose from the list below. If you already eat many of these foods, experiment with something you’ve never tried before:
- wild-caught salmon
- green tea
- extra virgin olive oil
- sweet potato