by Mike Westerdal, RKC, CPT
There is an invisible civil war raging inside the body of millions of Americans that can go undetected for years. It’s called, chronic inflammation and has been featured on the cover of TIME magazine with the title, “Secret Killer”.
Watch the shocking video below to open your eyes to the root cause of long term pain and sickness.
Chronic inflammation, however, harms rather than heals, because the immune system attack never stops. It’s like being shot by “friendly fire” during a perpetual war raging inside the body, says Dr. Schauer.
Picture a sneak attack on your joints and blood vessels causing tender, throbbing, hotspots that are wreaking havoc on the areas of your body that were once pain free.
According to Yahoo Health many scientists now believe that most chronic diseases that we fear most including heart disease, cancer and Alzheimer’s are all caused by chronic inflammation.
There are however, steps you can take today to reduce the likelihood that you’ll suffer from chronic joint inflammation and pain. Getting started is as easy as incorporating anti-inflammatory foods into your diet. Fortunately, the list of foods that fight the effects of chronic inflammation is long—and tasty.
Not surprisingly, these are foods that are rich in immune boosting vitamins, antioxidants, flavonoids, phytonutrients, minerals, proteins, healthy fats or complex carbs.
Here are the Top 3 picks from our new publication, 101 Superfoods that Stop Your Joint Pain & Inflammation.
Green Tea is one of the world’s most popular beverages. It is loaded with antioxidants and nutrients that have powerful effects on the body, including improved brain function, fat loss, a lower risk of cancer and inflammation-fighting properties.
Green tea is also the least processed of all the predominant types of tea: green, black and oolong. (page 40)
A 2009 study found that bioactive compounds in pistachio, and molecules present in pistachios, have anti-inflammatory properties.
Pistachio oil decreases levels of an inflammatory marker known as “lift-2.” Pistachios are nutrient dense and provide protein, fiber micronutrients, plant sterols, gamma-tocopherol and other phytochemical compounds, including flavanoids and phenolic compounds. Overall, they are an excellent weapon in the war against chronic “joint” inflammation. (page 36)
The Kiwifruit is a small fruit approximately 3 inches long and weighing about four ounces. Kiwi provides your daily intake of antioxidants such as polyphenols and carotenoids which help fight damage caused by oxidative stress and free radicals.
Kiwifruit is also known to assist in wading off the effects of stress, joint inflammation and attack from viruses and bacteria. (page 29)
Eating the three foods from this article is a great way to start reversing the damage that has been done and jump start your health and immune system.
Luckily there are many great tasting foods that contain anti-inflammatory properties, which is exactly why we went ahead and published a resource guide called, 101 Superfoods that Stop Your Joint Pain & Inflammation.
As the title suggests you’ll get another 98 foods just like the three you read about today that will help you move and feel better in just 14-days. It’s not too late to feel better. Please don’t give up on yourself and falsely believe that this is just the way your life has to be and there’s nothing you can do about it. You can turn things around and you can do it quite easily in fact.
You can enjoy delicious mouth watering foods that will heal your body, protect your brain and make your joints feel like they did when you were younger.
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This collection of natural remedies is a holistic approach to dealing with pain in your life. Instead of trying to deal with the symptoms one by one, you can focus on fixing the body as a whole.
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About the Authors: For well over the last 20 years, Rick Kaselj has been helping clients around the world over come injury and pain. Rick specializes in effective exercises to overcome injuries and pain. He has helped people one-on-one, in group rehabilitation and with online coaching. Rick has helped people with work injuries, car accidents, sports injuries, and joint injuries.
In this guide Mike Westerdal, CPT, RKC of Critical Bench and Injury Specialist Rick Kaselj, MS have teamed up to give you a complete resource guide that uses 101 foods to assist the body with it’s natural healing process.
Mike & Rick can be contacted at: criticalbench1 at gmail.com
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