I’ve been asked to discuss what encompasses the best diet for gut inflammation. The best diet for gut inflammation is a healthy, natural diet.
An anti-inflammatory diet includes an abundance of fresh foods. You shouldn’t be eating packaged foods that have a shelf-life of three to four weeks.
For some people, eating to reduce gut inflammation may necessitate a significant paradigm shift. It’ll mean changing the way they shop, cook, and eat.
A lot of diet changes often need to be made. You can definitely do it, but take your time and do it slowly. Don’t go from a crappy diet to an amazingly healthy diet within a week, because you’re going to get sick.
It’s far better to improve your diet gradually over two to three months. Slowly move into a cleaner and healthier way of eating.
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A great way to start nudging your diet towards a healthier one is to stop eating take-out food. Make more time to prepare meals at home. Shop at farmers’ markets. Shop at excellent health food stores that offer fresh produce.
Another small step you can take is to increase the amount of fruit in your diet slowly. You could add one slice of pineapple to your daily routine, for example. When you start incorporating healthy foods into your diet, you automatically start reducing the crappy foods. Some of the “crappy” foods to look out for are trans-fats, added sugars, and processed carbohydrates like white bread.
Along with a diet change, you might need to change your lifestyle. If you’re always in a rush, you won’t have time to cook from scratch. You might settle for a TV dinner in front of your computer. That’s how you keep inflammation going. I’ve written another article about lifestyle changes that will help reduce gut inflammation. Make sure you look at that report as well.