There are several steps you can take to reduce gut inflammation.
Avoid the foods that trigger gut inflammation: Foods that can trigger inflammation in the digestive tract include those that contain trans fatty acids, artificial sweeteners, or artificial flavors. Alcohol can also trigger an inflammatory response. Avoid junk food or take-out food that isn’t healthy.
Include anti-inflammatory foods in your diet: I recommend you watch my video that covers this topic in greater depth. Some of the foods I recommend for gut inflammation are blueberries, fatty fish, and green leafy vegetables. I believe that diet is the foundation upon which you reduce inflammation of the gut. If you are eating the right diet, you’ve taken a big step in the right direction.
Don’t overeat: Reduce your food intake in general. Most people, in my opinion, eat too much food. They can easily do with 20, 30 percent less than they’re eating. Eating less reduces the load on the digestive system. It makes digestion more efficient, excretion more efficient, absorption more efficient, and it helps to reduce inflammation.
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Supplements: Supplements play a crucial role in reducing gut inflammation. I recommend you start with a high-quality Omega-3 fatty acid supplement. I tell my clients to take at least one or two tablets a day, although three is often ideal. Probiotics are another essential supplement for treating gut inflammation. Probiotics will balance the microbiota by reducing harmful bacteria and increasing beneficial bacteria. Probiotics also help reduce Candida and parasites found in the gut. I suggest taking a probiotic at least once, if not twice, a day.
CanXida Restore is a product I created that helps treat gut inflammation. CanXida restore contains both digestive enzymes and probiotics.
CanXida Restore works very well with CanXida Remove. CanXida Remove helps rid the gut of microorganisms that contribute to inflammation. Yeast, parasites, and harmful bacteria are all reduced by CanXida Remove.
It’s not that hard to reduce gut inflammation. It’s common sense. It might take you a few months to do, but the benefits are significant. You’ll be surprised at the reduction in symptoms that happens when gut inflammation is reduced. I’ve seen bloating, gas, brain fog, irritability, mood disorders, and skin rashes improve by lessening inflammation in the digestive tract.