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Kick Butt With Inflamation-Fighting Foods For A Healthier Body

- Giles Smith 20 Feb 2018

Fighting inflammation with food is quickly becoming a major health prioritys, say physicians and researchers. “Turmeric was one of our trending flavors in our recent Pinsights Flavor Report and specifically turmeric lattes. Ginger tea is also a trending search, up 20 percent,”

Kick Butt With Inflamation-Fighting Foods For A Healthier Body

Considering that inflamation is linked to bloating, acne, and  life threatneing illness, fighting inflammation with food is quickly becoming a major health priority, say physicians and researchers.

Countless results on Inflammation-fighting ingredients are already trending on Pinterest. Results from soups, smoothies, “Turmeric was one of our trending flavors in our recent Pinsights Flavor Report and specifically turmeric lattes. Ginger tea is also a trending search, up 20 percent,” confirms Stephanie Kumar, partner insights lead at Pinterest. 

It’s no coincidence that many healthy food trends—from the zoodle (zucchini noodle) and cauliflower rice to nut milks and vegan cheese—are substitutes for inflammatory ingredients like gluten, grains, and dairy.

"The produce drawer is the first spot in your refrigerator or pantry to fill when fighting inflammation. Fruits and vegetables are rich in antioxidants that restore cellular health, as well as anti-inflammatory flavonoids. If you struggle to consume added portions of green leafy vegetables", says Dr. Axe, a doctor of natural medicine, chiropractic and clinical nutritionist.

Starbucks just planted its flag with a new anti-inflammatory drink made with cayenne called the Chile Mocha. Expect to see food brands to capitalizing on the buzz in 2017. 

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