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7 Inflammation-Fighting Health Hacks That You May Not Have Heard Of Before

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Got acne? Eczema? Allergies? Joint pain? Persistent upset tummy? If so, you just might be experiencing the effects of inflammation on your body. Inflammation is the cause of so many chronic health problems, and if left to run rampant, can lead to devastating diseases, such as Alzheimer's, diabetes, and cancer. If you're ready to get a grip on inflammation before it gets a grip on you, here are 7 plant-powered hacks to add to your daily routine to help you fight inflammation naturally. 

Remember: it's what we do most of the time that counts.


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Even if you don't do everything on the list, start with what makes the most sense for your life where you're at right now. Some of these items are more impactful than others, such as cutting out sugar, and committing to 20 minutes of moderate exercise five times a week. 

So, when you're ready, let's dive in...

1. Add plenty of sweet potatoes and other beta carotene-rich veggies to your weekly meal rotation.

Beta carotene is a powerful antioxidant that's found in vegetables and fruits that are red, orange, and golden yellow. Scientific research has shown that beta carotene is a potent inflammation fighter, and inhibits the inflammation response in the body. 

Along with sweet potatoes, here are other foods that contain plenty of beta carotene:

  • Tomatoes
  • Carrots
  • Peaches
  • Cantaloupe
  • Butternut squash

Read more about the connection between your diet and inflammation here

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2. Cut added sugar out of your life

Many studies have shown that processed sugars trigger a pro-inflammatory response, which can lead to joint pain, muscle ache, and more. Chronic inflammation can lead to a wide variety of health issues, such as depression, diabetes, and dementia. 

Fortunately, teas that contain the remarkable herb Gymnema can end your craving for sugar, when consumed regularly. Here are two amazing tea blends that can end your dysfunctional relationship with sugar:

  • Sugarproof tea blocks your perception of the sweet flavor, and will get rid of cravings within 5 to 30 days
  • Sleek & Slender curbs your cravings for sweets, improves digestion, and boosts your metabolism. Drink daily for a minimum of 30 days for best results. 

Read about how to slay your sugar cravings


3. Move your body for 20 minutes per day

Researchers at UC San Diego medical school found that twenty minutes of moderate exercise stimulated the immune system and created an anti-inflammatory response in the cells. According to the research, the exercise doesn't need to be intense; a moderate workout is enough.

Here is a home workout exercise set that includes light weight dumbbells, yoga ball, and resistance band


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4. Stand on the earth barefoot

Evidence suggests that the negative ions on the Earth's surface stabilize the bioelectrical functioning of the human body. According to the research, standing barefoot on the Earth (this practice is often called Earthing, or Grounding) can help normalize sleep cycles, reduce stress, and relieve pain and inflammation. 

Learn more about this practice in this book: Earthing, The Most Important Discovery Ever

Click here to see some of the science behind these claims


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5. Floss your teeth

A daily flossing habit does a lot more good than just saving your teeth. Flossing helps eliminate dental bacteria, which causes inflammation when it gets into the bloodstream. Not-so-fun fact: gum disease can lead to heart heart disease. So start that flossing habit today!

Here is the most effective dental floss you can get. My dental hygienist swears by it.


6. Eat lots of dark berries

Dark purple and red berries like blueberries, raspberries, cherries, pomegranates, blackberries, and cranberries all contain a compound called anthocyanin pigments, which not only add color to the fruit. Anthocyanin pigments are also powerful inflammation fighters! They are also antioxidant and anticancer, so eat as much of these as you can.

Our Blood Pressure Support Tea is loaded with inflammation-fighting cranberries, paired with spices like ginger and cinnamon which stimulate circulation and also have anti-inflammatory benefits. 


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7. Drink these inflammation-fighting teas – rooibos, tulsi, ginger, and turmeric

Each of these botanicals can help you fight inflammation naturally. For best results, enjoy at least a cup of one of these teas daily. And make sure to include ginger and turmeric into your cooking as well. 

The main ingredient in Loose Leaf's Inflammation Relief is Tulsi. You can get that right here. 

Happy Place tea contains rooibos, ginger and turmeric. This tea relieves inflammation, and also lifts your mood and supports digestion. You can get Happy Place here. 

Joint Support Tea also contains these herbs, and is completely caffeine-free. You can get Joint Support Tea here.


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Thanks so much for this information. It is just what I need! I have already tried to start on some of the suggestions, but the added information and the encouragement to stick with the plans helps me to start again and to stick to the efforts to remove inflammation from my body. I appreciate your efforts to help us to start feeling better naturally. Keep up the good work!

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