Incorporating Anti-inflammatory Foods Into Your Diet

Written by Robert J. Matthews

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Broccoli, which is rich in sulforaphane, possesses antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. 

Broccoli 

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Savor it steamed, or braised, or incorporate it into stir-fries to impart a nourishing tang.

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Compounds present in extra virgin olive oil exhibit anti-inflammatory characteristics. 

Olive Oil 

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To elevate the taste of your dishes, employ it as a salad condiment or in a flame-safe sauté.

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Cherry anthocyanins, which are vibrant compounds responsible for their pigmentation, exhibit anti-inflammatory properties.

Cherries 

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For a delectable delight, consume fresh cherries as a snack or incorporate them into desserts.

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Dark chocolate with a high cocoa content contains flavonoids that have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. 

Dark Chocolate

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Savor a tiny portion as an intermittent indulgence.

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