Written by Robert J. Matthews
Sardines, mackerel, and salmon are oily fish that are an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids.
Enhanced heart health and anti-inflammatory properties characterize these essential lipids.
Antioxidants, which are abundant in berries including raspberries, blueberries, and strawberries, aid in the fight against inflammation.
Additionally, they are tasty when incorporated into yogurt or smoothies, or eaten alone as treats.
Olives, minerals, and antioxidants are abundant in dark, leafy greens such as Swiss chard, spinach, and kale.
They are abundant in anti-inflammatory compounds and low in caloric.
Broccoli Sulforaphane, which is present in cruciferous broccoli, is recognized for its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.
Broccoli can maintain its nutritional value by being steamed or gently cooked.