Studies have found out that inflammation is the major causes of arthritis pain, most especially pains caused by "rheumatoid arthritis" and other forms of autoimmune arthritis. However, the anti-inflammatory diet is an eating plan designed for humans to prevent or reduce the risk of low grade chronic inflammation and several other diseases. However, people who often consume foods which reduces inflammation, have had lesser chances of developing some disease associated with chronic inflammation.
In addition, female reproductive issues caused as a result of chronic inflammation like; endometriosis, PCOS, uterine fibroids, adenomyosis, ashermans syndrome and ovarian cysts are what contributes to infertility and recurrent miscarriages. Therefore in order to avoid this issues of inflammation, there are anti-inflammatory foods that women should be consuming weekly to support proper inflammatory response, inhibit prostaglandin PGE2 i.e the production of proinflammatory response by increasing the level of PGE1 and promoting PGE3 levels thereby blocking the production of PGE2.
Here are 6 foods that helps decrease inflammation
Bromelain, a protease plant enzyme mostly found in the core of pineapple fruit are well known anti-inflammatory enzymes which helps increase cervical mucous and possibly the chance of implantation in early pregnancy. Therefore, consuming pineapple 3 to 5 times weekly, with it's core intact combined with smoothies like blueberries, mint and a little fresh ginger root can help fight inflammation.
2. Ginger and tumeric
Ginger and turmeric are known to contain anti-inflammatory properties due to the present of "curcumin". Curcumin is a chemical compound that gives turmeric it's anti-inflammatory properties. You can add ginger and tumeric in you dish as that will make it easier for you to consume.
3. Green tea
According to a research, green tea is observed to have a high antioxidants and also anti-inflammatory properties which helps decrease inflammation and also arthritis pains. You can take green tea every morning, at least 2-3 times a week.
4. Leafy greens
Vegetables like kale, spinach and swiss chard contains a high antioxidant punch which helps decrease inflammation and other diseases. So try to eat at least 1 to 2 servings of each daily.
5. Chia seeds and flaxseeds
Studies have found that chia and flaxseeds are both rich in omega-3 fatty acids, which have the ability to fight inflammations. You can consume this by addimg a tablespoon of ground flaxseeds or chia seeds to your cereal, yogurt, oatmeals or smoothies.
6. Beans and lentils
Black beans and lentils are high in fiber and rich in antioxidants which helps decrease inflammation. However, it's best you discuss with your doctor or dietitian before changing your diet or start taking any supplements.
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