So last week I talked about how stress increases inflammation and some of the things I was doing in my life that increased the inflammation markers in my body over a period of a few years.

Over the past 2 years I have been working on this consistently and steadily increasing the strategies that I use to help me manage the inflammation in my body, So today, I wanted to share this list with you in the hope that it can make a difference for you too. I recently had my inflammation markers checked and my CRP is 1.0 which is normal and I am so grateful that I took the time to put my body and my health first. This takes time, patience, discipline and a belief that things can change for the better.

So below is the List of My Top 19 Strategies:

  • Minimising work stress
  • Minimising life stressors
  • Getting out and spending time in nature daily and going for a walk
  • Incorporating anti-inflammatory herbs into my cooking and meals daily. These include cinnamon, ginger, garlic,
  • Removing toxins in my home
  • Only using eco-friendly household products
  • Only using clean skincare and make-up products
  • Taking supportive supplements to support healing and keeping inflammation low
  • Changing from frying to steaming and baking
  • Incorporating intermittent fasting 4 days a week
  • Having bone broth daily
  • Using bone broth shakes
  • Incorporating collagen protein powder into my hot drinks daily
  • Using supplements that remove toxins from my body
  • Following a ketogenic diet
  • Continue to follow a no gluten, wheat, dairy, yeast, corn, soya and sugar
  • Having grass-fed pasture raised eggs weekly
  • Having grass-fed meat once weekly
  • Drinking filtered water daily (my body likes 2-3 litres of fluid daily)

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