Welcome to Day 1!
Chronic Inflammation Causes Diseases
Studies have shown that chronic inflammation causes chronic conditions such as autoimmune diseases, heart diseases, even cancer. Which is why, now, more than ever, getting rid of inflammation is key for a healthier and longer life.
Metabolic syndrome refers to a collection of conditions that tend to occur together, including type 2 diabetes, obesity, high blood pressure, and cardiovascular disease. Scientists believe that inflammation plays a role in all of these. An anti-inflammatory diet may, therefore, help improve the health of a person with metabolic syndrome.
Removing Inflammation with Diet
On your first day, we introduce you to simple meals that will remove inflammatory foods from your daily diet! Avoiding foods that trigger inflammation is one of the greatest ways to eat healthy and right.
The anti-inflammatory diet is a way of living rather than a specific food plan that you have to follow. Fruits and vegetables, foods high in omega-3 fatty acids, whole grains, lean protein, healthy fats, and spices are encouraged in an anti-inflammatory diet. It discourages or restricts the consumption of alcohol, red meat, and processed foods.
It may seem complicated for beginners but with the food plan that we have created, it will be seamless and easy to adapt.
Our goal is to make the journey lighter and sustainable for you. So don't be afraid to challenge yourself and give it a shot.
Reading Nutritional Labels
The nutrition facts label helps people follow a healthy diet. It provides information about the nutrients in a product, including calories, total fat, saturated fat, trans fat, and cholesterol. Once you understand the labels, they can help you choose foods that offer you not only energy but also the nutrients you need.
If you’re trying to figure out how many servings of fruits and veggies you should be eating each day, check the nutrition label on your produce. It will tell you how much of each nutrient is in one serving, which can help you get a sense of how much other food groups you need to make up for what you’re getting from fruits and veggies.
It shows you some key nutrients that impact your health. You can use the label to support your personal dietary needs – look for foods that contain more of the nutrients you want to get more of and less of the nutrients you may want to limit.
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