15 Foods You Should Include into Your Diet to Fight Inflammation
Inflammation has been linked to a broad range of issues from acne and allergies to autoimmune diseases. That’s why it’s not a surprise that your diet plays a significant role in fighting and preventing inflammation. Here is the list of 15 anti-inflammatory foods you should immediately include into your diet if you haven’t done it yet:
- All berries, including raspberries, blackberries, and blueberries.
- Fatty fish including salmon, tuna, and herring.
- Leafy green including kale, Swiss chard, collard greens, arugula, and spinach.
- Coconut oil.
- Chia seeds.
- Bone broth.
- Nuts including almonds and walnuts.
- Olive oils.
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