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6 Foods That Fight Skin Inflammation

As much as you try to lead a healthy life, sometimes your body may need a little extra help. Inflammation can wreak havoc internally, and much of it can be caused or exacerbated by the foods you eat. Here, are the best inflammation-fighting foods to get your body healthy and glowing in no time. 

Turmeric

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Turmeric is the top food in fighting inflammation. Turmeric has more than 20 anti-inflammatory compounds, but curcumin is the most well-known. It’s been shown in many studies to work as a powerful anti-inflammatory agent, which benefits a wide range of conditions ranging from cancer to joint diseases like arthritis.

Dark Chocolate

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Although some of us associate chocolate with a sweet tooth and cheat days, dark chocolate, in moderation, can be good for you. It’s high in antioxidants, like flavonoids, and can help keep you from feeling deprived.

When indulging on a piece of dark chocolate, remember “the darker, the better,”.

Ginger

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Thanks to a compound known as gingerols, we can know add ginger to our list. This particular compound has been shown to have anti-inflammatory effects that could potentially aid in treating osteoarthritis and other anti-inflammatory conditions.

When your body is inflammation-free, your cells are now healthy and can replicate other healthy cells. In turn, this type of healthy regeneration helps people look young and fresh for a long time.

Dark Leafy Greens

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Is there anything dark leafy greens can’t do? Greens like kale, spinach, parsley and chard are high in vitamins and antioxidants, like flavonoids. Because these greens can really help with inflammation, it belongs in every meal and every dish.

Berries

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Strawberries, blueberries and blackberries are great anti-inflammatory foods because they’re packed with antioxidants plus a whole range of vitamins and minerals that fight damage from free radicals in the body and protect against disease.

Just like turmeric, berries can also help leave your body glowing. Eat them with yogurt or alone –– either way, they're good for you.

Baking Soda

Technically, baking soda is not a food, but because it’s so good at fighting inflammation, we had to make an exception. Baking soda helps alkalize our blood and tissues, meaning it helps our body become less acidic. Inflammation decreases when the body is more alkaline.

Add 1/4 tsp. or 1/2 tsp. of baking soda to a liter of water in order to get the full anti-inflammatory effect.



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