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the anti-inflammatory/antioxidant list. (x-posted) [May. 24th, 2004|04:35 pm]
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[ex_trajector831]
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it's a pain in the ass, but added to 15 glasses of water & five small meals a day, adequate exercise & sleep, it's zapped my depression, attention deficit disorder, cleared up my acne and given me more energy than i can remember having in a long time. healthy. weird.



EAT:

+ apples
+ chamomile
+ artichokes
+ peppermint
+ asparagus
+ beans (dried and fresh)
+ bean sprouts
+ berries (strawberries, blackberries, blueberries, etc.)
+ bok choy
+ GARLIC
+ brazil nuts
+ parsley
+ broccoli
+ white tea
+ brussels sprouts
+ cabbage
+ miso soup
+ cantaloupe
+ cauliflower
+ celery
+ cherries
+ peanuts
+ lemon juice
+ chickpeas
+ basil
+ chicken
+ chinese cabbage
+ cucumbers
+ cilantro
+ sea vegetables (dulse, kelp, etc.)
+ endive
+ licorice root
+ escarole
+ fish & shellfish (esp. salmon)
+ flaxseed
+ green bell peppers
+ hazelnuts
+ pomegranate juice
+ honeydew melon
+ kale
+ GREEN TEA
+ kidney beans
+ clove
+ lentils
+ macadamia nuts
+ hummus
+ mushrooms
+ rosemary
+ turmeric
+ oatmeal (regular, not instant)
+ oats
+ herbal tea
+ cruciferous vegetables
+ onion
+ eggs
+ extra virgin olive oil
+ guggul
+ olives
+ black pepper
+ grape seed oil
+ oysters
+ parsnips
+ cayenne pepper
+ citrus fruits
+ aloe vera
+ pears
+ avocado
+ pecans
+ pinto beans
+ beet
+ pomegranate
+ apple cider vinegar
+ pumpkin seeds
+ walnuts
+ ginger
+ dark chocolate (80-85 percent cocoa, in moderation)
+ red bell peppers
+ yerba mate
+ romaine lettuce
+ snow peas
+ soy products (in small amounts)
+ spinach
+ sunflower seeds
+ turkey
+ kombuchu
+ turnips
+ yogurt (soy and dairy)


DON'T EAT:

- bagels
- bananas
- breads, rolls
- salt
- cake
- candy
- saturated fats
- cereals (excepts slow-cooking oatmeal)
- cookies
- corn
- most dairy
- yams
- cornstarch, corn syrup
- crackers
- cream cheese
- croissants
- doughnuts
- milk
- dried fruits
- egg rolls
- flour
- french fries
- fried food
- fruit juices (except pomegranate and pure lemon juice)
- granola
- hard cheese (except romano and parmesan)
- honey
- hot dogs
- ice cream, frozen yogurt, italian ice, sherbert
- jam, jelly, preserves
- mango
- margarine
- carrots
- molasses
- muffins
- noodles
- pancakes
- grapes
- papaya
- vegetable oils (corn, safflower, peanut, soybean oils)
- pasta
- sweet potatoes
- pastry
- peas
- pie
- pita bread
- pizza
- popcorn
- coffee (decaf or regular)
- potatoes
- pudding
- relish
- rice
- snack foods (pretzels, corn chips, etc)
- soda
- sugar (white and brown)
- tacos
- tortillas
- waffles


ON THE FENCE:

? nightshade family (tomatoes, eggplant)
? maple syrup



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Comments:
From: blurrygauze
2004-05-31 01:21 pm (UTC)
Hmm, I should try that. What do you eat for breakfast?
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From: ex_trajector831
2004-05-31 05:26 pm (UTC)

2 or 3 eggs, usually scrambled with curry powder and some kind of veggie (broccoli, tomatoes, spinach) 1 cup of slow-cooking Irish oatmeal mixed with ground flaxseeds, a handful of blueberries, and a slice of cantaloupe or some other fruit. also 1 glass of water and a cup of green tea.
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From: coldhighgentle
2005-09-08 10:07 pm (UTC)
You are helping me so much! Thank you and blessings all over you!
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