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Ingredients:

Instructions:

Juice the pineapple, ginger and turmeric and then add Dr. Rob’s Ultimate Flora Support to the mixture.  Place in the refrigerator and let sit overnight.  The specific probiotic bacteria will digest some, if not all of the sugar, in the mixture making a massively potent anti-inflammatory probiotic drink.


29 Amazing Anti-inflammatory Gut Supporting Foods

1. BLUEBERRIES
Blueberries, especially wild, are amazing at supporting the removal of heavy metals from the body, particually the brain.  Their consumption may help to improve memory and decrease symptoms of depression. The are also a prebiotic food that feeds the gut microbiome.

2. STRAWBERRIES
Strawberries are great for SIBO cases that want to eat fruits because they are considered a zero FODMAP food.  They are also a good source of vitamin C to support a healthy immune response!

3. BLACKBERRIES
Blackberries are also anti-inflammatory and provide lots of vitamin K needed for bone health and may help heavy menstrual bleeding, and bloody stools.  Blackberries are also rich in manganese, which is important for pituitary function, ligament health, brain function, hormone balance, and metabolism.

4. RASPBERRIES
Raspberries are the fiber berry containing the most fiber in the berry family. Research indicates that they may reduce the incidence of fatty liver disease as well as may be beneficial for the symptoms of arthritis, help with weight loss, and reduce the signs of aging.

5. TOMATOES
Tomatoes are not good if you have osteoarthritis because they contain solanine, which is toxic and has fungicidal and pesticidal properties, and it is one of the plant’s natural defenses.  This plant toxin can aggravate arthritis, however, it is a great source of lycopene, which may reduce cancer risk and improve cardiovascular health as well as, protect the brain from age-related
degeneration, and improve vision, especially in older adults.

6. SHITAKE MUSHROOMS
Shiitake mushrooms MUST be cooked in order to neutralize toxins like hydrazine and formaldehyde.  However, once cooked they are incredible feeders to the gut micorbiome and contain anti-cancer properties.

7. BROCCOLI SPROUTS
Broccoli Sprouts are one of the most powerful anti-cancer products on the plante.  In fact John Hopkins University tried to patent the growing and use of brocolli sprouts because of their rich sulforaphane content, an antioxidant that decreases inflammation by reducing bloodborne levels of cytokines and other agents that trigger bodywide inflammation. I

8. BELL PEPPERS
Bell peppers are also not good if you have osteoarthritis because they contain solanine, which is toxic and has fungicidal and pesticidal properties, and it is one of the plant’s natural defenses.  They contain great amount of vitamin C and  red pepers in particular, like tomatoes are a great source of lycopene.

9. SWEET POTATOES
Sweet potatoes contain a group of anti-inflammatory carotenoids that pull down inflammation in the body and also are filled with an excellent source of fiber for the gut microbiome. Sweet potatoes also help to support the brain and immune system.

10. ONIONS
Onions are AMAZING containing over over 25 different antioxidants and are one of the best sources of the superpowerful antioxidant quercetin. No wonder my grandmother lived until almost 100.


11. GRAPES
Although should be eaten in moderation due to their high sugar content are high in anthocyanins, which reduce inflammation by scavenging free radicals. They also contain resveratrol, a powerful antioxidant and trigger the release of adiponectin, a hormone that influences metabolism, so they may be beneficial for weight loss.

12. APPLES
Well you know the saying and it’s true.  High in the gut feeding fiber pectin, anti-inflammatory compound quercetin and a wonderful crunch try to put these in your diet daily especially during the colder months.

13. CHERRIES
Cherries can also improve exercise recover time, support cardiovascular health, and enhance sleep quality.   The darker the better for these guys!

14. ORANGES
Contain flavonoids such as hesperidin and naringenin which support healthy blood vessels.

15. WATERMELONS
Watermelons are super high in sugar and not recommended for daily consumption but on at hot are excellent for hydration. After all, it’s 92% water! In addition, watermellons are high in vitamins A and C and it contains 40% more lycopene than tomatoes.


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16. PINEAPPLES
Pineapples contain the enzyme bromelain that breaks down proteins that may lead to inflammation in the body.  Researchers believe that the bromelain in pineapple may even lower cancer risk and  may have protective benefits for cardiovascular health.

17. AVOCADOS
Avocados are super high in potassium relaxing muscles and provide polyphenols that provide prebiotic nourishment for the gut microbiome.

18. COLLARD GREENS
Collard greens are a good source of two hallmark anti-inflammatory nutrients — vitamin K and omega-3 fatty acids (in the form of alpha-linoleic acid, or
ALA). In addition to these collards can raise the anti-inflammatory substance indole-3-carbinole (IC3).

19. SPINACH
Spinach eat it cooked because of it’s high oxalate content by boiling for one minute.  However, it’s a great source of anti-inflammatory nutrients like lutein.

And the final 10 on the list, which are all chockfull of anti-inflammatory compounds:

20. BLACK BEANS

21. LENTILS

22. CHICKPEAS

23. OATS

24. BUCKWHEAT

25. MILLET

26. WALNUTS

27. ALMONDS

28. BRAZIL NUTS

29. HEMP SEEDS



Special Smoothie Recipe:

Ingredients:

Instructions:

Juice the pineapple, ginger and turmeric and then add Dr. Rob’s Ultimate Flora Support to the mixture.  Place in the refrigerator and let sit overnight.  The specific probiotic bacteria will digest some, if not all of the sugar, in the mixture making a massively potent anti-inflammatory probiotic drink.


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