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By Elli Jarosz

I have discovered that the very best type of diet for many people to adopt to make sure optimal well being and healing is an anti-inflammation diet plan.

I learned this diet from my mentor, Dr. Dickson Thom, who teaches at the National College of Naturopathic Medicine (NCNM), wherever I received my medical degree.

Apart from Alaskan Eskimos, Southern Europeans also take pride in having a reduced rate of diseases that are common for Westerners. These disease-free South Europeans mainly include French, Greeks and Italians. As a matter of fact, one anti inflammation diet is named Mediterranean. Anti-inflammation diets vary in several countries. Meaning, each country offers its own unique composition of the diet but despite the differences, all the diets still promotes more green vegetables, nuts, fish, eggs, white and red meat in the diet.

Research shows ginger is effective in helping - hypoglycaemia, cholesterol problems, and has anti-inflammatory properties. It helps to increases peristalsis and the secretion of bile and gastric juices.

Ginger been used for centuries in TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) with much success. It is very effective in removing excess moisture in the body - such as catarrh and phlegm. In its more recent history ginger has been sold in capsule form - found in most health store.

It can also be used externally, for spasmodic pain, rheumatism, lumbago, menstrual cramps, bruises, and sprains. In aromatherapy (external use only) ginger is used to warm the body and the mind, helping to relief pain and inflammation.

The anti-inflammation diet plan that's presented in this post may be the most extreme form from the diet. Even partially adopting the diet will promote numerous positive modifications in well being.

For instance, eliminating all white flour, all white sugar, and nonorganic meats while still eating whole wheat, molasses, and organic meats will improve health.

Whenever your body is injured, its natural response is inflammation. The inflammation response is what gives you pain.

Here is a recipe of that wonderful aromatic tea called chai traditionally drank in India, Nepal etc. Place three mugs full of water or 50:50 water and milk (organic soy milk, or rice milk) into a pan.

Add a few crushed cardamom pods, whole cloves, cinnamon bark or powdered, and a few slices of fresh ginger. Bring to the boil gradually, simmer for a short while, then remove from the heat and add green tea, allow it to steep for 5 to 10 minutes. Do not sweeten, however if you need to add a little honey or stevia.

It is very important to understand that ginger will not help everyone, for some it could make it worse. Ginger is a heating herb and if you have a 'hot' condition (not everyone does), ginger could make things worse.

An additional point to remember is that not everyone will react negatively to all the foods listed on this diet plan as "foods to avoid." Following,strictly following the anti-inflammation diet for a particular length of time,reintroducing some of the foods might be acceptable, and if no adverse,re actions are observed during reintroduction, that particular food may,be tolerated (nevertheless it still shouldn't be consumed everyday).

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