Fighting Body Inflammation with Foods #AMCoffee

July 15 โ€“ Foods That Fight Inflammation
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Our society has been overmedicated for sure. They are running ads on TV, printed magazines with the medication options that produce a myriad of side effects including death. The question is, Why are they even considering putting these medications on the market? The answer is only one: Huge Profits.

We already know that many diseases have their roots in the bodily inflammation. This awesome video tells us what’s happening in our bodies when inflammation sets on and what are the effects of inflammation on the entire body.

Obviously you gotta be going to the doctor’s and discussing all the medical issues with her. However, modifying your lifestyle, your food cold really bring noticeable changes into our lives.

Food is thy medicine the ancient Greeks spoke the truth. Let’s remind ourselves through this quick #AMCoffee discussion what are those foods our of many that actually reduce inflammation in our bodies, thus bringing relief and healthy changes to our entire systems!

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  1. CoffeeTime says:

    AM COFFEE – Sign In! HELLO, Everyone!

    What are the Super Foods you are eating daily?

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    • Virginia Rogers says:

      Good Morning all, not really super foods right now, can only drink water and ginger-ale because of stomach, and am on a low potassium, high sodium diet at moment per doctor as my kidneys not processing potassium as should. ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Jennifer Hiles says:

      Good Morning ladies, I’m not sure what or if I am eating any superfoods. I’m sure this discussion will clue me in though!

    • Judy Gregory says:

      Good morning. Right now, I’m grabbing a handful of blueberries off the bush every time I walk out the front door. ๐Ÿ™‚

      • CoffeeTime says:

        Judy,
        Lucky one!
        I wish I could do this!
        I remember growing up in the country and doing the same thing – grabbing a handful of berries of all kinds off the bush. That is something I cherish forever!

    • Raye Wiedner says:

      Good morning all! Right now my favorite superfoods are all the fruits and veggies and berries the local farmers are selling. I have a lot of mulberries in the freezer (our tree was loaded this year!!) and I’m adding blackberries too, they’re ripe now and I can’t believe how full the bushes are!

    • wendy c g says:

      Good morning

    • wendy c g says:

      Blueberries

    • Jessica Parent says:

      Good afternoon -None daily-my diet needs serious help ๐Ÿ˜‰

    • Rebecca Swenor says:

      Hello to all. I ate blueberry pie does that count? lol

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  3. CoffeeTime says:

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    Extra Virgin Olive Oil
    Always buy EXTRA Virgin, not just Virgin Olive Oil. It has the most valuable extraction from olives.
    The valuable chemical Oleocanthol inside the oil interferes wtih the 2 enzymes that are involved with inflammation, COX-1 and COX-2.

    In 2005 study in the journal Nature found that Oleocanthol inhibits inflammation in a way that’s identical to the painkiller ibuprofen.

  4. CoffeeTime says:

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    Red Wine
    Resveratrol in red vine has a huge anti-inflammatory and anti-cancerous properties.

    The presence of this compound may help explain the so-called “French Paradox.” The studied french subjects consumed high amounts of saturated fat, yet their arteries remained healthy.

    • Virginia Rogers says:

      Never cared for white wine, used to like on occasion red wine but been long time now since drank any. Great information to know though. Thank you ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Judy Gregory says:

      Um,,,,, I worked in the “health food” industry for 20 years. My info is red grape juice contains all the same goodies as red wine. Sorry, but I’m anti alcohol. Even so, red grape juice is a lot cheaper.

      • CoffeeTime says:

        Hi Judy,
        FYI: None of the Red Grape juices that are in the regular store market are of significant value. They are loaded with added sugars and corn syrup.
        The only truly amazing supplement I found is from the Mascodine Grapes (grown in Georgia) that are considered the top in their anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant power.
        As far as red grape juice goes, it’s a beverage that does not bring significant health benefits, and we gotta watch for any additives in it, too.

    • Jennifer Hiles says:

      Boy, I need to start drinking I guess. ๐Ÿ™‚

    • wendy c g says:

      I love moscato

    • Raye Wiedner says:

      Since I’m a wine lover, and my kids tease me about it, I’ll just point them to this info lol.

    • Rebecca Swenor says:

      That is funny cause I used to drink white wines and since I am older I switched to red wines. ๐Ÿ™‚ This is good to know .

  5. CoffeeTime says:

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    Tea
    Teas such as Green tea, White tea. Oolong have been found to contain antioxidant compound that reduce artery plaque and inflammation!

    Tea also has been linked to reduced risks of heart disease, diabetes, and cancer.

    • Virginia Rogers says:

      Have heard this about tea, used to love hot or cold, now finding cannot drink been months now. Hoping one day with this new stomach medicine to be able to tolerate more again. ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Jennifer Hiles says:

      I really enjoy tea but I don’t drink enough of it. I’ll have to make it a point to drink more.

    • wendy c g says:

      I just bought a peach blooming tea yesterday. I can’t wait to try it.

    • Raye Wiedner says:

      I drink more coffee than anything else, but I’ve always loved tea, so I’m adding more of that in place of some of the coffee 24/7.

    • Rebecca Swenor says:

      I actually like drinking White tea more than green tea. Thanks for sharing.

  6. CoffeeTime says:

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    Grass-fed Beef
    If you consume beef that doesn’t specifically has a label that it was Grass Fed, then it means that cows were fed high-calorie diet of corn and grains. Both grains are rich of Omega-6 fatty acids that have been linked to inflammation.

    Grass-fed cows are leaner, their meat is rich in healthy compounds such as Omega-3 fatty acids and Vitamin E.

    • Virginia Rogers says:

      Although like have not eaten a lot, but you are really making me want to spend hours at store reading labels, there is so much I learn and did not know has got me very curious!!! ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Jennifer Hiles says:

      We get ours from a friend. I believe they are only grain fed.

    • Raye Wiedner says:

      We’ve cut most beef out of our diet, but will definitely try to make sure that the little bit we eat is grass fed.

    • Rebecca Swenor says:

      Not to far from here you can buy whole cows or halves etc. Interesting to know.

  7. CoffeeTime says:

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    Oily Fish
    Oily fish such as salmon, sardines, tuna fall into the category of foods that reduce bodily inflammation. All due to the Omega-4 DHA content.

    These fish have fillets that are covered with fish fat throughout the length of a fish and in the area around the gut.

    Have 1-2 servings per week to get benefits of these fish.

    • Virginia Rogers says:

      Tuna is the only one I do like and they do bring me I do eat at least once a week for lunch in a sandwich. Never knew the benefits although I know they would not bring if was not good for me ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Raye Wiedner says:

      We like tuna and salmon. I can’t take the sardines, but hubby loves them.

    • Jessica Parent says:

      Tuna is the only oily fish I like or consume ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Rebecca Swenor says:

      Interesting because I crave these fishes sometimes. I always say listen to your body.

  8. CoffeeTime says:

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    Cocoa
    Flavanols reside in Cocoa! This amazing substance reduces blood clotting and inflammation in the body.

    1-2 cups of cocoa per week can help reduce inflammation, particularly if it is made with skim or low-fat milk to keep down the drink’s content of saturated fats.

    FYI: trying to get cocoa in the form of candy will load you up on Saturated fats.

    • Virginia Rogers says:

      Wow I probably only do cocoa once a month or so due to lactose reasons although do enjoy and been while, never knew difference and benefits, will have to keep this in mind, I do not drink but do use in things they only bring me fat-free milk ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Raye Wiedner says:

      Love hearing this! I sometimes put cocoa in my coffee, that will be my new Friday night treat.

    • Rebecca Swenor says:

      The cocoa I love but don’t drink it to much so this is good to know.

  9. CoffeeTime says:

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    Red Grapes
    Red Grapes are exceptionally helpful and good for our bodies when it comes reducing inflammation. Remember red wine! The presence of Resveratrol in the grapes SKIN inhibits inflammation and may fight cancer.

    Eating red grapes with skins has the most beneficial effect, as whole foods add fiber and eliminate added sugar.

  10. CoffeeTime says:

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    Cranberries
    These berries are some of the most powerful antioxidants ever! Studies linked this berry consumption to lowering bad Cholesterol (LDL) and inhibiting cancerous tumors.

    As a side benefit, cranberries contain Tannins, substances that act as antibacterial agent to fight urinary tract and E. coli infections.

    • Virginia Rogers says:

      Have heard this about cranberries, my grandma used to drink lots of cranberry juice. I personally do not care for unless jellied canned at holidays, am guessing probably not as good for me. ๐Ÿ™‚

    • wendy c g says:

      I use dried cranberries in salads

    • Raye Wiedner says:

      I can only eat cranberries if they’re dried. I have to drink cranberry juice now and then, it’s really hard to find some without loads of sugars.

    • Rebecca Swenor says:

      I can eat cranberries in muffins but don’t like them otherwise.

  11. CoffeeTime says:

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    Walnuts
    It’s a great food for bodies and brain, too! the Omega-3 fatty acids, ALA, reduces inflammation!
    In 2004 study published in Journal of Nutrition, scientists found that people who are at least 2/3 ounces of walnuts and flaxseed daily had reduced levels of inflammatory markers (C-Reactive Protein, CRP).

    Eat nuts!

    • Virginia Rogers says:

      My favorite!!!!! Used to love, 3 years of dislocated jaw has made difficult, I tell my Dr. regularly these are one I really miss being able to eat!! ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Raye Wiedner says:

      I love grabbing a small handful of nuts to stave off hunger til the next meal.

    • Rebecca Swenor says:

      Walnuts I love to eat plain. I sometimes eat to many in one sitting sometimes though. My dad used to eat them plain all the time.

  12. CoffeeTime says:

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    Broccoli
    This cruciferous vegetable is a super veggie indeed!

    Beta-carotene, Vitamin B folate, Vitamin C, teh inflammation -fighting flavanoid Kaempferol. All these fight inflammation in our bodies.

    Broccoli also has Sulforaphane, which scientists say helps the body cleanse itself of cancer-causing compounds.

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