Anyone have success with a purposeful "anti-inflammatory" diet?

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  1. E5RSY

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    Semi-spendy on the fish oil.

    The krill is spendy, but I think it's worth it with regard to performance/effect. And, yes, even if it was just equivalent to a good fish oil I would still buy it just for the mercury issue. The krill are at the bottom of the food chain, so it's almost, if not completely, nonexistent in them. Plus, it has Astaxanthin, and fish oil does not.

    This from a company here in Austin that makes some very high-quality supplements. Good info, and be sure to watch the video, too.

    https://www.onnit.com/krill-oil/

     
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    This turmeric use has always interested me. How do people introduce it into their diet on a regular daily basis?
     
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    Need to find the root cause = doctors, note I said plural, doctors: you are very likely gonna need to loop together several doctors.

    My eye doctor actually put my healthcare team on track to find the root cause of my inflammation. Which had gone untreated for almost 40 years.

    In my case it was a blood antigen.

    Foods can be event triggers, as in my case. I don't know if they can be root cause for generalized inflammation, like I said you need to get a team of specialist together.

    Hope you get this figured out quickly.
     
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    It works for me.
     
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    I changed my diet easily.
    the chocolate cookies are now on left side of the pc-keyboard. :lol:

    ok I'll get my coat.
     
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    I mix up a couple of ounces of palm juice with some powdered tuermeric, ginger cinnamin (about 1/2 teaspoon of each) some black pepper and flax seed every other morning and slam it down like it was college booze. The real question is does it do anything - I don't know- I can't really tell, I'm thinking it doesn't hurt
     
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    Vitamin Beef ftw
     
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    She takes it in pill form. We've had to experiment to find one that is high quality and effective. Not all are created equal it seems.
     
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    Do you mind sharing the brand name?
     
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    There is a doctor Bergman in California that is big on fighting things practically with food. He has a lot of video resources and lectures on YouTube. My parents are big fans, my dad has helped his arthritis quite a bit with some of the stuff. I’ll get more information for you, Tex.
     
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    Not at all. Gaia Herbs Turmeric Supreme, although she has been using Tumerich by Nature's Way for joint issues, as it has some other things in it. She noticed the difference with the Turmeric Supreme in pretty short order, at least in the overall sense of how her auto immune symptoms responded. I'll be interested to see what her inflammation markers look like after the next check in with the rheumatologist.
     
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    My better half also has an ongoing battle with auto-immune issues. She hasn't been able to work for the last 4 years, it's pretty debilitating. Some days she cannot get out of bed. Kinda the reason why my GAS budget is round about $0.00 these days.

    Turmeric is something we haven't tried yet, so we'll give that a go.

    I've also heard that broccoli is good for joints, but I can't figure that out:
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    I suggest seeing naturopathic doctor. Both my wife and I have and they have done wonders for us (different conditions). My wife is on a keto diet and her arthritis has gone away. My conditions have been greatly lessened. All without dangerous drugs. My traditional medicine specialist suggested drugs or surgery as my only option. With the naturopath it appears I may be able to control my disease.
     
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    Listen to what I am about to say: I don’t like trolls at all. I simply offered a point of view, and you come in waddling...keep your two cents to yourself when you don’t even know what you’re talking about!
     
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    It's not a diet or food stuff, but if was my body .... Colloidal Silver.

    Had a client (many years ago) who was severely allergic to some metals. She couldn't hold a key or turn a metal doorknob without a bad reaction. All her keys had plastic coated handles. I started her on colloidal silver, slowly incrementing small doses (she would react to a normal dose). After 3 to 4 weeks this problem resolved/improved greatly. Don't know exactly what the condition was, or why colloidal silver helped: but it did.
     
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