The inflammation is also aggravated by casein and gluten. Casein produces the uric acid, which in excessive levels leads to joint inflammation.
This condition is also known as gout. People with gluten sensitivity are also prone to gout. The Journal Nutrition Biochemistry published a study in 2013, which showed that foods without gluten reduce inflammation, adiposity, and insulin resistance.
Corn oil is high in omega 6 acids, which are dangerous to our health. A study published in the Journal of Nutrition and Metabolism showed that these acids lead to inflammation.
Therefore, avoid soy, peanuts, salad dressings, grape seed and safflower oil. You should not remove omega 5 acids completely from your diet but always eat them, moderately.
The table salt is high in additives and chemicals that impair the fluid balance in the body. To prevent the loss of calcium which is needed for the bones, avoid this salt. Junk foods are also rich in salt, and instead, eat it in reduced amounts, or replace it with Himalayan pink salt or sea salt.
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