Yes, there are many, some of which include fats rich in Omega 3’s. Foods rich in Omega 3’s include fish found in cold water, walnuts, flax seeds, canola oil and pumpkin seeds. Olive oil also has been shown to reduce inflammation, pain, and risk of cardiovascular disease. Non-red meat sources of protein have also shown anti-inflammatory properties, this includes tofu, milk, cheese, fish, nuts and legumes. Lastly, carbohydrates from whole grains, vegetables and fruits also have anti-inflammatory effects.
Yes, vitamin C is effective as an antiinflammatory for the body. Along with this vitamin, tried and true are sleep, the consumption of water, and proper diet and exercise. You cannot go wrong with this combination, it will keep your body supple and healthy.
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