The 4 Best Ways To Reduce Inflammation & Pain (Clinically Proven)


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The 4 Best Ways To Reduce Inflammation & Pain (Clinically Proven)
This is part 3 in my inflammation and pain reduction video series.
Part 1 I discussed how the #1 cause of aging, pain and most diseases and illnesses is inflammation. Something that’s affected by life-style and more so, the negative changes in your hormones due to aging!
Part 2, I revealed the top 3 causes of inflammation.
And today, I’ll give you the 4 best ways to reduce inflammation.
If you haven’t seen the other 2 videos, I’ve got the direct links to the below, in the description area. You can see them first and then come back to this. Or, make sure to watch them after this video.
As stated in part 2, food plays a huge role with inflammation. Foods you should NOT eat, which I discussed in part 2 – is just as important as the foods you SHOULD eat, which are:
Vegetables: Steamed Broccoli, kale, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, etc.
Fruit: Especially deeply colored berries like grapes and cherries (NO juice)
High-fat fruits: Avocados and olives
Healthy fats: Olive, Macadamia nut, coconut and fish oil
Fatty fish: Salmon, sardines, herring, mackerel, and anchovies
Nuts: Almonds, walnuts and macadamia nuts
Peppers: Bell peppers and chili peppers (remove the skin and seeds)
Spices: Turmeric, ginger, fenugreek, cinnamon, etc. More on this in a minute
Tea: Green tea
Basically, you want a higher fat diet, natural carbs and protein coming from seafood.
I told you what forms of exercise to avoid, reduce or cycle in part one. As far as the best exercises.
Aerobic – I think brisk walking, outside is the best. Also using a rebounder is great, especially if you don’t feel like going outside for whatever reason.
Anaerobic – I personally believe resistance exercise is the best form. And when you lift weights, there is inflammation and that helps with muscle growth. However, the secret is to make sure you cycle your workouts.
Don’t go heavy and intense all the time. Do higher rep and lower volume workouts too. Make sure you also take off 2-3x weekly to reduce inflammatory factors back down to baseline.
And take anti-inflammatory supplements after your workouts. This will help speed up recovery and muscle growth as well. I’ve put links below this video for more details about this.
Stress Management
Stress can’t be fully avoided, but it can be managed.
Stop interacting with negative things – this includes things like the news, people and situations. At the very least, reduce these negative stressors.
Instead, surround yourself with more positive people, watch funny shows and movies, consume more self-help, self-improving information.
Trust me, you have more control over this than you think.

Just this past year I’ve gotten rid of 2 long-term friends that were just too negative and toxic to be in my life. And I feel great about it. I haven’t missed out on anything.
And remember, sleep is key.
Go to bed earlier
Stop looking at your phone, tv and similar bright objects 30 minutes before bed. At least, dim things.
Make sure your room is dark and quiet. I wear eye shades and ear plugs and it’s made a huge improvement in my sleep.

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