The battle with chronic inflammation may seem futile from the get go. But worry not.

The results will come soon provided you take the right action.

Perhaps the most important and EASIEST thing you can do is to consume between three to five servings of potent anti-inflammatory foods daily.

You’re about to read all about their amazing benefits in the next couple of minutes.

And trust me when I tell you that they will work wonders for your overall health.

A dear friend of mine followed my advice and he experienced some highly remarkable results.


  • Boosted his immunity levels.
  • Purged toxic substances out of his system.
  • Increased his stamina – his energy levels went through the roof.
  • Diminished his anxiety and stress levels.

He used to have splitting headaches and now they are all gone. Consuming these foods enabled him to eliminate the root cause of the constant pain that was tormenting him.

So if you too want to experience these benefits first hand, then you should definitely add the following TOP 7 Anti-Inflammatory Foods into your daily diet:

  1. Herbs and spices

Even before modern medicine, our ancestors were well aware of the healthy benefits of adding herbs and spices to strengthen the body.

They would mix them in potions and add them to meals and drinks to heal different ailments.

Harness nature’s power in your own kitchen and you’ll be bewildered by the results!

I strongly recommend adding the following to dishes, smoothies or drinks:

  • Turmeric
  • curry powder (which contains turmeric)
  • ginger and garlic (dried and fresh)
  • chili peppers
  • basil
  • cinnamon
  • rosemary
  • thyme

I recommend you to add at least 1 or 2 teaspoons of spice to your dishes or smoothies daily.

  1. Cooked Asian Mushrooms

This type of food is not only delicious and nutritious but possesses many healing properties.

From eradicating a stubborn fungal infection to improving the function of every cell and organ in your body – Asian mushrooms are a must.

You should eat the following as often as you can:

  • Shiitake
  • Enokitake
  • Maitake
  • oyster mushrooms
  • wild mushrooms (if available)

Remember to never eat raw mushrooms and try to minimize consumption of common commercial button mushrooms (including cremini and Portobello).

  1. Blueberries

Do you have a sweet tooth?

The simplest way to curb your “bad food addiction” is to choose the nature’s sweets: the blueberries.

They are delicious; and the best part is that they contain a strong anti-inflammatory substance called quercetin.

But due to its strong antioxidant properties, you can also see improvements in your:

  • Memory
  • Cognitive abilities
  • Motor functions
  1. Pineapple

This fruit contains bromelain, a digestive enzyme that can:

  • Increase your immunity.
  • Improve your heart health.

Not only that but it has rich supplies of Vitamin C, B1, Potassium, Manganese, and other special antioxidants that help prevent all kinds of diseases from developing.

  1. Apples

“An apple a day, keeps inflammation away.”

This high fiber food fuels your gut to function better.

By having a healthier digestion, you eliminate a lot of toxins in your body that put a strain on your organs.

You should know that it’s best to eat them unpeeled. That’s because Apple peel contains pectin, a natural fruit fiber that:

  • supports the growth of the beneficial bacteria Bifidobacteria and Lactobacillus
  • boosts your endurance to diseases
  • supports a healthy bowel movement
  1. Coconut oil

This oil is perfect when cooking anti-inflammatory foods.

Not only that, but a study in India showed that due to its high levels of antioxidants, virgin coconut oil can:

  • Treats UTI, kidney Infection, and protects the liver.
  • Heal arthritis and reduce joint pain.
  • Prevent heart disease and high blood pressure.
  • Support the body’s natural hormone production.
  1. Bone broth

This is another underestimated super food because it contains minerals like Calcium, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Silicon, Sulphur, etc. in a form that your body can easily absorb.

When my patients suffer from leaky gut syndrome, I urge them to consume a lot of bone broth.

The collagen and the amino acids (proline and glycine) it contains, helps heal leaky gut and the damaged cell walls of the inflamed gut.

Therefore, if you want to say goodbye to damaging inflammation then you should integrate these foods into your main meals or as snacks.

If you are allergic to any of the foods presented above, avoid them.