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Anti-Inflammatory Foods List PDF: Free Download

Eating an anti-inflammatory diet is one of the best things you can do to support healthy aging!

Inflammation is the root cause of many chronic diseases.

By eating a variety of anti-inflammatory foods, you can help to reduce inflammation and protect your health.

Whether you’re looking to prevent chronic disease or simply improve your overall health, our PDF is a great place to start!

People eating healthy foods out of bowls
An anti-inflammatory diet supports healthy aging!

Inflammation Explained

Inflammation is your body’s way of protecting itself from injury or infection. It may cause pain, swelling, redness, and bruising.

Acute inflammation is a short-term response that helps your body heal. It usually goes away on its own within a few days or weeks.

On the other hand, chronic inflammation is a long-term response that can damage your tissues and organs.

Unhealthy Foods & Inflammation

Highly processed, unhealthy foods can change the type and number of bacteria in our gut.

This can lead to a different immune response, which over time may cause chronic inflammation.

Chronic inflammation has been linked to chronic diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, and dementia.

To further prevent your risk of chronic disease, check out this “10 Aging Biomarkers Checklist“.

Several unhealthy foods; candy, cookies, fast food, soda, etc.
A diet high in processed foods can contribute to inflammation.

Anti-Inflammatory Foods

The foods below are powerful allies in the fight against chronic disease.

  • Leafy greens (spinach, kale, romaine, cabbage)
  • Fruits (strawberries, blueberries, oranges, cherries)
  • Fatty fish (salmon, mackerel, tuna, sardines)
  • Vegetables (tomatoes, broccoli, peppers, mushrooms, avocados)
  • Nuts and seeds (almonds, pecans, sunflower seeds)
  • Extra virgin olive oil
Several anti-inflammatory foods; fruits, vegetables, salmon, olive oil,
Anti-Inflammatory Foods

Download Your Anti-Inflammatory Foods List PDF

Ready to kickstart your journey towards a healthier you?

Download our Anti-Inflammatory Foods List below and discover a wide array of nutrient-packed, inflammation-fighting foods!

Do you need some anti-inflammatory meal ideas? Check out our Anti-Inflammatory Diet Meal Plan (Printable PDF).

How to Use the PDF

We designed our Anti-Inflammatory Foods List to be easy to use and reference.

Below are a few suggestions on how to use this list:

  • Print it out to keep in your kitchen or carry it with you.
  • Save it on your mobile device for quick access while grocery shopping or meal planning.
  • Share it with friends and family who are interested in adopting an anti-inflammatory diet.
Woman grocery shopping with a list and pen in hand
Grocery shop with your anti-inflammatory foods list!

You can grab another one of our helpful resources. Check out A Comprehensive List of High Fiber Foods.

My Expert Opinion on Anti-Inflammatory Foods

Taking steps to incorporate anti-inflammatory foods into your diet can support healthy aging and reduce your risk of age-related diseases.

Download our Anti-Inflammatory Foods List PDF to arm yourself with the foods you need to fight inflammation!

A plate of food including salmon, brown rice, vegetables and apple slices.
Embrace anti-inflammatory foods!

More on Anti-Inflammatory Eating

Do you need more in-depth education and resources on anti-inflammatory eating?

Download our Anti-Inflammatory Eating Guide (see below):

Anti-Inflammatory Eating Guide for purchase; includes anti-inflammatory lists, anti-inflammatory grocery list

Packed with insightful knowledge and practical tips, this guide is your roadmap to reducing inflammation, promoting healing, and revitalizing your health from within.

This comprehensive digital download includes education, anti-inflammatory food lists, a grocery list, tips on dining out, a meal plan, and more!

Download your copy today!


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