Fighting Inflammation with Food

Dr. Moises Lustgarten, Pain Medicine Physician with Baptist Health South Florida, says people need to eat fresh fruits and vegetables of all sorts, small amount of nuts, olive oil, fish and limited amount of chicken or meat. "I always encourage to eat grass-fed type of meats, when they don't. What they're eating are these cows that have been grown in an environment where they're overfed for a couple of days before they're sacrificed to be eaten."

He also recommends avoiding eating fast-food, sodas, fried foods, refined carbs, because all the processed foods go through a process that requires a lot of chemicals, hormones, and biochemical substances to make it look that way and none of these are natural.

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