Foods to Avoid if You Want to Be Healthy

I recently had the honor of sitting down with Dr. Josh Axe.  We discussed the best and the worst foods for inflammation and fighting autoimmune problems including the top 10 anti-inflammatory foods and the top 6 foods to avoid.  Enjoy!

Top 6 Foods and Chemicals to Avoid

  1. Grains – these hard to digest, highly inflammatory foods contain a number  of detrimental components to include – gluten, molds, mycotoxins, heavy metals, pesticides, and anti digestive proteins.
  2. Corn – often times referred to as a gluten free grain, corn is one of the most toxic on the list.  The gluten in corn, zein, has been shown to cause inflammation.  Additionally, corn contains mold toxins, heavy metal and pesticides.  Much of the corn grown is also genetically modified.  To date, no great studies have been done to evaluate the long term safety of GMO based foods.  For a list of hidden corn items, click here <<==
  3. Glyphosate – This commonly used pesticide is sprayed aggressively on grains before harvest.  This chemical has been linked to leaky gut, disruption of the microbiome, disruption to the production of a number of neurotransmitters and hormones (serotonin and thyroid).  You can listen to a special interview on glyphosate to learn more about the dangers of this toxic compound.
  4. Sugar – This processed food additive has a long track record linking it to cancer, heart disease, diabetes, obesity, bone loss, dental cavities, mood disorders, and much more.
  5. Hydrogenated Oils – These artificially created fats are made by heating up corn and soy using a heavy metal catalyst.  Hydrogenated fats have been linked to inflammation and increasing the risk for heart disease.  For a full break down on fat, watch this video.
  6. Dairy – Highly processed with added hormones and enzymes, dairy can mimic gluten.  Dairy is also known to elevate blood sugar and increase the risk for diabetes.  For more information on dairy detriment, read and listen to this interview with Dr. Osborne.

Top 10 Anti-Inflammatory Foods

Dr. Osborne and Dr. Axe tackle the following list of potent “super” foods that can help control inflammation while nourishing the body.

  1. Turmeric
  2. Salmon
  3. Bone Broth
  4. Green Leafy Vegetables
  5. Ginger
  6. Berries
  7. Beets
  8. Asparagus
  9. Grass-fed beef
  10. Fermented Vegetables

Gluten Free Warrior Commentary

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9 responses on “Top 10 Anti-Inflammatory Foods

  1. Charles says:

    Charles Holder
    Orange Texas.

  2. Mary coleman says:

    Awesome video on foods to avoid and foods to eat to reduce inflammation. would be helpful to have advice on by pylori in the gut and how to irradicate naturally. thanks appreciate greatly your expert advice and I will be purchasing your book no grains no pains.

  3. Mary coleman says:

    Hy pylori** correction.

  4. Mary coleman says:

    Awesome video on foods to avoid and foods to eat to reduce inflammation. would be helpful to have advice on Hy pylori in the gut and how to irradicate naturally. thanks appreciate greatly your expert advice and I will be purchasing your book no grains no pains.

  5. Mary coleman says:

    made minor correction so remove first postthankyou

  6. Dannie Robinet says:

    Super informative! Love seeing you two collaborate. Each of you individually are a wealth of information. Glad you’re getting your valuable information out there. We can all benefit from this.

  7. Sarah C says:

    Thank you so much!! I love watching your videos and learning how to heal my gut!! I’ve been seeing doctors and specialists for a long time and the only thing they can tell me is I have IBS. So for 10 years I’ve been battling leaky gut and stomach/digestive issues and tried many different diets and medications but NOTHING is working!! I’ve been gluten free for three years but now after watching your video I am GRAIN free and dairy free and I am already noticing a change! Can’t wait to read your book and hear more from you!!! Thank you thank you!!!

  8. Sylvia says:

    How to cure IC inflammation

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