LESSON #19 -7 Keto Anti Inflammatory Foods – Ketogenic Foods That Heal Inflammation

 There’s several ways to follow a keto diet; not all will help you reduce inflammation in the joints, the gut, and the body overall. In this video, I outlined specific ingredients that cure inflammation in the body. Make sure you check out the notes below.

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00:34 The role inflammation plays in disease and symptoms
02:10 The role hormones play with our keto results

03:00 Food Number 1: Bone Broth. Healthy animal bones are rich in valuable vitamins and minerals like calcium, phosphorous and magnesium, and when consumed in stock form are easily recognized and absorbed by the body. Bone broth also contains collagen, the base material of our cells which is integral to cellular regeneration and healing. Drinking the broth can improve the appearance of your skin and can even reduce cellulite!

04:22 Food Number 2: Fermented Vegetables. A type of bacteria called Bacteroides is one of the most important and abundant bacteria in the colon. It is acquired at birth and is not present in any probiotic on the market because it cannot survive outside the gut in the presence of oxygen. Eating fermented foods supplies trillions of bacteria to impact our gut health and more yet-to-be discovered bacteria that could be the most miraculous of all for healing. Eat these: (kimchi, sauerkraut, pickles, raw cheese, miso, tempeh, natto)

04:53 The dangers of probiotics

05:50 Number 3: Coconut Oil. Coconut oil is linked to improved thyroid function, increased metabolism (resulting in weight-loss), increased immunity, and better heart health. It’s also anti-bacterial, anti-microbial, anti-fungal, and chock full of brain charging saturated fat.

07:30 The relationship between the cell membrane and our genes

08:50 Number 4: Organic Shade Grown Coffee. Coffee is a wonderful health food, used medicinally for thousands of years as a drink and as an enema to cleanse the colon. It is loaded with free radical fighting antioxidants and brain-stimulating caffeine, and its benefits outweigh the risks. However, coffee is only beneficial to the body if the right type is consumed in the right way. This is a BIG if!

12:23 Number 5: Green Leafy Vegetables.

12:45 The importance of micronutrients on the ketogenic diet. Green leafy vegetables are rich in antioxidants that restore cellular health, as well as anti-inflammatory flavonoids.These are extremely high in the antioxidants vitamin A and C, as well as vitamin K, which can protect your brain against oxidative stress caused by free radical damage. Eat 7-10 cups per day.

14:18 Number 6: Blueberries
15:00 The best way to eat your blueberries
16:36 Number 7: Wild Caught Salmon