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Diet to Fight Inflammation also:Anyone on Dr. Oz's diet?

Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Ok every one, do you have a diet that fights inflammation?
What works, what doesn't
Is anyone on the Dr. Oz diet that he recently revealed? I want to know how you are doing, as I am going to start soon.
Have a good day, I look forward to your replies.
Dee
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LISASGONNADOIT 1/16/2014 10:44AM

    I try to stay away from gluten, processed foods and sodium! When I eat them, my osteoarthritis in my knees flares!

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MOMMA_BEAR_69 1/15/2014 10:10PM

    I am mostly watching what I eat and practicing portion control. As a diabetic and dealing with chronic kidney disease, I also have to limit my carbs and protein. However I also deal with Celiac Disease so I can have nothing (not even medication) with gluten of any type. It does make for some strange eating at times, but portion control works for me. For breakfast for example...since I can't have toast, I use rice cakes instead of bread. Today I had a glass of skim milk and an apple with Jiff Extra Chunky Peanut Butter....YUMMY!!!

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GARDENQE2 1/15/2014 4:57PM

    I have been following Dr Andrew Weil's suggestions for years. Any commercial baked or fried food gives me problems. (My own radical thought is that they contain used motor oil.)

I started intermittant fasting in July. I began with Dr Johnson's up day down day diet and sort of combined it with the 5/2 diet and Dr Krista Varady's plan.
My son, bless him, did most of the online research!
So now I eat 500 calories on Monday, Wednesday, and sometimes Friday, and a normal diet the remaining four or five days a week.

I have lost some weight, but the real thrill is that all pain in my joints is gone!

I have had a seemingly incurable sinus infection since 2009, the doctors telling me it's "just allergies and I'm going to have to learn to live with it." This has improved so much that I can actually smell and taste again, and breathe through my nose. I have hopes that this way of eating will eventually completely cure the sinus problem.

I don't know what sort of inflammation you have, but intermittant fasting has helped me a lot, and it's not complicated!

Best wishes!

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MRSBENNETT2 1/15/2014 4:11PM

    Eliminating wheat/wheat products worked for me. I have a problem with wheat anyway (gives my digestive system grief) so I already have an incentive to stay away. But it's hard! Wheat is everywhere, even places you wouldn't expect.

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