Group Forum: Anti-inflammatory diet?

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kate1959

Joined: Aug 11
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Posted: 14 Mar 2012, 06:23
I've just joined the anti-inflammatory diet but I can't find any information on it. Can someone please direct me on how to retrieve this info. I suffer from RA, on heavy meds and would like nothing better then to get down on them and become pain free. Or more better days then worse. I've lost 55 pounds so far but I need to lose more. Anyone that could help would be very much appreciated. Thanks.
Joathome

Joined: Apr 09
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Posted: 19 Feb 2015, 07:39
My library had several books under the subject Anti-inflammation Diet One was Stop Inflammation Now! by Richard M. Fleming,;
Anti-inflammatory eating made easy : nutrition plan and 75 recipes for a healthier body by Michelle Babb; The anti-inflammation diet
by Cannon, Christopher P.
Astra1547

Joined: Feb 16
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Posted: 04 Mar 2016, 03:09
@kate1959...Well done on your weight loss, that is brilliant! I find when I cut out milk, butter, eggs any dairy products, which I have done for a long while and I feel much better in myself. I don't know what this Anti-inflamatory is myself but, I'm going to find out about this too. I eat mostly fruit and vegetables, not keen on bread or crisp breads. I don't normally have wheat or corn as they play my stomach up (IBS) and Hiatus Hernia...I was diagnosed with Asthma 1953 and now have C.O.P.D. I have found that dairy products seem to way heavy on my chest and difficult to breath properly...I am 4.ft 10.inches in height and at 18 years old I weighed 18.stones (not sure what that is in lbs right now) Now I am 68 years old and weight is 12.stones 4.lbs I did go down to 9 1/2 stones once. And, about 3 years back I got down to 11.stone. It took me 2 years to get to 11.st from 14.stones. I find it harder to lose weight as I've got older and I would advise anyone who is dieting to get down to the weight they need too and stay there because it is so difficult when illnesses set in to stop you or make it hard to walk or exercise and painful...There was an upset in the family so, I comfort ate on wrong foods (dairy products mostly) which made me feel ill and breathless. Again. I hope this info is of some help to you. Again, congratulations on your weight loss and keep going, you've done really well...Astra!
Astra!
sunnypeg

Joined: Nov 17
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Posted: 16 Nov 2017, 07:19
Thanks for your post. I'm 66 and trying to decide if I have dairy intolerance. I've had breathing issues (air hunger but not asthma) for almost 10 years. I just started keto and am eating a lot of dairy right now. Time to experiment.




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