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Anti-inflammatory foods on a white wooden surface: ginger root, eggs, broccoli, nuts, berries, avocado, oranges, spinach, and beans

Printable List of Anti-Inflammatory Foods (FREE PDF)

Discover the top anti-inflammatory foods by category so you can start incorporating them into your diet today! You’ll also learn the symptoms and causes of inflammation, foods to avoid that contribute to inflammation, and tips + recipes for following an anti-inflammatory diet. This is your ultimate guide to reducing inflammation with a FREE anti-inflammatory foods list PDF that you can print off and refer to daily!

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Tisane Tea

Tisane tea is made from blends of herbs, flowers, roots, and stems of various plants. Tisanes are naturally caffeine-free, and full of nutrients to support health and longevity. Discover 6 types of tisanes and the unique benefits that each provides!

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Lemon Ginger Turmeric Shots

These lemon ginger turmeric shots are packed with nutrients to boost immunity, fight inflammation, and improve digestion with only 5 calories per serving! They come together in under 10 minutes and can be enjoyed fresh or frozen into cubes.

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Fruit tea in clear mug with strawberries, blueberries, and lemon

Fruit Tea Benefits: Top 7 Fruit Teas to Try

Fruit teas have numerous health benefits, primarily related to the antioxidants in the fruit, herbs, and plants used to make the fruit teas. Based on the types of fruit and other herbs/plants used to make fruit tea, some of the most common fruit tea benefits include reducing inflammation, promoting sleep and relaxation, alleviating bloating and digestive discomfort, and slowing cognitive decline. Discover 7 common fruit tea blends and the primary benefits they provide!

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Pumpkin Pie Protein Shake

This shake tastes just like pumpkin pie and is good for you too! It’s packed with protein, fiber, and healthy fats to keep you fueled, plus full of your favorite fall flavors with rich notes of pumpkin spice and maple.

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