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  • Inflammatory Foods

    Foods that cause inflammation are refined carbohydrates, such as white bread and pastries. French fries and other fried foods. soda and other sugar-sweetened beverages. red meat (burgers, steaks) and processed meat (hot dogs, sausage)


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    <p><a href="">Sarah Holvik, Nutritionist</a>, discusses Why are Anti-Inflammatory Foods Important?</p>

    Sarah Holvik, Nutritionist, discusses Why are Anti-Inflammatory Foods Important?

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    <p><a href="">Sarah Holvik, Nutritionist</a>, discusses foods to eat for osteoporosis.</p>

    Sarah Holvik, Nutritionist, discusses foods to eat for osteoporosis.

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    <p><a href="">Sarah Holvik, Nutritionist,</a> discusses What are Anti-Inflammatory Foods?</p>

    Sarah Holvik, Nutritionist, discusses What are Anti-Inflammatory Foods?

  • Why Are Anti-Inflammatory Foods Important?

    We need foods with anti-inflammatory properties in our diet, because inflammation is a starting point for many different chronic diseases. These include cancer, heart disease, arthritis, diabetes and obesity. For example, people with arthritis can benefit from anti-inflammatory foods by experiencing decreased joint pain, increased mobility, increased flexibility in their joints, as well as decreased overall pain in their bodies. 


    Often seeing a local family physician for a referral to a Psychiatrist, psychologist or a councilor    in conjunction with a registered dietitian  is a great option to take control of this condition. Smart Food Now and exercise is also optominal for overall health.    

    If you have more questions, please contact your local doctor, or pharmacist, or registered dietitian. Presenter: Ms. Sarah Holvik, Nutritionist, Vancouver, BC

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  • What are good Foods for Arthritis

    Anti-inflammatory foods are foods with anti-inflammatory effects on the body and it’s because of the nutrients that they contain. So the vitamins and the minerals and the omega fats and the different phytochemicals that are in the fruits and vegetables that we eat. These all contribute to an anti-inflammatory effect on the overall body. Local Nutritionist 


    Some examples of foods with anti-inflammatory effects are the fruits and vegetables as I mentioned, which contain phytonutrients as well as the vitamins and minerals. And the rule of thumb there is that the brighter the color of the fruit or vegetable, the more anti-inflammatory it will actually be on the body. 

    Often seeing a local family physician or a registered dietitian and athletic therapist is a great option to take control of this condition. Physiotherapy and exercise is also optimal for overall health.  

    Nuts and seeds and whole grains also have very good anti-inflammatory effects on the body, and this is because of the fiber that they contain, but also the healthy fats that they contain. So the omega-3s as I mentioned have a very strong anti-inflammatory effect on the body. Local  Registered Dietician

    Another great anti-inflammatory food choice is fish. So the fattier fish, such as salmon and mackerel and tuna, these all contain high levels of omega-3 fatty acids, which have potent anti-inflammatory effects on the body. Local Rheumatologists

    If you don’t think you’re getting enough anti-inflammatory properties from the foods that you’re eating, you can look at many of the great supplements on the market today. Consult your local pharmacist or doctor or registered dietician if you need help with choosing some of these supplements. Local Rheumatologist 

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