The most important thing you can do to prevent premature aging is the control of inflammation.
Inflammation is the body’s effort to heal itself. But excess causes disease.
In fact, most of the diseases associated with aging are essentially inflammatory diseases. These include cancer, heart disease, arthritis, arteriosclerosis, Alzheimer’s disease and diabetes.
And the truth is that we are all swollen thanks to a modern diet that includes inflammation of using ingredients such as sugar, cheap vegetable oils and refined carbohydrates.
Most doctors are not educated on the role of nutrition in disease. And often recommend fashionable phrase bland eating a “balanced diet”. But that’s usually just a scrap balance, such as breads, cereals and other processed foods.
These foods cause inflammation relentless in our bodies because we were not designed to eat.
Our early ancestors had food allergies. And they had almost no chronic disease speak. This is because they ate a diet of natural healing that includes wild-caught fish, lean meats, poultry, edible sea plants, nuts and berries.
You can do the same.
Today, I’ll show you how my colleague Dr. Keith Scott-Mumby, PhD, author of the bestselling book Diet Wise has he developed a personalized system to help escape the harmful inflammation is our modern diet.
The secret of using food to control their genetic future
I am delighted that Dr. Scott-Mumby the Anti-aging October joins me on my Palm Beach Summit 8-9 . It is at the forefront of a booming field of anti-aging research called nutrigenomics diet. This means that what we eat is capable of “good” genes in the genes and “bad” switching off.
This has given us a lot of new ideas on using food to control health and aging. And he has helped Dr. Scott-Mumby find an effect of “hidden allergy” that underlies many serious diseases.
In summary, good nutrition is not only about what is lacking in your diet. It also tries to remove foods that are causing damage. No two people are alike. What’s good for one person can make another seriously ill.
At the summit, Dr. Scott-Mumby the reveal how to create an individualized meal plan that is unique to you.
If you follow their advice, you figure out what foods agree with you and which cause a dangerous inflammatory reaction.
Eating more of the former and less of the latter and you start to look and feel younger and feel sharper mentally within weeks. The results of his patients have seen are amazing.
simply no getting around the fact that to feel better and live a long life you need to address the issue of the inflammation caused by food.
Bali extinguished ancient root inflammation
A great way to start today is one of my favorite foods anti-inflammatory -. Turmeric root
Here’s how to take it:
- Usually as turmeric root because it is delicious in stir-fry. But you can also get the ground root in powder form. Just make sure it is pure turmeric and curry not most.
- If you can not get fresh turmeric or ground, look for a supplement “curcumin” – which is the main component of turmeric beneficial. Look for at least 90% or more curcuminoids, which is the formula you use.
Please note that food is not going to solve all problems. But they are the easiest and best place to start, as it requires no medical training to eat.
All you need is a little knowledge of what is inflammatory, and some applications. Then, once you know what to do, will the decision at any time.
And if you want to learn how to find your personal anti-inflammatory diet Dr. Keith Scott-Mumby first hand, there are still a handful of tickets available to my Palm Beach Summit Anti-Aging.
You can reserve your place by click here .
hope to see you there.
To your good health,
Al Sears, MD, CNS
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