Popular Diets Part 3: The Anti-Inflammatory Diet

Popular Diets Part 3: The Anti-Inflammatory Diet


Hi everyone! It’s Dr. Nancy. I am super excited for today’s show because it’s part three
of my diet series. Yey! And the reason I am so excited is that because it’s my diet, I’m going to show you my diet, the one I eat and recommend
to all my clients. If you haven’t seen the
first two parts in this series that’s super okay. It’s more than okay. Each video in the series was designed
to be viewed independently and you can always go back
and watch them later. If you’re just signing on, this is Dr. Nancy. Hello to all of you. Please tell me where
you’re logging in from. I am watching, Rodney. Hey, Chris. Hello, Louise. Good to see you. I’m logging in from California. California. Okay. So, in part one of my
three-part series I covered the pros and the cons
of the Paleo diet. Who got a chance to watch that? Super interesting,
was one of my favorite shows. Paleo diet. I covered the pros and the cons
of eating a Paleo diet, an interesting diet plan that is loosely based
around eating foods similar to what might have been
eating during the Flintstones era. I mean the Paleolithic era which dates from approximately
2.5 million to 10,000 years ago. It’s called the Caveman diet. The Paleo diet includes – it includes eating meat
and fish and fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds, but it eliminates,
it excludes things like, I don’t know foods that emerged once farming and agriculture took
place about 10,000 years ago, including the beans and the legumes, the rice, the quinoa,
and the whole grains. Hi everyone! Keith said you lost me
at 2.5 million years ago. All right. Mammoth Lakes, Rodney. Is it cold up there?
Is there still snow? A number of randomized
clinical trials have, the Paleo diet showed that it may provide some really
great incredible health benefits and they include weight loss. Can you guys see that? Is that too dark? Too light? Weight loss and improved – See that. There it is. It’s just so bright. Let me – let me.
Oh! there it is. Improved glucose tolerance, better blood pressure, lower triglycerides, right? And also stable,
more stable blood glucose levels. Lots of good stuff. Lots of hearts. Who’s giving me out all those hearts? Are you just sharing some love? Thank you so much. I really appreciate it. Hello from New Jersey. Morning from Malaysia. Portland, Oregon in the House as well. Hello to all of you. Still snow, Well, enjoy some skiing if
you get a chance to do that. Lucky! All right. In part two of my three-part series I reviewed the vegan diet. Did anyone get a chance to catch that? The vegan diet plan. And you went out there
describe yourself as a vegan? Yeah. Vegan diet plan is
another way of eating that excludes animal products, animal products of any kind, any animal byproducts, no meat, no dairy,
no eggs, no honey, nothing that animals produce. All right? So, anything else that
comes from animal it will not be included
in the vegan diet. Studies also show that
vegans can provide – a vegan diet can also provide
many health benefits as well including, these are good, weight loss, improved blood sugar, lower blood pressure and decreased triglycerides
and cholesterol and lower risk of dying
from heart disease. And that my friends
I will give hearts to. Okay. Part three and that’s today’s video. Today’s video is all
about what I call healthy benefits of healthy eating. I call it healthy balanced eating, balanced eating. I’ve spent years developing
my own diet plan that I’m really really looking
forward to sharing with you today. This diet plan is all about balance and I’m not talking about balancing
on one leg while touching your nose, rubbing your belly, patting your head, closing your eyes and saying
the ABCs backwards. No. Think of it as Paleo
meets vegan period. I’m Paleo and I’m vegan. We can get along just fine. Paleo meets vegan way of eating, a hybrid that combines
the best of both worlds. Yey! And it’s not too restrictive and it includes really
delicious natural foods that focus on maximizing your ability to naturally prevent and reverse
damage caused by chronic inflammation. Yey!! That’s a good high five. Every aspect of my diet plan is
designed to be anti-inflammatory and to protect your body from
harmful damaging symptoms caused by chronic and then
widespread inflammation. Where is my inflammatory face? Hmm. That’s inflammation. Yeah. We’re going to prevent widespread
inflammation in the body. For those of you who
have seen my other videos and heard me talk about
inflammation before, you know how I feel about inflammation, Serious. It’s my enemy and I’ve been sent
here to destroy it. Throw elbows. Let me show you my daily
wonderful mantra or equation “less inflammation plus – less inflammation in plus more inflammation out equals” my little equal sign fell off
but I’m going to just put “equals a healthier you”. A healthier happier
more balanced thriving you. Isn’t that a great affirmation
to have every single day? Just print that out
and post it on your mirror and you tell yourself that you
are going to be less inflamed and you’re going to be healthier
by making your body optimal. Okay, acute inflammation. Okay, well,
acute inflammation is vital. It’s normal. It’s a normal part of your
immune system’s response to injury or perhaps infection. It’s the body’s way of signaling
to the immune system to heal and to repair damaged tissue as well as defend itself
against any foreign invaders such as viruses and bacteria. However, if the inflammatory
process goes on for too long it becomes what’s known as chronic, chronic, chronic, chronic. Doesn’t that even just sound bad? Chronic or if the inflammatory
response occurs in places where it is not needed then it becomes problematic. Problematic. Not good. Chronic inflammation has been
linked to certain diseases such as heart disease and stroke and liver health, poor liver health. This is all inflammation. Diabetes and metabolic syndrome. It can also lead to
autoimmune disorders such as rheumatoid arthritis, leaky gut syndrome, thyroid disease, and even lupus. There are many indicators of
chronic inflammation in the body. Here are just some
of the most common or more common indicators of
chronic inflammation in your body. Just take note and see if any of
these resonate with you if you are experiencing
any of these. Okay? I’m going to just list them. Body pain, especially in the joints, joints, skin rashes such as eczema
or psoriasis, maybe patches of it
where it’s really irritated and raised or itchy, dry, excessive mucus production, always needing to clear your
throat or blow your nose. Low energy, really apathetic, really lethargic despite
sufficient sleep, poor digestion including
gas and bloating, abdominal pain, constipation. Chronic inflammation is pervasive. It’s commonly found in people
who are overweight or obese. With 75% of men and 60% of women
now considered overweight, there is no doubt that chronic
inflammation is a pandemic we need to address. Okay? We need to address them. The good news, right? I’d always offer a silver lining. The good news is that most cases chronic inflammation
is reversible. It’s treatable. It’s preventable. And following my diet plan
will go a very long way in helping you lower your
daily inflammatory load, your daily inflammatory load, that load that you carry that
causes you the aches and pains and joints discomforts
and mood swings and brain fog. Okay? Lowering the inflammatory load.
We want that. Going back to my equation of health. The less inflammation in,
more inflammation out, this equation of health. Going back to my equation of health you want to have both lower inflammation in
and more inflammation out. You just want all of that
gunk to be out of you, shield yourself, protect yourself and make sure that you
take in the good stuff and you can do that just by
consuming natural organic foods, avoiding some of the
most inflammatory foods especially processed and fast foods, removing harmful chemicals
and toxins from your home and getting more rest and getting regular body
movement and exercise. Let’s not fear that word, exercise. Let’s just call it body movement. It can be dancing, whatever it is. Move your body, your body wants to move,
it’s designed to move. My full anti-inflammatory diet
and lifestyle will be laid in detail in my… get ready… upcoming book. Who is excited? I’m so excited. My upcoming book is it’s getting done, it’s almost done and you can also click
on the link below to a related article that I wrote. It’s a really good one. After the show it’ll
be in the comments. It’s the article that I wrote. You are going to love it. It’s called Why the old Mediterranean
diet falls short for Americans. Why US nutritionists are adopting the new Medit-American diet
and lifestyle. The Medit-American diet
and lifestyle. Okay, getting back to my diet –
the anti-inflammatory diet. Let’s look at what’s in it. Let’s look at what’s in it… All right? It is organic. And if you can as much as you can buy organic whenever you can
as much as possible. All right? I really believe in eating
organic and it’s essential. Why? Among other reasons, organic foods have
been shown in studies to be more nutritious
than conventional foods, but more importantly, they have not been treated
with toxic chemicals. They have not been
treated with fertilizers that can contribute to inflammation. Toxic chemicals including, okay? These toxins include pesticides, herbicides, fertilizers from synthetic ingredients
or sewage sludge, ionizing radiation, growth hormones, antibiotics and early everything as you eat – when you eat my
antiinflammatory diet plan, when you eat it and you can get it off of the link that I’m going to put after this show. This is what it looks like. And we’re coming out
with a new revised one, so stay tuned and I’ll let you know
when that comes out. But the anti-inflammatory diet
will tell you what to eat, will tell you what to avoid. It’s really awesome. It’s rich in inflammation and
free radical fighting antioxidants and also omega fatty acids which also help to minimize and
neutralize inflammation in the body. It’s a wealth of knowledge there. My diet. What’s in your diet company,
Dr. Nancy? My diet includes a huge variety
of organic vegetables with the exception of inflammation
producing nightshade vegetables. Does anyone know what
nightshade vegetables are or what type make up
the nightshade group? Nightshade vegetables. Nightshade vegetables are like tomatoes
and mushrooms and peppers. A lot of things found on a pizza. Italian pizzas. It’s all inflammatory but nightshades. Okay. So, both the Paleo and the vegan
diets are loaded with nightshades. Yes eggplant, Stacey. Very good. Okay. Potatoes are also nightshades. So, both the Paleo and the
vegan diets are loaded with nightshade vegetables
and inflammatory flaw, I call them a flaw in both of
these diets in my opinion. Okay? On my plan you
will feel free to eat – you can feel free to eat any
of the organic vegetables though like asparagus
and beets and cauliflower, those are three of the best. Also awesome are garlic and kale, peas and spinach, sprouts, micro greens, broccoli, zucchini. The list goes on and on. Dark leafy greens. All your spectrums of the rainbows. It’s just wonderful. We just covered vegetables. Now, what about fruits? All right, you want to talk about
fruits. Let’s talk about fruits. Let’s talk about fruits. Organic fruits are on the menu
as well like apples and apricots. One of my favorite
absolute avocados. More of those in a few minutes. What are your favorite fruits? Berries. Oh! look at this beautiful
bountiful bowl of berries. I have strawberries and
raspberries and blueberries. This is my favorite. You can also freeze this if it’s getting kind of a little bit
old and you didn’t get to it. Freeze them, become dessert. And the kids can’t even tell it,
it’s like ice cream. It’s such a sweet treat. Melons, pears, citrus fruits. Yay! fruits. Cynthia says yes. All right. Pineapples one of also my favorite. It’s loaded with bromelain
and natural enzyme that further helps to
fight inflammation. And my kids love cold pineapple, so it makes it super super easy. All right. We’re moving
on to organic sweeteners. What can you pick from? You’re going to stick
with raw organic honey and stevia, and 100% pure maple syrup. Those are your sweeteners
that you go to. Organic gluten-free greens, gluten free, GF, gluten-free grains like wild rice, quinoa which is not
technically a grain but I like to lump it
into the grain section, millet, sorghum, teff, red, black and brown rice. Notice, no white rice,
that’s inflammatory. My mom is probably like
what Asian doesn’t eat rice? And I would be like,
the anti-inflammatory Asian, mom. All right. The next one is proteins, and make sure it’s organic, organic protein,
grass-fed lean meats, seafood, poultry, egg whites, cold water omega-3 fish
like salmon, halibut, sardines, split peas, lentils, turkey, legumes, spirulina really good source
of plant-based proteins, spirulina. Okay, moving on to organic oils
and healthy healthy fats, avocado oil. I just keep returning to that avocado, coconut oil, extra virgin olive oil, hemp seed oil and walnut oil. All right, nuts and seeds. Unsalted organic nuts and seeds, staple in my diet. It’s a staple in my car and in
my backpack in little containers. I just love them. Sprouted of course and when you sprout them
you make them alive. The enzymes are alive
and they’re more bioavailable. They yield a higher protein content and it’s easier on the digestive system. Sprout them by putting them
in a mason jar, a glass jar and putting them in the refrigerator
filled with spring water overnight. Next day dump out the water
and then it’s sprouted. It’s like Voila! It’s a magic potion and it’s softer too and it’s softer and crunchier and just tastes much
more rich and creamy. Try it. Try it with your beans as well. So, sprouted almonds, sprouted walnuts, your sesame seeds, hemp seeds, ground flaxseeds more bioavailable, grind them in your coffee grinder, chia seeds, pumpkin seeds, Brazil nuts, tahini and sunflower seeds. Organic healthy condiments. To bring flavor try
organic apple cider vinegar. This is one of the
favorites on my group. I know a lot of people like
to use Apple cider vinegar, fresh and dried herbs, sea salt, spices like garlic and cumin
and coriander, turmeric. Almonds, walnuts, cashew butters, and of course sunflower seed butters. Beverages that I like to
focus on are purified water and various herbal teas plus green and matcha teas, herbal matcha tea, coconut water. This is one of my favorite brands. This is Harmless coconut water and it is raw coconut water
and it’s pink. Do you see that pink? And it’s pink because it has
all the polyphenols in it which is a high antioxidant that is really boosting and supporting
to your immune systems. This is one of my
favorite coconut waters and it doesn’t taste
metallic-ey or aluminum-ey. It just is so sweet and refreshing
and cooling to the body, especially if you run hot. And they also replace
electrolytes lost. Okay. We also include and promote fermented
foods with every meal if possible. They are absolutely delicious and they are packed with probiotics. The good for you bacteria
in your belly that supports digestive
and gut health and I’m talking about
fermented foods like pickled vegetables
and kimchi and kombucha that are really healthy for you. They support the health of your
natural microbiome in your gut. Did you know that 70% to 80%
of your immune system is actually housed in your gut, or your digestive system? So, if you don’t have a
really good eating habit, you’re going to see that you get
sick more often than not, just see it. If you have a lot of tummy issues you might get more susceptible
to illnesses. Just take a mental note of that. Probiotics from fermented
foods are essential when we are talking about preventing
inflammation throughout the body. And I try to get some type of
probiotic in my diet every single day. It’s very very important. The brand of the coconut water,
Lorie, is called Harmless coconut water, Harmless Harvest. You can get this at– Most of your stores
now will carry this. Your grocery stores. Okay. Let’s go back to avocados. What do I say all the time? What do I say that I want to
make into a bumper sticker? An avocado a day keeps
the inflammation at bay. An avocado a day keeps
the inflammation at bay! Do you know what else is
really cool about avocados? This is scientific study. Scientific studies say that if you put a fourth of
an avocado on a burger or on like beef when
you’re eating a burger or something like that, it cuts the absorption of
the saturated fat by 60%. When I learned that every single
burger has an avocado on it, I am like it’s like
I’m eating nothing,
When I learned that every single
burger has an avocado on it, I am like it’s like
I’m eating nothing, it’s just voiding itself out. But add a fourth or half an avocado
to every one of your burgers. It’s like you didn’t
even eat a burger. Okay. Really quick. Back on avocados, they’re loaded with nutrients, the healthy fats in avocados have
powerful anti-inflammatory effects and remarkably have been
shown to offset damage in other less healthy food choices
that you tend to eat. And it’s kind of like a
get out of jail free card. Remember I talked about that burger? Avocados are also rich in
oleic acid, lutein and vitamin E and they have all been found to alleviate
pain in your muscles and joints. So, really an avocado a day
keeps the inflammation at bay. Vince says, should I take probiotics? Well, if you know that
you are inflamed or eating things off of
the anti-inflammatory diet or you’re not walking
or exercising every single day or you’re not getting enough sleep, it’s this whole holistic lifestyle.
Right? We look at all the different
parts of our life and we’re looking at
where we’re
not 1000%. And who can be? No one can be. Then I suggest that
everyone takes a probiotic. If you’re not eating
fermented foods already and I don’t do dairy
and I don’t suggest dairy. So, someone asks
but what about yogurt. I’m not a dairy fan, but most people are sensitive
to lactose, to dairy. So, I would say yeah,
you want to take a probiotic. Smarter Nutrition has
a fantastic probiotic. It’s called Gut Health. I’ll put that in the link as well. And it’s made from three
strands of soil-based probiotics. It’s really wonderful and I will put the link on there, you can read more about that.
All right? Okay. I’m glad you love avocados.
Me too. I also want to point out how important
a few herbs and spices are. Garlic and ginger and cinnamon,
cloves, sage, especially turmeric. These are all known inflammation
fighters to some degree and use them as often as you’d like. They’re really good. So, don’t forget about
using your spices, all right? And your herbs. And the legendary
curry spice of all of them, the queen is probably
the most interesting. What am I talking about? Which herb and which spice? The miracle healing active
ingredient inside turmeric, which is only about
3% of the root itself. It’s called curcumin. I recommend it to every
single one of my clients. It’s kind of funny, when my kids get a scraped knee
or when they get hurt, they are like I need curcumin. It’s really cute. It’s really really endearing. But I recommend all my clients take
curcumin every single day. The one that I take
and I recommend is called Smarter Curcumin by Smarter Nutrition. Smarter Curcumin by Smarter Nutrition It has the fast acting curcumin, you can buy coupled with the black
seed and complementary herbs that make it highly absorbable. Now let’s talk about foods
to avoid on my diet which of course include any food that’s been shown to contribute
to inflammation in the body. Unfortunately, many of
these are allowed on either the Paleo or vegan diets. So, let me show you really fast. So, this is the Mediterranean salad, a typical Mediterranean salad. Can everyone see that? We have – Here, so you can see. So, we have salmon,
a beautiful piece of salmon, tzatziki sauce, you’ve got tomatoes and cucumbers,
olives and peppers. So, somebody on this diet would
also have, oh! some pita bread. Right? You can have some pita bread. Hmm! Garlic pita bread. Oh! you know what? Someone on this diet, definitely, Mediterranean diet,
definitely have wine. You got to drink – you know. Research shows that you can drink. So. Yeah. All of these. They don’t always look – I don’t always agree with all of the
inflammation-promoting foods. So, what would I take out from
this typical Mediterranean diet? Does anyone know
what would I take out to make this truly something
that I would eat? Something that I would call
balanced healthy eating from my Medit American diet
with a twist. All right. So, let’s start with my
beautiful salad, shall we? I washed my hands. Disclaimer. Okay. So, we’re going to take
out the tzatziki sauce because the tzatziki sauce is dairy and I don’t do dairy and I don’t promote any of
my clients to eat dairy. All right. So… Oh!, Tom, you’re so right. Tom said pasta. I forgot that I had this antipasto, well, pasta and antipasto, it’s vegetables and super healthy and it’s got noodles
and it’s rainbow colored. So, it must have some spinach in it. No. So, Tom, thank you so
much for reminding me. I would take this whole thing out. Yes. Lori, I would
take out happy hour. I would take out – Let’s see, I would take
out the nightshades. So, let’s just go ahead and… since I just did wash my hands, I am going to take out
all the nightshades, the nightshades again are the
bell peppers and the tomatoes. There is no eggplants on here, but baba ghanoush,
I would not be able to have. Right? Okay. So, I’m left with – I mean this is still great. I have pieces of cucumber
and I have a mixed green. I have this beautiful salmon, olive oil I would drizzle on top. This is what I would eat. I would take away
the bread as well. This is inflammatory. This white bread, very inflammatory. So, that is pretty much an example of the new and improved
Medit American diet. I would just take out all of the things
that is inflammatory causing. So, Vince you need some recipes? I’m going to get you some recipes. What I’m going to do is I’m going
to write this all in my book and you are going to get them and I am going to be like Oprah. Everybody gets the book. It’s going to be awesome and my anti-inflammatory diet, my anti-inflammatory e-guide
also has a lot of very, very similar recipes on there and I’m also adding it to my
new improved e-guide as well. So, stay closely tuned in for that but I’ll let you know. So, unfortunately the Paleo,
vegan, the vegetarian diet. They… Here’s Paleo. They all have things in there
that I’m not a big fan of. And I’m going to tell you
what I would take out. So, you have got to visually see
what I was going to take out, all nightshade vegetables, I took them out after
I washed my hands and I took them out of the salads. So, the tomatoes, the potatoes, peppers,
eggplants, we’re taking them out. They all contain alkaloids. Alkaloids contribute to
chronic inflammation and a host of other
health conditions in the body. You need to cut
these out of your diet. Processed meats including bacon, beef jerky,
these are the worst, hotdogs and ham and sausages and smoked meats, barbecue. These are all carcinogen-ey. And you’ve got to take those out.
Okay? Processed meats. Trans fats and vegetables oils including canola, corn, peanut, rapeseed, soybean oil and sunflower oil. Take those out. All white flour, all white bread and white rice. Sorry people of my home. Okay. So, we’re going to take those out because those are very
inflammatory as well. And your 2009, this is 2017 but pretend it’s 2009, 2009 wine, alcohol, coffee. Take those out. Try green tea instead. All of these foods have been shown
to contain ingredients or compounds that cause inflammation in the body. Removing them from your diet or reducing them
as much as possible lowers the inflammation in your body and allows your body to heal which can really help your joints. If you are feeling sensation
and discomfort in your body, you are inflamed. So, why not do something
that you can control which is stop buying the things and eating the things that
are causing you to hurt. Easy enough? Well, we’re all a support system here and we’re all in the
same boat together, so we’re going to do it
if you’re going to do it and we’re going to encourage
everyone to try to feel better, right? Our body is screaming
I want to feel better and we’re all going
to do it together. Packed. Packed high-five. Okay. Let’s get back to healthy natural
foods we want to include in our diet. What do we want to
include in our diet? Here are two easy and fun anti-inflammatory recipes
from my e-guide. The one that I showed
you was the salad, that’s super easy. The Mediterranean salmon salad. And the other one is a quinoa bowl, quinoa bowl salad with arugula and this one is made with of course I use red quinoa
and chickpeas. Chickpeas super yummy. This one is vegan. This one is vegetarian. You don’t have to add animal meats but it has radishes and purple cabbage and this is really
really yummy as well. And you can put some olive oil and sprinkle some Himalayan salt. Also, you can make guacamole or a green anti-ageing smoothie
from my e-guide, my diet, my e-diet anti-inflammatory guide, you can just look on that
if you want those recipes. Super yummy. Super easy. Kids love them. They are going to jump
on the bandwagon to be anti-inflammatory as well. I promise you. They really love to help out
and eat what you eat. When you have time please click on
the link and read my recent article. Why the old Medit American
diet fall short for Americans? Why US nutritionists are adopting the
new Medit American diet and lifestyle, and you’ll see why
I took the pasta out and you’ll see why I took the dairy
and the wine and the bread. You’ll understand why. There’s lots of science behind it and it’s a really good fast read. It’s worth a few minutes and then some,
you will find that it’s super – It’s more about living an
anti-inflammatory lifestyle, not just an eating plan. It goes much deeper
than just an eating plan. An anti-inflammatory way of living that not only focuses on
the foods that you eat but it also focuses on
the way that you live and it also includes the quality
of sleep that you’re having or not having, minimizing the chemicals and toxins
in your home and work environment, reducing stress and negative
energy in your daily life and also engaging in regular
and consistent exercise. The next thing I want you to do is to take note of all of
the different cleaning products and products in your home. I want you to eliminate toxic
products in your home. This is part of the new
Medit American diet and lifestyle. Right? The balanced lifestyle. You want to be able to take out
the toxic products in your home. If you are just joining us, if you’re just joining us
my name is Dr. Nancy and we are talking
about my diet plan which is the
anti-inflammatory diet plan but it’s also a hybrid of the
vegan and Paleo diet plan. And I’m talking about what I eat and also what I do in my home,
in my life that I also suggest to my clients to live the most balanced
and healthy optimal life. So, we talked about what kind
of foods that you want to eat, what you want to avoid and now we are talking about what
to eliminate from your home. We’re talking about taking
out the toxic products, eliminating all products
delivered in cans, canned foods, BPAs are known as
endocrine disruptors and most canned items
contain a BPA lining, bean soup, shaving cream, deodorant,
oven cleaner, hairspray, toilet cleaner, shower cleaner, they all fall into this category. If you must purchase your
beans or chickpeas in a can make sure they are organic
and in a BPA-free can. I like to buy these items
dried and in bulk and then I like to sprout them. They are really really easy to make. Better for the environment, less waste and much cheaper
if I buy them this way. I also want to start a – I want you to start storing your
leftover containers not in Tupperware. I want you to store them in
glass or ceramic containers, not plastic Tupperwares, not metal which are also loaded
with harmful chemicals. Next, I want you to get rid, toss out anything that
says antibacterial, antibacterial products. Do not use them. Antibacterial products typically
contain a synthetic anti-microbial called triclosan. Triclosan and it wreaks havoc in your body, on your endocrine system and contributes to heavy
duty chronic inflammation. These items are often marketed as a quick and easy way to kill 99.9%
of harmful bacteria on your hands but they failed to report the damage
being done to 99% of you. It also kills all the good bacteria. So, now something as simple as
going outside is going to harm you because you have no
protective layer on. You’ve killed everything
that is protecting you as well as the little things that might
be dirty in your outer layer of skin. Okay? So, stick with natural soaps
and cleaning products. I just did a whole show dedicated
to natural cleaners not too long ago. I’ll post a link after
the show as well. Lots of links after the show but you’ll get all
of the information. The same goes for
synthetic fragrances, air fresheners, plugins,
room deodorizers, cosmetics, fabric softeners, laundry detergents and candles. Don’t use them. Don’t burn things in your home. Many of all of the things
I just mentioned have more than 500 chemicals and they – it’s because they
also use fragrances and fragrances,
added synthetic fragrances are neurotoxins that have a very poisonous
effect on your brain and on your endocrine system. They cause significant damage and result in massive amounts of chronic
inflammation throughout the body. Swap out synthetic fragrances for natural healthy
and great smelling alternatives. I love natural essential oils for this. Now let’s talk about how important
physical movement and exercise is. It’s super important. You’ve got to get up and move. It’s part of my
anti-inflammatory lifestyle. For that we need to cover a whole
entire future video for just that, but don’t worry, we’re going to do it
and you are going to love it. Also look for my exercise video that’s also going to come out
in the coming months. There is a lot of good
stuff fruitioning here and Dr. Nancyland is
really really exciting. Okay. We’ve learned a lot. We’ve learned a lot… I have a wrapping it up card but I don’t see it. So I’m going to do charades. Wrapping it up. What did we learn today? Tom’s like,
you got to move it move it. Okay. Yes, Brenda. Diffuse essential oils. I have an essential oil diffuser. This is one of mine. I have one in every single
room of the house, but you put essential oils in here. You fill it up. Okay? And then you plug it in
and it just is magic or you can boil cinnamon sticks
for like two to three minutes and it makes the whole house
smell like you’re baking apple pie. And when guests come over,
they are like Oh! You baked. And it’s not toxic at all. Wrapping it up. What did we learn today? My natural anti-inflammatory
diet plan is all about balance. Balance. As you learn it doesn’t
eliminate healthy beans, legumes and gluten-free grains
like the Paleo diet or avoid healthy animal
products like vegan diet, has some stuff in there. Rather than avoiding all
of these healthy foods, we embrace them and we use them responsibly,
|in moderation as part of a complete lifestyle plan specifically designed to
eliminate inflammation and support you in your efforts
to be optimally well and healthy. Yeah? As part of my
anti-inflammatory diet plan, I recommend eating as organic
as much as possible, avoiding exposure to toxins
and harmful chemicals used to grow and
raise conventional foods and remember, I want you
to enjoy a wide variety of natural and delicious fruits,
vegetables, proteins, healthy fats and nuts and seeds,
and herbs, and spices. But also know there are certain
foods that you must avoid. You got to avoid the processed meats
and the dairy products, the vegetable oils and harmful
nightshade vegetables. What are they again? Think pizza, pizza. Tomatoes and peppers
and potatoes and eggplants, all of which contribute to chronic
inflammation in the body. And remember,
health is all about balance, right? Isn’t life all about balance? My anti-inflammatory diet plan
I feel is the best for your health because it combines
everything that you need into one concise easy to follow
and effective plan, allowing you to improve your health and the overall quality
of your life right away. You start now. Not, Oh! when I lose 15 pounds. Oh! when I can touch my toes. Oh! when I get that new job. Oh! when I move. No. You can do this now, today, tomorrow. You can do it. You have the power and I know you can. All right. Yes. Tomatoes cause inflammation. They have something
called lycopene, pectin, and they also are an alkaloid. There are nightshade and they are inflammatory
to your body, Judy. Okay. Swiss chard is not hard to find. You should be able to find
it in every single store. Swiss chard. Very good. Okay. Thank you so much for watching. I hope you enjoyed my
three-part diet series. If you are interested in learning
more about my diet plan please comment below and please make sure you
join me right here tomorrow for another awesome show dedicated
to improving your health. If you have any comments or questions
please put them down below, I’ll make sure that I review them and wait after the show for all of the links to the
e-guide and the article, the Medit American diet and why it fails and also the recipes,
all of the good stuff. Just wait for it. Okay? Wait for it. Wait for it. All right. Yeah. Lori says sometimes
Wal-Mart has Swiss chard. Good job Wal-Mart. Awesome. All right. Have a wonderful wonderful day. Tom, I don’t have a specific time
that I go live every day. So, just maybe you’ll see me,
maybe you won’t. I hope that you will. All right. You’re eating cookies
and watching my video, lucky. That is so awesome. I’m living vicariously through you. You’re my new spirit animal. All right. Have a wonderful day. See you guys soon. Bye-bye.

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