The body’s inability to manage inflammatory levels is one of the biggest physical challenges modern society has right now. What’s the solution to reducing the inflammation? Let’s start with unburdening the body of its chronic immune challenges, especially that of food allergies!
“Many environmental allergies that we suffer from are actually secondary allergies being driven by primary allergic responses, principally to foods. It has always been obvious in clinical practice that when basic food allergies are corrected, environmental sensitivities vanish. For example, by simply taking a person off of a basic food allergy like gluten and dairy, oftentimes there will no longer be an environmental sensitivity to cats or dogs.” – The Family Wellness Center
The basic six food allergies are sugar, gluten, wheat, dairy, corn, and soy (followed by beef, tomato, peanut, chocolate). My version of a hypo-antigenic diet consists of eliminating these ten foods. Doing the 21 Day Purification, or a Detox and cleaning up the gut.
Now an even bigger problem is finding the time to put together the anti-inflammatory meals needed to help reduce the toxic load. How do you go about eating all the things that need to be eaten during this cleanse or detox? That’s why I love Daily Harvest! Yes, shop and prep your food, but let’s be real here people! To drink the shakes and eat the many pills is a lot in the beginning. So why not make the food part easy while you learn this new way of life?
Then add in a Daily Harvest Bowl for lunch, and maybe a DH Flatbread for dinner, or another DH Bowl. My favorites are the Broccoli + Cheeze and Brussel Sprouts and Tahini. I like the Artichoke and Spinach Flat Bread with added extra garlic and Kerrygold Butter.
Add in a salad, and all of the snackable veggies in between, and boom! You’re satisfied and full, and TOTALLY CLEANSING your entire body and all of its systems. You’d be surprised at HOW MUCH food you get to eat!
How inflamed are you post-virus? LET’S REDUCE THAT INFLAMMATORY BURDEN AND CLEANSE!
Medical Disclaimer: What I’ve shared with you here is not intended to be a substitute for a medical diagnosis or treatment of any medical condition. Always seek the advice of your physician with any questions you may have regarding your own medical conditions.