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    What are the most anti-inflammatory foods?

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    My scalp goes through flare ups of dermatitis and I want to add some extra anti-inflammatory foods into my diet to see if it makes a difference.

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    Fatty fish, crucifers, turmeric, berries. Avoid your standard non-primal stuff.

    Salmon with cauliflower curry and blackberries for dessert.

    What shampoo do you use? I had scalp and skin issues until i switched from regular soaps and shampoos to Dr. Bronners.
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    Also Practical Paleo advised to avoid nighshades and eggs in the anti-inflammatory protocols, but that's for joints...

    Walnuts supposed to be good for inflammation as well according to the PP.
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    I've heard of Dr. Bronner's. I mostly use color-saving, sulfate-free shampoos and wash my hair probably three times a week. Next time I buy shampoo I'll have to try it out.

    Quote Originally Posted by peppermint View Post
    Fatty fish, crucifers, turmeric, berries. Avoid your standard non-primal stuff.

    Salmon with cauliflower curry and blackberries for dessert.

    What shampoo do you use? I had scalp and skin issues until i switched from regular soaps and shampoos to Dr. Bronners.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leida View Post
    Also Practical Paleo advised to avoid nighshades and eggs in the anti-inflammatory protocols, but that's for joints...

    Walnuts supposed to be good for inflammation as well according to the PP.
    Oh no, eggs?! I could never give up eggs!

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    Someone on here had success pitching the whites and just using yolks. Best part of the egg anyway.

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    I hear you! I am starting anti-inflammation protocol tomorrow, since I am sick and tired of all the littl' inflammations that keep popping up since late April, and eggs elimination will be weird. But I think as long as I have a meat, shrimp and canned fish stack handy, I should be Okay.
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    I just posted a question about feeling bloated after a lot of cheats (rare for me, but I cheated big time). Eggs (whites in particular) were in the back of my mind. I find gently poached yolks in a lot of ghee or butter to be really good!

    I'm back on my game as far as sticking with anti-inflam foods! I learned a hard lesson!

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    I've never eliminated eggs in my life, so I think I forego both whites and yolks for my 30 days.
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    Leida - that sounds like a good idea. I might try it. I just have a challenging finding a "replacement" for breakfast that keeps me satisfied. I'm sure it is possible!

    Good luck on your 30 day!

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