Bromelain, a mixture of enzymes found in pineapple juice, has long been used as a topical treatment for the pain and swelling of sports injuries like tendinitis, sprains, and
muscle pulls and to reduce bruising after surgery. Studies show that bromelain is readily absorbed by the body when you drink pineapple juice
Parsley is rich in the antioxidant vitamins C, A, and E, which have been found to be helpful in reducing inflammation of the joints due to arthritis. Another agent found in these greens,
called carnosol, may hold promise for targeting proteins and hormone receptors associated with inflammation and resulting cancers of the prostate, breast, skin, blood, and colon
Recently studies have suggested that the powerful antioxidant curcumin found in turmeric may offer preventive and treatment benefits for many chronic diseases.
A 2015 review of studies suggests curcumin can reduce the oxidative stress that triggers the low-grade inflammation that causes metabolic, neurological, cardiovascular, & inflammatory bowel diseases.
Citrus fruit juices like lemon & lime juice are terrific sources of vitamin C and folate,which support many types of immune cells such as natural killer cells, T-cells, B-cells
Lemon and lime juice are also antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal, analgesic, and anti-inflammatory, research shows.
An age-old remedy for nausea, bloating, gas, and fatigue, ginger may also prove helpful as a natural way to lower blood sugar and combat insulin resistance.
ginger's natural anti-inflammatory compounds are also effective at reducing leg muscle pain after intense bouts of cycling exercise.
You'll find quercetin in many colorful fruits and vegetables. Red wine, black and green tea also contain a good amount of the flavonoid. potential benefits of consuming
antioxidant-rich fruits and vegetables with high amounts of quercetin like red apples, berries, cherries, kale, and broccoli include resistance to inflammation, viruses, and cancer.