Inflammation is the body’s attempt at self-protection. It can be in response to an acute injury, bacteria, or viruses. But chronic inflammation causes a domino effect that can greatly compromise your health. Thankfully, certain foods and spices contain naturally anti-inflammatory properties. The fall season is rich with foods that fight inflammation; pumpkin, sweet potatoes, cranberries, beets, broccoli, & dark leafy greens are all great options. And be sure to keep garlic, turmeric, cinnamon, cloves, and ginger on hand as well!
Check out these 7 fall recipes that reduce inflammation AND taste delicious!
Full of parsnips, potatoes, carrots, onion, kale, and an array of anti-inflammatory spices, this comforting vegetarian dish screams “Fall” - and goes great with a bowl of quinoa. Get the recipe here. [http://feedmephoebe.com/tagine-recipes/]
These fritters only have 5 ingredients, which make them delicious AND super simple. See for yourself here. [http://www.simplyquinoa.com/5-ingredient-sweet-potato-quinoa-fritters/]
Butternut squash, ginger, and turmeric combine with other ingredients to make this a healthy, comforting soup that packs an anti-inflammatory punch. Find the recipe here. [http://calmfulliving.com/project/anti-inflammatory-butternut-squash-soup/]
Nothing says Fall quite like a big, comforting bowl of stew. This one includes several seasonal anti-inflammatory ingredients. Full recipe here. [http://gutsybynature.com/2013/11/03/grassfed-budget-cinnamon-beef-stew-butternut-squash-mushrooms/]
This hearty slow-cooker stew is loaded with fall treasures, and boasts some of our anti-inflammatory favorites as well. For full recipe, click here. [http://www.bhg.com/recipe/stews/pumpkin-chickpea-and-red-lentil-stew/]
Garlic, cloves, and ginger are the anti-inflammatory heroes in these meatballs. Get the recipe and instructions here. [http://www.grazedandenthused.com/single-post/2014/10/20/AntiInflammatory-Meatballs-AIPWhole3021dsd]
A calming evening drink made with turmeric, cinnamon, and ginger, this latte promises to settle your mind and your inflammation. Find the recipe here. [http://wholeheartedlyhealthy.com/2016/04/turmeric-latte.html]
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