Highly processed foods often contain additives, preservatives, and unhealthy trans fats that can contribute to inflammation.
Sugary drinks, such as sodas and sweetened juices, can lead to increased inflammation. High sugar intake has been associated with various health issues
Foods made with refined carbohydrates, like white bread, white rice, and sugary cereals, have a high glycemic index and can contribute to inflammation.
Red meat, especially when processed or cooked at high temperatures, can produce compounds that may contribute to inflammation
Fried foods, often high in unhealthy trans fats, can trigger inflammation. Limit your intake of fried items like french fries, fried chicken
Some individuals may be sensitive to dairy, and inflammatory responses can occur. Experiment with alternative dairy options, such as almond or soy milk
Foods containing partially hydrogenated oils or artificial trans fats can promote inflammation. Check labels and avoid products with these unhealthy fats
While moderate alcohol consumption may have some health benefits, excessive drinking can lead to inflammation