The basis of an anti-inflammatory diet is pretty simple. No gluten, very little meat (and if you’re going to eat meat, it has to be grass-fed, antibiotic-free) and no dairy or refined sugar. Meredith Goldberg of Washington, DC, writes in her personal story, "I learned to eat with the DC seasons (apples, pears and squashes in the fall and winter; asparagus in the spring; berries and zucchini all summer) and incorporating different types of beans into meals for added protein, resulting in an ongoing love affair with the chickpea."
Read more of Meredith Goldberg's storyat http://crazysexylife.com/2012/from-meat-to-millet-how-an-anti-inflammatory-diet-changed-my-life/
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