Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Pro inflammatory foods

I'm still doing research on which type of eating is best for managing pain and inflammation. It seems that fried foods, starchy foods, and sugary foods all promote inflammation in the body. I found this list online and it's a good place to start if you are trying to decrease inflammatory foods in your diet. I am going to try to eliminate or reduce my consumption of these foods:


  • Bagels

  • Breads, rolls, baked goods

  • Candy

  • Cake

  • Cookies

  • Cereals (except old fashioned oatmeal)

  • Cornstarch

  • Corn bread, corn muffins

  • Corn syrup

  • Crackers

  • Croissants

  • Doughnuts

  • Egg rolls

  • Fast food

  • French Fries

  • Fruit juice—choose the fruit instead

  • Fried foods

  • Flour

  • Granola

  • Hard cheese (except for feta and grating cheeses, such as Romano and Parmesan)

  • Honey

  • Hot dogs

  • Ice cream, frozen yogurt, Italian ices

  • Jams, jellies and preserves

  • Margarine

  • Molasses

  • Muffins

  • Noodles

  • Pancakes

  • Pastry

  • Pie

  • Pita bread

  • Pizza

  • Pasta

  • Popcorn

  • Potatoes

  • Pudding

  • Relish

  • Rice

  • Sherbet

  • Shortening

  • Snack foods, including: potato chips, pretzels, corn chips, rice and corn cakes, etc.

  • Soda

  • Sugar

  • Tacos

  • Tortillas

  • Waffles



  • Read more: http://www.oprah.com/health/Dr-Perricones-List-of-Pro-Inflammatory-Foods#ixzz1p1pfml8O

    8 comments:

    1. How did it go?

      I have AS as well. I'm 30 years old. I'm trying the NSD. Have you tried to completely eliminate starch, to see what happens to your pain and the progress of AS?

      Hope you're doing great!

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    2. Yes, please let us know how it is going. I am 32 and was diagnosed last year with AS. I have been trying to go gluten-free and it seems to be helping a bit. Still need to be better about eliminating the refined sugars, though.

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    3. Hi there! I was diagnosed just a week ago with AS and have been researching about this condition. I'm glad I bumped into your blog. I am now in LSD but not seeing any improvement yet. I am yet to cut down sugar. Keep us posted how it's working for you.

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    5. ...damn.. what is left to eat now after eliminating all this...

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      1. Dear jain... Ye angrej pata nai ask for da food Dat v dont find in our dine....
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