All right guys. I'm going to show you a recipe that calms inflammation. Now inflammation can be internal. Externally you see it in the form of maybe you've rolled your ankle and it swells up, you see a rash on your skin potentially. With western diet, and a lot of processed foods you're going to be causing a lot of internal inflammation. Some you'll be aware of and some you won't. This is a recipe that really applies to all of us, particularly those that have some nasty junk food habits.
I'm going to start off with some pineapple, which is really high in bromelain which is a unique anti-inflammatory. I'm going to put some ice in just to cream this up, make it nice and thick. Spinach, put this in every smoothie you ever make. It has unique anti-inflammatory properties. As does walnuts, just going to put half a cup of those in.
Then we're going to turn to the Internet's favorite anti-inflammation sources. Tumeric, so I've used the fresh stuff, and same with ginger. You can use powder, obviously the ratios are going to change subtly, but just get it in there. Raw honey. Despite the anti-fructose movement, and I'm going to upset some vegans with this, but this it's a super food honey. Anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory, and anti-viral. My favorite sweetener.
I'm going to continue that on with some coconut water. Put that in my blender. Give it another 30 to 40 seconds just to soak up all those walnuts. That should just about do it. I went pretty hard on the ginger here, because I love it but it could even be beyond my tolerance. Pour that in. It's all good. The pineapple, and the walnuts, and then the ginger comes through strong. You have the sweetness. Most importantly the anti-inflammatory properties.
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