Vegetables That Reduce Inflammation
Carrots include nutrients that may fight inflammation, whether they're raw or cooked.
Carrots are filled with beta-carotene, a carotenoid that the body needs to make vitamin A, and vitamin A helps promote bone and skin health
Bell peppers are delicious cooked or raw with your favorite dip. Our dietitians say they reduce inflammation and d
Vitamins C and A, antioxidants, are abundant in bell peppers. Fiber and water make them hydrating.
Its antioxidant content makes them anti-inflammatory, reducing body inflammation.
Another nutrient-dense food, broccoli may help reduce age-related disorders associated to chronic inflammation.
Broccoli sprouts reduced C-reactive proteins in one Clinical Nutrition trial.
Potatoes are carb-heavy, yet their nutrients can prevent aging.
Leafy greens, an anti-inflammatory vegetable, make a great salad or addition to most dishes.
Garlic tastes great and provides several health benefits, including reducing inflammation.